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Reverend Fun’s Top Five Christmas Cartoons, 2014 Edition

Could you use a bit of light-heartedness amidst all the Christmas season stress? We’ve looked through many years’ worth of Reverend Fun cartoons and picked out the five highest-rated Christmas-themed cartoons, as rated by Reverend Fun readers. Here they are: 1. “Eternal Life, My Favorite!” 2. The Coolest Thing 3. You Sure About That? 4. […]

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A Skeptic’s Christmas: Read the New Issue of “Investigating Faith with Lee Strobel”

A new issue of the Investigating Faith with Lee Strobel newsletter is out! Click here to read it online (and subscribe to receive future issues via email here). This issue features “A Skeptic’s Christmas,” a reflection by Lee about a remarkable Christmas experience from his days as a journalist—when he was still a skeptic, intrigued […]

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Charles Stanley Bible Study Notes Now Available to Unlock on Bible Gateway

Charles Stanley’s Life Principles Bible Notes are now available to purchase and unlock! These Bible study notes are the latest addition to our growing library of digital products, which you can purchase and access right alongside Scripture on Bible Gateway. Click here to learn more about this and other available digital titles. Charles Stanley is […]

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Bible Gateway Christmas Devotions Are Here!

Our Christmas email devotionals are here! Every year during Advent, we make available an assortment of different Christmas devotionals that aim to encourage, challenge, and inspire you amidst all the holiday stress. We’ve got a full lineup of Christmas-themed devotionals to choose from, including some old favorites and several brand-new offerings. Click here to sign […]

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What Is the Big Picture of the Bible?

This new series by Bible Gateway and Mel Lawrenz is called “How to Understand the Bible.” Over 30 weeks we will cover questions about the content of the Bible and interpreting and applying the Bible. We’ll look at the way we should read everything from historical stories to Psalms to prophecy to Gospels to Revelation. […]

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Overcome the Holiday Stress With Our 5-day “Give Thanks” Devotional

Are you starting to feel the holiday stress already? Thanksgiving in the U.S. is just two weeks away, and Christmas isn’t far beyond that. For a holiday season that is theoretically devoted to the celebration of gratitude and peace on earth, it’s an unfortunate fact that for many of us, the hectic pace of November […]

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The Jesus Code Devotional: Can You Answer the Bible’s Most Important Questions?

Most of us tend to think of the Bible as a book of answers. We have questions about God, relationships, morality, and life in general, and the Bible holds the answers to those questions. It’s simple. And that’s true, of course… to an extent. Christians do believe the Bible has the answers to life’s most […]

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Don’t Forget: New “How to Understand the Bible” Lesson Tomorrow

Just a reminder: the next lesson in our How to Understand the Bible series arrives tomorrow! You can watch for it here on the blog, or sign up to have it delivered to you via email. Feedback from last week’s lesson has been extremely positive—lots of you are finding this series encouraging and inspiring. If […]

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“How to Understand the Bible” Weekly Lessons Begin Soon

Don’t forget—our How to Understand the Bible lesson series begins in just a few days! If you wish you understood the Bible better (and that covers just about everyone, whether they’re brand-new to the Bible or have been reading it for decades) How to Understand the Bible is a series of practical, weekly guides to […]

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Reformation Day at Bible Gateway

While Halloween is the holiday on most people’s minds today, it’s also the anniversary of Martin Luther’s famous nailing of the “95 theses” to the door of the church at Wittenberg. Luther’s actions informed and inspired the Protestant Reformation, which formed in reaction to perceived theological errors and abuses in the church. If you’re looking […]

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