Saturday, July 20, 2013
The great thing about the Blue Letter Bible isn't the large number of English translations, or the commentaries, or the links to related hymns -- though those are all excellent. The wonder of BLB is the lexicon and concordance, which renders verses in Hebrew and Greek with transliterations and word-for-word translations to English.
See, for example, the lexicon entry for James 1:5 -- "If any of you lack sophia, wisdom..."
Good stuff from the Good Book. If you know of other good religion resources, do tell! The Comments link invites you to share your sophia.