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Bible study editorial

These articles are from contributing authors that are seeking to enhance Bible study through their own, personal study and understanding of the Bible.

March 2021

Great Faith – Abraham Offering Isaac

By |2021-03-27T09:55:13-04:00March 27th, 2021|Editorial Categories: |

God asked Abraham to offer his only son Isaac. That really happened. Abraham and Isaac were real people in history. Understanding the emotions that must have, quite literally, consumed this family during this event can provide real insight into what true faith looks like for the Christian today.

February 2021

January 2021

Annual Bible Reading

By |2021-01-30T10:13:43-05:00January 4th, 2021|Editorial Categories: |

Starting an annual bible reading is a great New Years' Resolution! There are lots of ways to go about it, but the important thing is to get started and commit to it. Here we offer some encouragement and tips that have worked for us in the past.

December 2020

Surveying the Old Testament

By |2021-03-27T10:51:32-04:00December 30th, 2020|Editorial Categories: |

This guide is designed to be taught over a thirteen-week quarter. While one might neatly cover each of the thirteen lessons over each week with two classes each week, one suggestion might be to abbreviate the first lesson (“Introduction”) and abbreviate or skip all together lessons nine (“Great Poetry and Wisdom”) and thirteen (“Review”). The poetry and wisdom books could be a class to themselves and don’t contribute to the chronological, historical focus of this study while the review can (and probably should) be handled in small increments in each class. This effectively gives ten lessons covering twelve weeks which is challenging enough! Please contact the author if you would like other supplementary materials such as charts, Keynote presentation (which can be converted to PowerPoint), etc.

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