There are many electronic resources available from UPSem Library that give deep, authoritative, and broad access to information that cannot be matched by internet material. So, students should use library resources before searching for information on the internet. Yet, with a careful and watchful eye there are times when internet material can be helpful, particularly when dealing with historical material. In order to give guidance on which websites are quality websites, I have hand-picked several websites that are appropriate for academic research. There may be others but these should be a good place to start when you need to find resources on the internet.
3) Hebrew Scripture/Old Testament
4) New Testament
5) Translation/Parallels/Map Aids/ and Other Tools
This impressive website gives a friendly toolbar at the top that gives you immediate access to a huge library--searchable atlas, concordance, Bible encyclopedia, Bible weights and measures, Bible summary, commentaries and much more.
This is a Tyndale House project to build high quality free reliable Bible tools, with the aim of enabling anyone who wants to study the Bible seriously to do so. This has grown out of the free Tyndale Toolbar which is being used by thousands of people all over the world. Various skill sets are needed, from non-specialists who can work accurately and patiently, to highly skilled Bible scholars and programmers.
This one volume evangelical reference volume includes over five hundred articles explaining the theological message and key themes of both Old and New Testaments. Most entries contain a bibliography so further study is possible.
The BHS online provided by academic-bible.com which is sponsored by The Scholarly Bible Portal of the German Bible Society.
This electronic edition contains the masters of the second printing of A New English Translation of the Septuagint, as published by Oxford University Press in 2009, including corrections and emendations made in the second printing (2009) and corrections and emendations made in June 2014.
This site is for Bible students who are looking for detailed information on the history of the canon, texts, and versions of Scripture.
This comprehensive, up-to-date and user-friendly web site has won several awards and it features annotated links on everything from the Greek New Testament to Jesus in Film. This is an important one-stop resource for the serious student of the New Testament.
The Thesaurus Linguae Graecae (TLG) has released of a new online version of Liddell-Scott-Jones (LSJ), a strong lexicon for classical Greek. The TLG version represents five years of intensive work to produce a fully edited and searchable version of LSJ with links to the TLG corpus.
World Wide Study Bible
The World Wide Study Bible is a study Bible developed and located around the world. With the easy to navigate layout of the OT, NT and Apocrapha, the text comes with background articles, numerous translations, audio of text, commentaries, sermons, studies, and more.
This is a free web site for reading and researching scripture online—all in the language or translation of your choice! They provide advanced searching capabilities based on keywords or scripture references, and various tools to enhance your study of the Bible.
This online concordance is based on KJV but you have the benefits of an online search which allows you to initiate multiple word searches.
This site claims to have the location of every identifiable place mentioned in the Bible. From the looks of it they may not be wrong.