Bible Resources I Personally Use

People from church often ask me how I know what I know about the Bible—what books I read, what resources I use, what websites I go to. For those who are asking, here’s a quick rundown of my answers. There’s more but consider these the basics.

Bible Study Apps:
OliveTree Bible: the cheapest (and easiest to use)
Accordance Bible: the fastest (and best)
Logos Bible Software: the smartest (and bulkiest)
Amazon Kindle: the dullest (the only thing it can do is make you read a book from cover to cover)

Expositor’s Bible Commentary
Tyndale Commentary (OT/NT)

Bible Dictionaries:
Vines Complete Dictionary
Mounce Complete Expository Dictionary
BDAG and HALOT (Greek and Hebrew; not for beginners)

Systematic Theology:
Wayne Grudem
Millard Erickson

Living By the Book (Howard Hendricks)
Dug Down Deep (Joshua Harris—I know, I know)
Knowing God (J.I. Packer)

How do I read Kindle without buying the gadget? Download the free Kindle app to your laptop or mobile phone. Open an Amazon account. Use GCash or Paymaya as method of payment.

Recommended Websites for general reading:
Desiring God
The Gospel Coalition
Christianity Today
GotQuestions (for quick questions)

Online Biblical Resources
Bible Hub

Books Subscriptions (think of these as Netflix of books)

Where to Legally Read Free eBooks:

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Jojo Agot

Pastor at Victory. Teacher and writer at Every Nation Leadership Institute (ENLI). MA in Theology and Mission at Every Nation Seminary.