You may want to pick a different type of Bible reading plan to keep things interesting, and we've added a number of new ones for 2013. There's certainly something to fit any lifestyle. So, how do you change plans? It's easy.
When you're looking back at Galilee in Scripture, you see hints of the tensions that existed, cultural, social, and theological. But really understanding this area where Jesus grew up requires a bit more digging.
If you've looked around our site, you'll probably notice that we don't have a way to select a "default" version of the Bible. Maybe you thought we didn't have a way to do that. Actually, we do, and it's very easy.
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.
We do our best to keep the BST running like it should. But in a fallen world, things can go wrong. If you ever have trouble getting something to load, here are a few tips to get you up and running again.
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.
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.