If you are interested in a good Bible study, but don’t know where to start, you could always Google something up.
But, do you really know what you’ll be getting? Will it be sound teaching, done with the mind of the Church? Who knows.
Instead of googling something up, let me point you to the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology. The St. Paul Center is founded and run by Dr. Scott Hahn, one of the leading Catholic lay theologians and apolgists in the United States; he is also a Professor of Scripture and Theology at Franciscan University of Steubenville.
The St. Paul Center offers free on-line scripture study courses. There are three Tracks you can follow:
- Salvation History
- Apologetics Foundations
- Biblical Theology
Within each Track, there are three courses. Within each course there are six lessons. Let me use the Biblical Theology Track as an example:
- Track 3: Biblical Theology
- Course 1: Covenant Love: Biblical Worldview
- Course 2: Reading the Old Testament in the Gospel of Matthew
- Course 3: The Lamb’s Supper – The Bible and the Mass
In addition to the free on-line Bible study courses, the St. Paul Center also offers Bible Reflections on the Sunday Mass readings. These reflections highlight the unity between the Old and New Testament readings from the Sunday Mass.
You can also find a great section of links to wonderful apologetics sites.