Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Study the Bible on-line in just minutes a day

I just thought that I would draw your attention to a couple on-line Bible study resources. Some of these would not take too much time to read each day, and they would be an excellent way to grow in your biblical knowledge.

From Catholic author Amy Welbourne's blog ( I see a link to a Priest's blog ("Pontifications") who is going through a gradual reading and discussion of St. Paul's theological opus the Letter to the Romans. I will try to follow that a bit myself. Link is here: [Ruminating Romans part I] [Ruminating Romans part II]

I also like Patrick Henry Reardon's reflections via the Touchstone ecumenical journal website. Reardon is an Orthodox priest. He has an excellent book entitled Christ in the Psalms. He is currently covering chapters in Genesis. I will probably provide a permanent link in my links section.

Of course, the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology also has nice on-line Bible study courses for free (courses in salvation history, biblical apologetics-the Mass in Scripture, Mary in Scripture, etc. :

I will continue to keep an eye out for other interesting Bible studies on-line.

UPDATE: Here is another one... study the upcoming readings for Mass:

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