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
We're a couple weeks into Bible reading plans for 2014. So, how are you doing? If you've already fallen behind a bit, don't worry. You can get back on track.
Does the Bible Say Worry Is a Sin?
A reader recently asked if the Bible says worry is a sin. Here was our response.
Get Creative with Bible Reading
Bible reading plans don't have to follow any set rules or patterns. If you completed something more traditional recently, you could change things up. Here are some suggestions for doing just that.
Let's Make It Through the Bible This Year
While we can't do much to help you with weight or exercise goals, we can help you with your renewed focus on God's Word.
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...
The Most-Read Bible Verses of 2013
Last year, we gave you an inside look into the most-read Bible verses on BibleStudyTools.com. So, what changed for this year?
How Well Do You Know Christmas?
Most of us have seen Christmas plays, nativity sets, and images that supposedly show us what happened that first Christmas. But how accurate are these symbols of the season?
Jonah: Not Just a Fish Story
The account of Jonah can be a tough story for some to... well... swallow. After all, the Bible explains that this prophet was swallowed by a sea creature for three days.
Reading Your Way to Christmas
Each year, as we read the Bible's account of the first Christmas, we learn something new, and we want to share that wonder with you.
Study Links for November 2013
The uniqueness of our faith, Jude the obscure, sneaking Bibles into North Korea, and help for the journey from Psalm 121
Sermon Illustrations for Thanksgiving
Our site features a number of free illustrations to help pastors prepare for sermons. Here are a few to finish off that Thanksgiving sermon.
Devastation in the Philippines
On Friday, November 8, Typhoon Haiyan struck a devastating blow on the Philippines. So far, the estimated death toll from the catastrophic storm is 10,000.
What Happened to Peter?
If you're like us, sometimes you may wonder what happened to figures in the New Testament after everything was written. For example, what happened to Peter after he wrote his two letters?
Study Links for October 2013
This month: compelled to missional living, how we see God's Word, evangelism in the work place, stewardship of the gospel
You love BST for your computer. It makes Bible study easy from anywhere there’s an Internet connection. But did you know we’re also on your smartphone or tablet?
What's the Bible All About?
Does the Bible have a central story? And if so, how can we figure out what it is? An exclusive resource on our site will help you answer those questions.
Boiled in Its Mother's Milk?
Let's just be honest. Sometimes passages in the Old Testament can be tough to understand. For example, in Exodus 23:19, why does God prohibit cooking a young goat in its mother's milk? Why even bring that up there?
What Lies Below?
Once you’ve found chapters and verses on our site, you can read them in a number of translations. But that’s not the end. We've got more tricks just below the reading pane.
Study Links for September 2013
The question of evangelism, a surge of Bible study tools, shellfish and same-sex marriage, and the power to preach