God is everywhere, pills and now, He can be in your phone thanks to Android Apps for Bible Study. Here are 6 of the best apps to help you get closer to the divine. Why only 6? Well, on the 7th App, He rested.
- Touch Bible NET: A modern English Bible in your phone with over sixty-thousand study notes, this Bible will make it easy to study on the bus, at home, or at church. It even has a bookmark feature so you don’t lose your place.
- Selections from the Cherubinic: Writings from teachers of Catholic, Protestant, Eastern Orthodox, Jewish, Islamic and Native American traditions have been selected and translated by spiritual leaders to uplift and educate religious scholars.
- What the Bible Says About…: The Bible won’t be found in the Humor section of the book store, but it does have some funny advice on many everyday topics. This app has collected some of the most interesting verses.
- 101 Bible Contradictions: The Bible can create almost as many questions as answers. To be truly well-read in the Bible, you should know where people perceive contradictions, and then maybe you can help explain them.
- Great Doctrines of the Bible: These lectures on the Great Doctrines of the Bible were put to print in 1912 by William Evans, an American Bible teacher. He outlines the ten great doctrines of the Bible: God, Jesus Christ, Holy Spirit, Man, Savlation, The Church, Scriptures, Angels, Satan, and The Last Things.
- Bible Verses: At each touch of the screen, you’ll have a new Bible verse to inspire you. Like a word-a-day calendar, this app will help you learn and absorb Biblical information bit by bit, verse by verse.
Explore your faith by using these terrific apps today!
Religion is one of the more interesting fields of study to be in. With the vast amount of religions that exist around the world, being able to study them all can be quite a challenge. Additionally, studying religions can get quite expensive as education costs continue to rise. However, if you seize the opportunities given to you by the internet, and specifically the proliferation of open courseware, you can learn about religion - for free. This is a simple how-to guide for studying religion, online, without having to pay a dime.
First, you need to search for great free open courseware programs. MIT is a great place to start because they have the largest open courseware library currently available. In fact, one course offered through MIT is called Politics and Religion In this course you can study how religion and politics are intertwined today, and throughout history. This course offers a fascinating view into world religions.
In order to learn more about every world religion, you should go to Google. Any search for "religion" and "open courseware" should yield at least a few usable results. You can also take advantage of another huge open courseware project in the United Kingdom's Open University. Specifically, the Open University offers a course entitled, Religion today: tradition, modernity and change. This course has a curriculum that touches on a variety of religions around the world, and how changes in society today have affected religion.
Another way you can study religion online is by perusing some of the massive databases that exist. For example, religion-online.org has an extensive database that covers many facets of religion including communication, religious societies, cultural studies, pastoral care, counseling, and more. Another database that is excellent for the study of world religions is the World Religion Database.
So there you have some ways you can study World Religions for free, with open courseware. The internet is a powerful tool the important thing you have to know is how to use it correctly. With a little searching, you can drastically increase your knowledge without hurting your bank account.