Research Links

Milton Sites

Reference Guides and Sources

Classical Literature (Greek and Latin)

Bible and Reformation Commentary

  • Bible and Early Fathers: Bible, Calvin and Geneva Commentaries, Reformation and Modern Evangelical Commentators. This anonymously edited Bible website appears to be related to Calvin College, a Christian institution.
  • The Bible Gateway Search Engine: Search by KJV, Vulgate, and select portions. This site has an explicitly conservative evangelical Christian mission; it excludes versions of the Bible that have extensive textual notes. It is useful for searching the KJV, but not for understanding textual variants important to Bible scholarship today.
  • The Bible Gateway: KJV. This site has an explicitly conservative evangelical Christian mission; it excludes versions of the Bible that have extensive textual notes. It is useful for searching the KJV, but not for understanding textual variants important to Bible scholarship today.
  • The Geneva English Bible of 1599. This translation and its annotations were preferred by early modern English Puritans.
  • NETBible: New English Translation and Bible Study Center. Although NETBible.org has an explicitly evangelical mission, this is the only online Bible that pays attention to textual scholarship and notes variant readings important to Bible scholars. This is not Milton's Bible, but it reveals important information about the Bible obscured by most other Bible websites.
  • Early Christian Writings: Apocrypha, Gnostics.There is much more to early Christian writings than what survives as the canonized New Testament.
  • Web Resources for Biblical Studies. A resource for serious, scholarly studies of the early Christian writings and their social world.
  • The Blue Letter Bible. A Web Bible with links to Strong's Concordance and Hebrew and Greek lexicons. This site has an explicit evangelical mission.

Religion and Theology

Other Useful Texts and Sites