Ronald L. Ecker catalogs every sexual term
& allusion in scripture. While article topics are drawn predominantly from
the Hebrew Bible, NT references are also analyzed (Internet
Robert T. Carroll reviews the debate over
equidistant letter sequences in the Bible (Skeptic's
Extensive collection of annotated links to
academic quality electronic resources (courtesy of Spring Hill College
David Thomas analyzes the odds of finding coded
messages in the Bible or any text (Skeptical Inquirer).
On-line course taught by religious studies
professor, Christine Hayes (Yale
E-journal devoted to the critical study of the
Hebrew Bible (Old Testament), edited by Ehud ben Zvi at University of Alberta.
First issue (1996-97) includes
Canons: Reflections on the Formation of the Hebrew Bible"
by Philip Davies. Articles posted on the web & ready for downloading in
major word processor formats.
Historical glossary of
divine names in Hebrew scripture & its English translations.
Computer scientist Brendan McKay maintains
website documenting the academic debate spawned by 1994 paper announcing the
discovery of coded predictions in the text of the Hebrew Bible (Australian
Full text of B. Davie Napier's 1962
introduction to the Hebrew Bible (posted by Religion
Newsletter for Targumic &
Cognate Studies posts English translations of Aramaic paraphrases of Hebrew biblical texts
used in Palestinian & Babylonian synagogues: including the Pentateuch
(both Pseudo-Jonathan &
(Song of Songs, Ruth & Lamentations).