The Bible has been translated into thousands of versions and languages, many of which are available in their entirety online. Use this database to find websites that provide multiple electronic versions of the Bible, to go to individual translations, and to explore Hebrew and Greek texts.
Bible Reading Plans
With a book as comprehensive and substantive as the Bible, it helps to have a plan for searching the scriptures daily. We have collected links to various reading plans in an attempt to meet everyone’s needs.
As the Vestavia church of Christ read through the Chronological Daily Bible in 2017, evangelist Doy Moyer produced weekly summaries of select Bible passages, using the New American Standard Bible for reference. He pulled those summaries together into this comprehensive document at the end of the year. Examples include “From the
Beginning to Judgment (Genesis 1-19),” “A Divided Kingdom Overview,” “Jesus’ Early Work” and “Overview of Acts.”
The Bible Word
What is the Bible? Luke Moyer answers that question and many more at his website. In methodical fashion, he details the history, writing, compilation and translation of what became The Holy Bible that we know today. His website also features a series of six articles explaining the Bible message and synopsis of the Bible.