This is a list of a resources that are helpful in our search for truth.  As with any research you can never have too many study aids.  If you have favorite resources please send us information.


HalleluYah Scriptures has no footnotes, 80% less italicized words and best of all it is free. This version has been done according to Scripture.

The Companion Bible (hardcover) Based on the 1611 Authorized Version and includes Bullinger’s notes. Also available in bonded leather.

Complete Jewish Bible Translated by David H. Stern.  Mr. Stern has taken many Hebrew idioms that maybe misunderstood in English and clarified them in English.  He also has restored some of the Hebrew roots to the New Testament.

The New Oxford Annotated Bible this is the paperback version and is a good resource.  The older Oxford Annotated Bible is has a lot of good notes on the Sacred Name Yahweh.

NIV Study Bible, Hardcover The study notes in The NIV Study Bible can be very helpful.  This version is easy to read.

The Ready Research Bible exeGeses Herb John brings out some of the deeper meanings of the scriptures through the restoration of Hebrew words.  Although the hardback is less expensive, I recommend the Parallel version because it is much easier to read. Exegeses Parallel Bible

The Interlinear Bible This Interlinear gives you the ability to look at the Hebrew and Greek.  The Hebrew is based on the Masoretic text and is reprinted from the type set used by the 1866 British and Foreign Bible Society.

The Word of Yahweh A Sacred Name Bible based on the KJV.  Has many extras including a concordance and notes on many verses.

The Messianic Prophecy Bible Project Purported to be a Messianic Bible a key to unlocking the difficulties in Jewish evangelism.  Free to all who make the request.

The Scriptures YHWH in Hebrew is restored to the Old and New Testaments.  Many brethren have recommended this version of the scriptures.

Zikarown Say’fer A version of the Scriptures based on the American Standard Bible.  The Sacred Names are restored throughout the Scriptures using the Bora Paleo Hebrew type.


The Encyclopedia Judaica

The New Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible

How the Hebrew Language Grew by Edward Horowitz

The Complete Works of Josephus by Flavius Josephus translated by Wm. Whiston

New Bible Atlas This is a good source for Bible geography and facts of different times.

Hastings’ Dictionary of the Bible by James Hastings

Harper’s Bible Dictionary by Miller

New Bible Dictionary

The New Treasury of Scripture Knowledge by Jerome H. Smith

Summary of Christian History by Robert A. Baker


Online Bible A large selection of Bibles and reference works are integrated into one easy to use package.

QuickVerse Parson’s software is very user-friendly.

e-Sword e-Sword is free for download, has many advantages for research like being able to scroll through variants in Hebrew and Greek.


Audio Bible Listen to the Bible from KJV online.

Jerusalem Post Internet Edition The latest news from Jerusalem and around the world.

Bible Study Tools by Crosswalk

Virtual Jerusalem