About Deeper Study
Mission of DeeperStudy.com
We have set up DeeperStudy.com to be a self-supporting, independent ministry that encourages a deeper study of the Bible, not as an end in itself, but as a means to a much greater end: to know GodFather, Son, and Holy Spirit. Ultimately, our goal is to have eternal fellowship with Father and Son through the Spiritsharing in their eternal life, their infinite love, their life-transforming power, and their urgent mission in our world in community with the world-wide community of saved believers.
What will you find at DeeperStudy.com?
DeeperStudy.com provides online resources for serious Bible study, including:
We have taken great care to identify some of the best possible links for each resource, defined in terms of objective, thorough, visually-oriented, and (semi)permanent. This is where we can really add value, exercising critical judgment in your behalf. This will save you untold hours in searching and help you avoid wasting time on sites that deliver erroneous or incomplete information.
About the Webmaster
DeeperStudy.com was established and is maintained by Steve Singleton, a Bible teacher for more than 25 years, whose instruction in Bible, Greek, and related subjects has included the university classroom, adult education programs, public seminars, and churches. He has a BA in Bible, an MA in Religion, and has done post-masters graduate studies in systematic theology, church history, biblical hermeneutics, New Testament exegesis, Biblical Hebrew, and Theological German. His writings include several books and numerous business and devotional articles, as well as more in-depth Bible studies.
Steve is currently a communications coordinator for a large company in Dallas, Texas. He has been a book editor, news editor, reporter, and PR consultant. He is committed to authentic, biblical New Testament Christianity and has a wide variety of interests, including biblical hermeneutics and exegesis, archaeology, church history, apologetics, world religions, evangelism, missions, and the interaction between Christianity and culture.