This page will be a running list of helpful links–links to commentary, blogs, art, and whatever else we find enhances our study and prayer with the Word. Have suggestions? Send them our way!
- WorkingPreacher : This site might reveal a bit much about how preachers prepare sermons, but the work provided by contemporary folks often sparks insight. Additional links to other topics, art, and resources fan the flames of research
- Astronomy Picture of the Day : Inspiring pictures that glimpse at the magnitude of God in Creation, especially in the cosmos
Web pages worth visiting
- OnBeing with Krista Tippett
- Neil DeGrasse Tyson — When it comes to the cosmos and science, this man tells it like it is!
- The Bible Challenge — Read the Bible in a year with their prompts or study at your own pace with their audio lectures or study guides. Pretty amazing resource.
- Read with the awareness that this is a Roman Catholic reference, the lessons and handouts are incredibly thoughtful and thought-provoking: Agape Catholic Bible Study
- OnBeing (I like this one, can you tell?)
- StarTalk (Neil DeGrasse Tyson’s radio show on science, pop culture, and comedy.)
- There’s a Hellenistic novella about Joseph and Asenath available via .pdf. (Genesis 41:45)
- Curious about what numbers might mean in the Old Testament/Torah? This site might offer some insight, though the accuracy has not been verified and the sources cited are not recent.
- The Bible Project offers videos, art (as in visual maps for the books of the Bible), and study guides. I haven’t vetted them all for their theology, but I appreciate their endeavor and like the Leviticus map and study guide.