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  • A Reading Plan at Your Own Pace

    While it's true that most people start a Bible reading plan in January, that doesn't mean you can't jump in at any time. You can either sign up for an automated one... or, by using this tip, you can set your own pace for summer Bible reading.
    Inside BST
    August 6,2014
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  • Resource Guide: Mal? Eze? Ju?

    Sometimes, in an effort to save space or time, writers (or someone texting you on the phone) can use two- or three-letter abbreviations for books of the Bible.
    Inside BST
    July 30,2014
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  • A Misquoted Verse?

    Perhaps someone has told you that Christians shouldn't "judge" others for their beliefs or lifestyles. Usually, this claim is backed up by Matthew 7:1. But is that what Jesus meant?
    Inside BST
    July 23,2014
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  • Untangling Difficult Passages: The Case of the Unpardonable Sin

    When studying a difficult passage of Scripture, you don't just have to wonder what it means. We'll show you steps you can follow to help you get beneath the surface.
    Inside BST
    July 16,2014
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  • Copyright Concerns

    Recently, we received a few emails from people who wanted to know if they could quote from our commentaries and Bibles for projects they're working on. If that's you, too, here's what you need to know.
    Inside BST
    July 9,2014
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  • Summer Reading

    You may know that our site includes tons of free Bible study resources to help you dig into God's Word. But you may not know that there's more to BST than commentaries and dictionaries. In fact, our site is loaded with some classic Christian books to help you in your spiritual journey.
    Inside BST
    July 2,2014
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  • Getting Personal with Following Jesus

    The name Thomas à Kempis has long been associated with intense devotion to Christ. This is certainly reflected in his writings.
    Inside BST
    June 25,2014
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  • Seeing God in the Psalms

    The Psalms continue to be one of the most-read books of the Bible on our website. And it's easy to see why.
    Inside BST
    June 18,2014
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  • What Do Those Bible Names Mean?

    People's names in the Bible often relate rather closely to their life, role, or responsibility. Here's a sampling to show you what we mean.
    Inside BST
    June 11,2014
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  • Pray Without Ceasing? Really?

    For many Christians, the command in 1 Thessalonians 5:17 to "pray without ceasing" seems... well... impossible. But in this video from Mark Dever, you'll see that it's not so out of reach as you might think.
    Inside BST
    June 4,2014
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  • A Bible-Reading Famine?

    According to a recent LifeWay study, many Christians in America truly desire a close relationship with Christ. They even think about God's Word. But that desire hasn't translated into engagement with the Bible.
    Inside BST
    May 28,2014
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  • A Global Bible

    God's Word is truly for all nations. And the goal of the new ESV Global Study Bible is to take Scripture to the world.
    Inside BST
    May 21,2014
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  • Noticed a Typo?

    We do our best to keep everything tidy with no typos, but sometimes, things slip through. That's where you come in.
    Inside BST
    May 14,2014
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  • Search Books by Author

    We have a large and growing library of free books on our site, and we hope you're spending some time reading through these classics. But did you know that you find books by a particular author?
    Inside BST
    May 7,2014
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  • New Translations in Your Inbox

    In the last few months, we've been gradually expanding our email newsletter options to include some of the most-asked-for ones. Are you missing anything?
    Inside BST
    April 30,2014
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  • Celebrate the Resurrection... All Year

    Just because Resurrection Sunday has passed that doesn't mean we should stop celebrating. Here are some ideas to keep the excitement going.
    Inside BST
    April 23,2014
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  • An Early Easter Sermon

    The early church had no lack of excitement for the resurrection of Christ, as revealed in a sermon from Leo the Great (d. 461). We'll show you what we mean.
    Inside BST
    April 16,2014
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  • Growing Daily with iBelieve.com

    Our family keeps growing. iBelieve.com is our newest sister site and one that will help women live their faith each day.
    Inside BST
    April 9,2014
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  • A New Bible: The Lexham English Bible

    Our love for translations of Scripture means that we're always looking for new, quality versions of the Bible to help you study. That's why we've added a new translation.
    Inside BST
    April 2,2014
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  • Hymns that Never Get Old

    John Charles Ryle left the world with a great treasure—a collection of hymns that communicate the truths of Scripture.
    Inside BST
    March 26,2014
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