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New Bible Help: Christian Giving - Comments (4)

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Author: Jerod Santo
Date: 7th October, 2008 @ 09:06:09 AM

In case you didn’t notice the addition to the ‘Bible Study Helps‘ section of the sidebar, there is a new document available which provides you principles for giving as laid out in the Bible and verse references to aide in your study of the topic.

You can click here to download the PDF or get it from the sidebar. Enjoy!

Celebrating the Biblical Holidays: Updated - Comments (0)

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Author: Jerod Santo
Date: 16th February, 2008 @ 01:15:21 PM

A revised edition of “Celebrating the Biblical Holidays” is now available in the Bible Study Helps section in the left-hand column of the BibleStudy.net. Enjoy.

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Greek and Hebrew fonts - Comments (1)

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Author: Jerod Santo
Date: 19th August, 2007 @ 04:54:23 PM

In order to render certain sections of BibleStudy.net properly, you must have the Greek and Hebrew fonts installed on your computer. The install files are available as a free download by clicking on the following links (also in left column under “Study Helps”):

Greek
Hebrew

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Join Our Frappr Map! - Comments (0)

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Author: Jerod Santo
Date: 1st August, 2007 @ 10:10:22 AM

In an effort to get to know our readers and listeners a little better, we’ve added a Frappr Map to BibleStudy.net!

What is Frappr? It’s a map of people in an online community that displays where they live.

So if you’re a regular at BibleStudy.net, or if you’re just stopping by, head over to our Frappr page and click the “Join” button. Adding yourself to the map is simple and only takes a few moments.

It’s a huge encouragement to us to see our contact points!

Also, be sure to check back from time to time and watch our map grow as others join!

Have questions? help@biblestudy.net is where to ask them.

Site and Podcast Updates! - Comments (0)

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Author: Jerod Santo
Date: 29th June, 2006 @ 10:10:22 AM

Dear BibleStudy.net faithful,

You’ve probably noticed some changes to the site. Here are some of the new features.

Firstly, we tweaked the layout a bit. The articles are accessible via the left column. The right column is gone to make room for content. “Current Series” was deleted. Broadcasts are available in the Broadcast Archives

Secondly, John began a series about his venture in Africa. These, and similar writings, will compose a section called Behind the Lines. BTL is about John’s personal experiences as he wars against wicked spirits . These are distinguishable from the regular Articles: solid Bible takes to help dissipate the fog of spiritual war. Our goal is to section BTL to distinguish the sections of the site.

You don’t have to register to post comments. We want BibleStudy.net to be a forum for readers to discuss the topics, comparing spiritual things with spiritual . Feel free to comment on articles, ask questions, refute statements, and get involved. We are open to your articles – which may be edited – to contribute to the content.

Finally, we gave BibleStudy.net Podcast a makeover, and a new home. Shows will be released on Tuesdays and Fridays. New broadcasts will be added. The first series is “Mysteries of the Kingdom of Heaven,” and the first episode is available for download! Point your podcast or RSS readers to this location for the new feed and automatically download shows as they are released.

In addition to the Contact Us page, which is for questions/comments pertaining to site content, you can email help@biblestudy.net with any other questions about the site.

If you need help with podcasting, accessing the archives, or have a suggestion, we’d love to hear from you.

Until then, may God bless your meditation in His Word