There are many educational resources listed of particular interest to biblical scholars and we welcome recommendations. If you discover a website or other resource that may be of interest to biblical scholars, please let us know
Research and Resources
SBL is pleased to offer, in association with Logos Bible Software, a new, critically edited Greek New Testament in electronic and print formats. The Greek New Testament: SBL Edition,
edited by Michael W. Holmes, is freely available for download at www.sblgnt.com
. The print edition can be purchased at the SBL Store
expands search term options
The most comprehensive journalists' style guide to religion terms
re-launched today with easier-to-use search options and expanded entries.
Read reviews of the latest Scholarship in the Review of Biblical Literature
SBL Citation Builder
Web Resources: Get help Starting your Projects >>
: Designed for students and scholars writing in the disciplines of ancient Near Eastern studies, Biblical studies, and early Christianity. Build citations easily in SBL Style using this tool from Pitts Theological Library at Emory University.
Dozens of archaeological digs throughout the Middle East and Europe are looking for volunteers each summer. Go to Find a Dig
from the Biblical Archaeology Society to find up-to-date information..
Archaeological Institute of America's "Archaeology 101" page
has great ideas that can be applied to Bible and religion classrooms.
This site is the product of the combined initiative and efforts of several doctorate students in the U.S.A., Argentina and Israel, who felt the need for one site that would concentrate all existing information on doctoral researches around the world.
German PhD Portal
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) recently launched an online portal where prospective doctoral candidates can search and apply for PhD positions across Germany.
Virtual Dead Sea Scrolls
: See a detailed view of five of the most complete scrolls found at Qumran and dating from the Second Temple period.