When I first studied the Bible many years ago, I bought a study Bible. It was a great book and it helped me many times. But I found myself wanting more. For as much as a good commentary could help me, it was limited by the margin space around the scripture text. For as much as I wanted it to be comprehensive, it simply was not possible to give an answer to every question I had.
What if eBible could provide that? A place to store the answers to every question on the Bible and place them exactly next to what you’re reading.
To this we’re very excited to announce the new Question & Answer feature in eBible.com.
Click on any verse, and get a new action called “Ask”. When you click on this link, the familiar sidebar will pop up and you will see a new tab called “Ask”.
You will be able to see all previously asked questions as well. Vote on the answer that helps you the most, and in turn help others to find the most relevant answers as well.
Community in Fellowship
The new homepage now reflects a community-oriented design, to help you discover what others are reading, commenting, asking in eBible.
Follow topics and people that interest you.
Be a Mentor
Know a friend or two who needs help to understand the Bible? Start a group in eBible. Invite them in and mentor them. Encourage them to ask questions. Help answer them in eBible and gift your knowledge to future readers as well. This can be your ministry.
Need a Mentor?
Need help yourself? Find a friend or two, whom you trust to help you understand God’s word. Invite them to eBible.com. Then ask your questions and have them answer them in eBible.com. Help others in the process of helping yourself.
Know that for every question you ask, there’s likely thousands others who will benefit from the answers you get.
Start here: http://ebible.com/groups