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Where can you find Biblical studies online?

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A number of Bible study resources are available online, including Heifer.org, BibleStudyTools.com, BibleStudy.org, Bible.org and CrossWalk.com. Heifer.org is sponsored by the charity Heifer International, which works to end world poverty and hunger. It offers free Bible study kits for Christian and Jewish children that are geared toward helping them understand Biblical calls to charity. These kits are designed to complement existing Sunday school programs and feature charitable fund-raising ideas for children.

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BibleStudyTools.com offers Bible passages and reflections based on the devotional book "Streams in the Desert," by L.B. Cowman. The site also provides links to online Bibles, biblical commentaries, concordances and sermon illustrations. Users may search for Bible passages on a particular topic or access a Bible reading plan among the site's study tools. An audio Bible and a Bible verse of the day facilitate daily study.

BibleStudy.org offers a number of study tools, including a list of frequently asked questions about characters and events in the Bible; this section links students to detailed explanations. Two examples of questions on the site are "Who saw Lot's wife turn to salt?" and "What are the seven spirits of God?" Students may choose to study the Bible by topic, such as Miracles or People in the Bible. Each topic section links to lists of relevant Bible verses.

Bible.org organizes studies around book, author, verse or topic. Articles on the site include "The Problem of Evil" and "Christian Fasting: A Theological Approach." Students may choose a book of the Bible to study and receive links to articles introducing the material and explaining key passages. Audio lessons are included on the site. CrossWalk.com is a study site that publishes articles that explain particular biblical concepts, such as charity and forgiveness.

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