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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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  • 5 Ways for Active Bible Reading

    As you read His Word, God will often use verses and passages to prompt you to action. You’ll see where you've fallen short of His standards, a prayer, or a promise to claim. Here are five ways to respond to what you're reading.
    Inside BST
    March 19,2014
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  • Who Was St. Patrick?

    When you're looking for information on historical saints and martyrs, you'll find a treasure trove of information in our History section. And the story of Saint Patrick is no exception. So, who was he?
    Inside BST
    March 12,2014
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  • A Powerful Prayer, a Powerful Video

    In Matthew 6:9-13, Jesus gave His disciples a model prayer that millions of Christians still say in church each week. After all, it's got quite the wallop. And our friends at Christianity.com wanted to grab some of that punch in a new video of the Lord's Prayer.
    Inside BST
    March 5,2014
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  • 5 Reasons to See the Upcoming ‘Noah’ Movie

    Should Christians see the new movie featuring Noah that's set to hit theaters at the end of March? One Christian editor says yes, and here's why.
    Inside BST
    February 28,2014
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  • What Does Our Logo Mean?

    A guest on our site recently wrote in to ask what our logo means. Great question, and one we're glad to share the simple answer to.
    Inside BST
    February 26,2014
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  • Are We Staying in Touch?

    If you’re already a member of a social media network, chances are you can keep in touch with us there as well. Our social media channels present some unique content to inspire and encourage you.
    Inside BST
    February 19,2014
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  • A Look at John’s Gospel

    In his gospel, John wants us to grasp why the Word of God took on flesh and came to earth and how His coming impacts us all.
    Inside BST
    February 12,2014
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  • Mapping out the Bible

    For most of us, place names mentioned in the Bible don't have much meaning. We've never been to these locales, and we may not even be sure where they are. But it doesn't have to be that way.
    Inside BST
    February 5,2014
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  • Bible Study FAQ

    At BibleStudyTools.com, our goal is to help you study, understand, and apply Scripture. But what if you get stuck? Here are answers to some common questions we receive.
    Inside BST
    January 29,2014
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  • Search Shortcuts

    When you're looking up Scripture on our website, you may not be aware of a few shortcuts that can speed up the process. Try these tips
    Inside BST
    January 22,2014
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  • Does the Bible Say Worry Is a Sin?

    A reader recently asked if the Bible says worry is a sin. Here was our response.
    Inside BST
    January 8,2014
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  • The Most-Read Bible Study Articles of 2013

    In 2013, we featured more Bible study articles, blog posts, and videos than ever before to help you dive into Scripture. So, what made the cut as the most-used resources? We'll count them down...
    December 26,2013
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