Additional Resources

Our Bible reading plans (many, but not all, of which begin on January 1) walk you through the Bible, in part or in full. Reading through the Bible is a tremendously rewarding spiritual activity, and these plans can help you do it!

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Now you can take the Bible Gateway with you wherever you go! The Bible Gateway App is available for iOS, Android, and Kindle Fire. It's packed with features, and completely free.

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Many Scriptures are available in audio form allowing you to hear the richness and power of the texts. If you would like more information on listening to the Bibles below, please see our advice on getting started. Common audio questions are also answered in our frequently-asked questions.

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These Biblical commentaries, written by some of the brightest theologians in the church, provide a systematic series of explanations and interpretations of Scripture. They are intended to provide additional insight into the Bible, not to replace it, and can be valuable tools to assist both casual reading and serious study.

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What can you get out of studying the Bible? In this series of video lectures, Dr. R.C. Sproul discusses the many different facets of reading, studying, and interpreting the Bible.

Watch "Knowing Scripture"

These dictionary entries provide useful history and the context for difficult names, places, and phrases in the Bible. They are intended to provide additional insight into the Bible, not to replace it, and can be helpful in understanding the full context of difficult verses and passages.

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This is a list of tools now available on the BibleGateway that might help you in your studies.

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