The Society of Biblical Literature’s home on the web. Visit this site for the SBL Review of Biblical Literature and information on congresses, research and List of publications.

Homepage for SNTS featuring details of members, meetings, subscriptions, how to join, editorial boards and a brief history by Martin Boobyer.

Features information on annual meetings, List of publications (CBQ, New Testament Abstracts etc.), jobs, grants, External links and a comprehensive membership directory.

Features information on membership, conferences and the full text of their journal Scripture Bulletin.

Features information on meetings, becoming a member and some full text papers from seminars.

General information about the society and its annual conferences; features a members-only section.

General information on the British New Testament Society, and especially its annual conference.

Features information on conferences (with a call for papers), list of members and details about Neotestamentica.

Features information on conferences (with a call for papers), and details of the association.

Homepage for the Biblical Archaeology Society with extensive news and excerpts from the Biblical Archaeology Review.

This homepage for the Ecole Biblique et Archéologique Française in Jerusalem features information on scholars, their List of publications (including the journal Revue Biblique) and more. Available in both French and English, though the English language section is incomplete.

Homepage for “an organization of evangelical Christian scholars with specialties in Old and New Testament and in ancillary disciplines. Its vision is to foster excellence in the pursuit of Biblical Studies within a faith environment.”  The site features constitution, newsletters, details of its meetings and on-line essays.

Homepage for the European Association of Biblical Studies, “open to all scholars and students of the Bible. It organizes research groups, supports a graduate network and holds an annual conference, usually in early August, at different locations in Europe.

The Center for Ancient Texts & Languages (CATL) is an organization working in cooperation with the International Greek New Testament Project, which has its two centers of operation at the University of Birmingham, England and the Institute for New Testament Textual Research in Muenster, Germany. It is based in the Minneapolis / St Paul area.