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BibleTutor - Logo used with permissionbullet The Bible Tutor produced by Luther Seminary in Saint Paul Minnesota is a great tool for religion teachers. The online version gives a basic introduction providing information pages for books (the deutero-canonical books are even included), people, places, dates, and other items in the Bible. Handy CD-ROM version which contains both the online version and an advanced version. I have not seen the latter, but I suspect that if the quality of the work is as high as that of the online version, it would be a worthwhile educational tool.

bullet The Book of Jesus: Dennis F. McCorkle has built a web site which I have found helpful in the past. He has broken down the parts of the Gospels into smaller sections and written them in a narrative form, with narrator and characters clearly identified. This is an ideal format for a dramatic reading of a text done by several students.

bullet The Bible and Interpretation - The intro to this web site reads thus: "Dedicated to delivering the latest news, features, editorials, commentary, archeological interpretation and excavations relevant to the study of the Bible for the public and biblical scholars." If you share my fascination for biblical archeology and the light it sheds to better help understand Scriptures, you will enjoy this web site.

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