Please review the list of Recommended Books below to further your study of the Bible. Most of the books are offered on Amazon.com, but every book should be available for purchase when you click the “arrow” below. This list is periodically updated, so please check back for any new books that have been added. Thanks!
This is a reproduction of a book published in 1922, written by a Christian Science teacher, Samuel Greenwood. His focus is the history of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation from a spiritual point of view.
This is the most complete, easy-to-use, and understandable concordance for studying the original languages of the Bible. Combining the text of the King James Bible with the power of the Greek and Hebrew Lexicons, it enables any Bible student to gain a clear understanding of the Word for enriching their study.
This lexicon contains more than 5,000 entries, references to hundreds of grammatical and exegetical works, detailed etymology, and complete summaries of both biblical and extra-biblical word usage. The publication of the revised edition of Thayer’s Greek-English Lexicon in 1889 represents a watershed event in nineteenth-century Greek lexicography, and it remains an important tool for students and scholars of the Greek New Testament more than a century after its first appearance. It is numerically coded to Strong’s numbers.
Seventy-eight renowned international scholars worked for eighteen years on the Gold Medallion Award-winning 12-volume Expositor’s Bible Commentary (EBC). This reference work provides Bible students with a comprehensive and scholarly tool for the exposition of the Scriptures. Additional articles expound 35 topics of interest to every Christian, such as the authority and inspiration of the Bible, Old Testament history, Jesus in the Gospels, archaeology, and more.
The New Interpreter’s Bible presents leading biblical scholarship through an in-depth commentary on the complete Bible, including the Apocrypha. The contributors are leading biblical scholars who bring a wealth of fresh perspectives. The NIB offers detailed commentary on coherent manageable portions of text, maps, and exegeses.
The Series is a renowned publishing program that for more than 50 years has produced books devoted to the latest scholarship on the Bible and biblical topics. Yale University Press is now proud to offer all previously published Anchor Bible titles as well as new books—more than 115 titles in all. Many more volumes are in progress as the AYB Editorial Board, under the direction of General Editor John J. Collins, vigorously pursues the goal of bringing to a wide audience the most important new ideas, the latest research findings, and the clearest possible analysis of the Bible. There are more than 80 titles in all.
The Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible is the work of 253 skilled writers. It is the most comprehensive and up-to-date work of its kind. It draws fully upon scholars’ accumulated knowledge of the Bible and other relevant data and documents.
This book presents a visual tour of the places Jesus visited and ministered in during his time on earth as recorded in the Gospels. Each location is addressed separately and includes such cities as Capernaum, Nazareth, and Jerusalem. Full-color photos bring to life the ancient world of the Bible few will ever be able to visit in person. With every page, the reader will gain greater insight into the history, geography, and unique features of these historic places. A must-have reference book for those interested in the study of the New Testament and the life of Christ Jesus.
As a companion volume to In the Steps of Jesus, In the Steps of Paul continues to present a visual tour of the cities, towns, and regions that the apostle Paul visited and ministered in as recorded in the New Testament. Each location is addressed separately and includes such locations as Damascus, Tarsus, Antioch, Cyprus, Pamphylia, Galatia, and Athens. Full-color photos, maps, and charts bring to life the missionary journeys of the apostle who brought the Gospel to the Gentiles.
A compilation of articles previously published in Biblical Archaeology Review, this book examines what the world was like where Jesus lived. With over 200 images, it follows Jesus through the land where he lived and walked 2,000 years ago.
Extensive, scholarly discussion of every Hebrew word of theological significance in the Old Testament. Keyed to Strong’s Concordance. Reprint of former two volume edition, now combined into one volume.
Few places in the world have such a religious significance as the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. Many believe it was the site where Abraham was asked to sacrifice his son and where Solomon built his Temple. Hershel Shanks uses vivid illustrations and revealing research to explore the temples that once stood on this site.
216 pages; 120 color and 40 black and white illustrations.