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Philip A. Harland (Concordia University, Montreal) Associations, Synagogues, and Congregations (Philip A. Harland (study of the context of Christian groups in Asia Minor, shedding light on John's Apocalypse, 1 Peter and others)
Reference Tools for Bible Study (Yale Divity Library)
The Formation of the New Testament Canon (Stephen Voorwinde, Reformed Theological College)
A Basic Vocabulary of Biblical Studies For Beginning Students (Fred L. Horton, Jr., Kenneth G. Hoglund, & Mary F. Foskett, Wake Forest U.)
Bible History Chart (1st century) (Java-based, interactive chart that plots significant events in the lives of Matthew, Mark, Luke, James, Paul, Peter, Jude and John against a time scale; pressing on the name of an apostle turns on or off events relevant to them) (requires Java-capa
Bibliographical Resources for Old Testament Studies ("a basic bibliography for the study of the Old Testament. Numerous additional sources are available for each category and may be of use to you, depending upon your topic. See especially the section "Bibliographies and guides" for additional sources")(Yale Divinity Library)
Bibliographical Resources for New Testament Studies (Yale Divinity Library)
Classical and Biblical Literature Research Tools (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
The Dark Bible: Women's Inferior Status  ("for the purpose of finding relevant passages that dealt with the wrath, scaological, and dubious moral teachings of God in the Bible)(The Secular Web)
Easton's Bible Dictionary 
Ronald L. Ecker, And Adam Knew Eve: A Dictionary of Sex in the Bible (Electronic Edition) 
The New Testament Canon (Biblical Studies.org)
Interpreting Ancient Manuscripts Web (paleography and other disciplines relevant to interpretation of New Testament texts) (Brown U.)
Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary on the Whole Bible (searchable by section of the Bible)
New Testament Literature in English (course) (Michael O'Connell,U. Calif. Santa Barbara)
Resource Page for Biblical Studies ("These pages are intended as a resource for serious, scholarly studies of the early Christian writings and their social world")(Volga College, Norway)

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