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Bible Reading Tip #17: Read the Bible in its Original Languages

by Pastor Clint Schnekloth

Acts and Epistles, Title page of the Epistle to the Hebrews, Walters Manuscript W.533, fol. 291r (Creative Commons image by Walters Art Museum Illuminated Manuscripts on flickr)So maybe you have decided to read the Bible in one year. Good for you! Now you are struggling with the very practical question: Where can I find Bible study tools?

In previous months we've looked at how to pick a study Bible and where to read the Bible online.

Here's another way to study the Bible:

4.Read the Bible in its original languages

It may interest you to do a little research into the original languages.

There are a number of resources available, including:

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Podcast discussion with Eric Barreto, Cameron Howard, and Matt Skinner. Article written by Eric Barreto.

Pieter Breugel, Tower of Babel (1563)

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