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  • There are many, many out there...use caution in choosing one, organized religion can be very conflicting in its teachings...if you are a member of a local church, suggest you consult your pastor; otherwise, skip the organized bible studies, read the Bible for yourself, cover to cover, keep a notebook at your side as you do and note down anything which puzzles you. Periodically, check your notes and search out any information you can find at your local library to resolve any perceived inconsistencies...and, spend the bucks and purchase yourself a Strong's Concordance...you will find it an immense help.
  • I'm not really sure what you're looking for or what you mean by "Bible study." If you're looking for personal edification rather than something to teach then I might have a solution. I attend Valley Forge Christian College and we have a free podcast that you can download to your iTunes. Its of our daily chapel service. The speakers aren't always fantastic, but a lot are. You take the good with the bad I guess... If you're interested just go to the iTunes Store and type in "VFCC" in the search box and it should come up. Hope this helps! God bless!!
  • http://www.bearvalleycofc.org/onlinestudy.html Use your bible in your studies and compare everything you read to the word of God. Always trust HIS word over anything else.
  • http://www.e-sword.net/downloads.html
  • http://dwindlinginunbelief.blogspot.com/ ;-)
  • Try: http://www.catholic-pages.com/dir/bible_study.asp http://catholicism.about.com/cs/biblestudy1/index.htm http://www.cathtruth.com/catholicbible/ http://www.cin.org/guide.html With love in Christ.
  • Olive Tree Software has some free stuff you can download to your PDA or phone: http://www.olivetree.com/resources/free
  • What are you trying to disprove?
  • jw.org...will direct you.

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