internet is a fabulous tool, but it’s vastness can be daunting when you’re not sure where to start looking. Is this resource reliable? Is it safe? We’ve put together a list of some of the resources that we believe will be helpful to you on your journey to search out the Scripture.
There are many Messianic and Torah teachers out there. This list is not intended to be comprehensive, but rather to list the ones that we have found on our journey to be trustworthy and worthwhile. While we do not agree with them on every point, we believe that the majority of what they have to offer is worthwhile.
We have broken them into two categories, Believers in Messiah & Jewish. We believe that the Jewish teachers we have listed, have much to offer, but it is important to recognize that they do not believe in Yeshua as the Messiah.
As with all teachers, remember, “Beloved ones, do not believe every spirit, but prove the spirits, whether they are from Elohim, because many false prophets have gone out into the world.” (1 John 4:1)
Believers in Messiah
Biblical Training – A site offering free college level classes from multiple Bible Colleges
One of the greatest tools we have been given is the computer. Below is a list of software for your computer, phone, or tablet that will help as you study the Scripture.
E-Sword – a free PC based computer software with a variety of free and paid resources.
theWord – a free PC based computer software with a variety of free and paid resources.
Sefaria – An online resource for Jewish commentary on the Tanach (Old Testament)
Rashi Online – a Jewish medieval commentator on the Tanach
E-Sword LT – E-Sword version for the iPhone
E-Sword HD – E-Sword version for the iPad
MySword – Android app with free and paid resources
Sefaria iOS – A resource for Jewish commentary on the Tanach (Old Testament)
Sefaria Android – A resource for Jewish commentary on the Tanach (Old Testamen
The books listed below are focused specifically on Scripture study. If you are looking for book recommendations in other categories, please contact us.
Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible – A concordance keyed to the KJV. Each English word is keyed to a number that will correspond with the original Hebrew or Greek word for easy reference.
The Treasury of Scripture Knowledge – This reference contains 500,000 cross-references making it simple to find parallel passages through the Bible
Jesus in Context – Background for Yeshua’s teachings in the Bible to other contemporary non-Biblical texts
Theological Workbook of the Old Testament – a Hebrew Lexicon discussing every major Hebrew word in the Old Testament
Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew Lexicon – a Lexicon of every Hebrew word in the Bible
The Scriptures – a Messianic translation of the Bible attempting to restore the original Hebrew context
Aramaic English new Testament – a translation of the Aramaic New Testament with commentary
The Interlinear Bible – A side-by-side literal translation of the Hebrew and Greek texts
Targum Pseudo-Jonathan on the Pentateuch – An updated English translation of the Aramaic version of the Pentateuch.
Targum Jonathan on the Prophets and Targum Ketuvim – An updated English translation of the Aramaic version of Isaiah, Nahum, Song of Songs, and Ruth.
Places to learn Hebrew
Fundamentals of Biblical Hebrew – A recorded iTunes University class from Concordia University with Dr Andrew Bartlet.
Basics of Biblical Hebrew – A recorded iTunes University class from Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary with Dr. Steven Schweitzer
Rosetta Stone – For Ohio residents this resource is accessible for free through the Cleveland Public Library (online)
Duolingo – A free online resource to learn Hebrew & other languages