With the vast majority of the bible being narrative, what we're left with are a lot of stories that seem bizarre to us. In this episode, we explore five of them.
People often say strange things and cite Scripture as their source. So on this episode, we explore how to know what the bible is actually saying.
If you think the bible is boring, you probably skipped a few stories. So in this episode, we're diving into 5 bizarre bible stories to discover what they mean.
In this episode of the podcast, we discuss 5 commonly misinterpreted bible verses and offer some tips to study the bible better.
On this episode of the podcast, we continue our discussion on the bible by tackling questions of biblical authority, translations, and study tips.
For the next two weeks on the podcast, we'll explore how we know we can trust the bible. This week, we talk about something called textual criticism and how it helps us know that the bible says now what it said at the time of its writing.
We all know that we should read the bible. We need to read it.But one of the most sought out questions among Christians is, “How do you read the bible?” Is there a best way or more fruitful way to read it? Is there a right way or wrong way? Do I just read a few … Continue reading How To Read Your Bible
Growing up, my parents had me bring my Bible to church every Sunday. And my Bible was all decked out. I had one of those leather zipper cases with the slits to store your pen and highlighter. Months worth of half-sheet sermon note pages were stuffed in the back. The thing probably weighed about 7 … Continue reading Which Bible Translation Is The Best One?
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