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These are some of the sources of information I have found helpful. Many other web sites are mentioned throughout my web site. This means I have found them informative and helpful. It does not mean I agree with everything they say. Every teaching must be compared to scripture. Every individual must study to determine truth for themselves.

Hebrew Bible with no vowel points

Demonstrating that I am not the only one who disapproves of the vowel points added by the Masoretes about the seventh century CE.

The Society of Biblical Literature was founded in 1880 to foster biblical scholarship.

Scholarly article dismissing vowel points.

Hebrew Bible with vowel points

The original source material from which this book was developed is found at this website. The original website contains much more material than what is found on this website.

Online Hebrew Interlinear Bible

This is an excellent Hebrew resource, which I use heavily. They also provide a Greek resource, which I have not studied as much. It includes an interlinear transliteration and literal translation. While it shows the Hebrew with vowel points, it uses a transliteration with vowels similar to the IAUA transliteration. They deny it is phonetic but I believe it is very close. Unfortunately, they switch the E and A transliteration letters.

General Resources

e-Sword - the Sword of the LORD with an electronic edge
Downloadable, free, offline Bible resources including Strong's Hebrew Dictionary, Strong's Greek Dictionary, and lots of other reference information.

Hebrew/Greek Bible
Blue Letter Bible contains cross references to Strong's Concordance which assists the study of the original Hebrew and Greek word meanings.

King James Version Bible
The Bible Gateway provides access to many translations of the Bible.

Strong's Dictionary and other Biblical text file resources.

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