Welcome to the Chicago Bible Students Website!

  • Welcome to the Chicago Bible Students website.
    We are glad you are here and hope you can spend a little time visiting and researching the inspiring and encouraging message of the Bible's "Good Tidings" for the whole world. Please check out the Videos, most recent Study Topics and our very special Bookstore. If you are interested in our history and beliefs, see the About Us section. Please Contact us if you have any questions or comments!

Latest Posts and Articles


Christians in a Tumultous World

Welcome to our Winter 2015 Newsletter! Newsletter: Christians in a Tumultuous World In all of the uncertainties of life it is only natural to feel apprehensive, perhaps even fearful, about the future. Staying abreast with current events, the state of our economy, the stock market, trends in the media and culture, reinforces those feelings. We […]


Studies in The Scriptures – Read Online

The Studies in the Scriptures is a foundational series for Bible Students. It consists of six volumes of in-depth topical study of the Scriptural teaching regarding the Plan of God, Timeline of human history, The elements in preparation of God’s Kingdom, The Atonement between God and Man and Scriptural guidelines for the New Creation. We invite […]


Interactive Chart of the Ages

The Chart of the Ages provides a road map of God’s plan as it progresses from Genesis to Revelation. Click on a letter or area on the Interactive Chart below to navigate through the times, events and planes of existence for all of God’s creation. (Scroll down for a complete explanation of the Chart.)

Good Tidings


The Truth about Hell

For centuries, man has wanted to know what lies beyond the grave. We would like to consider a related and a highly charged subject – the subject of hell. We hope you find this video thought-provoking and informative!



Sabbath – The “Rest” of the Story

Are Christians obligated to keep the Sabbath? What do the Scriptures say? Why is the Sabbath referred to as a “sign?” What is the “rest” of the story?