It has occurred to me that some of you might be interested in the tools and resources I use to study in preparation for my lessons and other things. With that in mind, I decided to put together this page with a list of resources, links, programs, etc. that I use and/or find helpful. This will likely change over time but it is a good reference point to start from.
My main tool is the program e-Sword and its companion iPad app e-Sword HD. With these resources I have access to a virtual theological library; most, but not all, of the modules are free, as is the e-Sword program. I generally consult at least 3-4 sources during a study: concordances, dictionaries, lexicons, and commentaries are all used.
For the most part, I use the KJV for teaching and study; it is not only the one that I am most familiar with, having grown up with it, it is also “keyed” to most any reference book/material available. I also use the ESV and NLT for comparison, daily devotionals, and other things.
The items I post are generally outlines, more or less complete, that you can use, possibly, as-is or edit to your needs. I explain their concept and origination here.
I am sure, as I said above, that this page will evolve and grow (I have websites and other things I plan to add) as I have the time to work on it. But I felt it necessary to get it started sooner rather than later, even if it is abbreviated at first.
Following are some websites and resources not yet mentioned that I find helpful.