Bible Study Online

Verse-by-verse Bible study

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In-Depth Bible Study

This online Bible study teaches the Bible verse-by-verse, in greater depth and detail than seminaries do but uses plain words that everyone can understand, as well as an engaging question and answer format. Pastors use this Bible study (read their comments), as do new believers and even non-Christians.

This Bible study also teaches how to probe and study the Bible, discern Biblical and unbiblical elements in sermons, test and affirm the inerrancy of the Bible, and hopefully will lead to falling (deeper) in love with Jesus.

But there is no pressure. Whom you love or believe is left up to you and God. So you may be a Christian, a Muslim, a Buddhist, a Hindu, a member of another religion or an atheist. This Bible study is for everyone who just wants to know what the Bible really says, as these people attest.

How do I use this Bible study?

You can use it privately on any internet device (flip mobile phone to landscape orientation for better view). You can simply read each page but looking for the answer in the verses above each question before reading the answer below the question will hone your ability to probe and study the Bible on your own.

You can also use it in a group Bible study (e.g., couple, family, seniors, youth, men, women, ESL, etc.) at your home, office, school, church, etc., or phone call. Use your mobile phones to read together each block of Bible verses and then the question below each block, take a moment to search for the answer in the verses just read, and then read together the answer below the question.

How much does this Bible study cost?

Instead of charging money for a study of the Word of God, everything is offered for free and you are invited to contribute so that studies on the rest of the Bible can be added faster.

Is the content of this Bible study copyrighted?

See Copyright Notice.

Can I study in another language?

Google translation into 100+ languages is at top right (click “Select Language”) but requires human translation, which volunteers have started for Arabic, Chinese and Korean. To join or start a translation, see Translate.

Where are the studies on the rest of the Bible?

See Participate.

Why are some of the “you,” “your,” and “yours” in color?

Modern English doesn't distinguish between singular and plural forms of the second person pronoun (“you” vs. “you guys”). To make this distinction, all plural forms of the second person pronoun (“you guys”) in the Bible’s original languages are shown in English in color as you,” “your,” and yours.”

Why are some of the past tense verbs in color?

See Historical Present Tense.

Who gets credit for this Bible study?

See Credit 1 and Credit 2.

Your Questions and Comments are welcome.