What are some of the best Bible Study Tools out there to use? Robb and Linda discuss this trending topic.

// TIMES //

1:15 – Linda’s Favorite Bible Study Tools
3:35 – Robb’s Favorite Bible Study tools
8:30 – Why Robb likes Bible study tools
9:00 – How Linda simplifies her studies
9:54 – The Society We Live In
10:38 – Linda’s Favorite Moments
11:07 – Granny Gives Leg Massages
11:45 – Granny Gives Great Room Service
12:34 – National Popcorn Day

// SHOW NOTES //

ROBB’S FAVORITE TOOLS

Accordance – http://www.accordancebible.com/

Linguistic Keys To the Greek New Testament – http://www.amazon.com/Linguistic-Key-Greek-New-Testament/dp/031032050X

Logos – https://www.logos.com/

Study Light – http://studylight.org

Precept Austin – http://www.preceptaustin.org/

LINDA’S FAVORITE TOOLS

Young’s Literal Concordance – http://www.biblestudytools.com/ylt/

Strong Concordance – http://www.eliyah.com/lexicon.html (also available in the App Store)

Rick Renner’s Sparkling Gem’s from the Greek – http://www.renner.org/spg/

Marilyn Hickey’s Hebrew Honey – http://www.amazon.com/Hebrew-Honey-Testament-English-Edition/dp/0937347086

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