This great book by Jen Wilkin describes how to see the big picture, or metanarrative, of Scripture. It also gives an awesome plan for studying the Bible inductively. A truly wonderful resource!
The Bible Project produces amazing videos that explain the structure of each of the Testsments, trace core themes throughout the Bible and sketch each book of the Bible according to its structure. These videos are awesome!!!
Hands down YouVersion is my favorite way to soak in the Scriptures throughout the day while I either follow along in the text or multitask.
There is so many good resources on this site from book background information to articles to sermons. Check out Bible.org ”Where the world comes to study the Bible.”
The TaNaKh is an acronym for the three divisions of the Hebrew Scriptures, or wat we call the Old Testament. The TaNaKh stands for: the Torah (’Teaching’), which includes the first five books of the Bible, called the Pentateuch or Law.; the Nevi’im, (‘Prophets‘); and finally the Ketuvim (‘Writings’). While the TaNaKh contains the same books as our modern Bible, the order of the books is different in several areas. While not necessary, the TaNaKh’s Ordering can shed light on many areas of your study.