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Category Archives: Bible

Three Ways to Listen to the Easter Story During Holy Week

I’ve often thought that certain Bible stories seem meant to be read aloud, rather than silently read. Do you associate certain stories or sections of the Bible with spoken narration? Certainly, some of the genres in the Bible simply “listen” better than others—for example, Jesus’ parables are very easy to listen to, whereas Old Testament […]

Filed under Audio, Easter, Holy Week, Lent

Resurrection Life: Guest Post by Mark L. Strauss

Dr. D.A. Carson unpacked the biblical theology of the resurrection on Desiring God’s Ask Pastor John podcast. The New International Version of the Bible translation is available in a variety of editions, one of which is the NIV Zondervan Study Bible (website). A team of more than 60 contributors crafted study notes, book and section […]

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The Cities That Built the Bible: Guest Post by Robert Cargill

For many, the names Bethlehem, Babylon, and Jerusalem are known as the settings for epic stories from the Bible featuring rustic mangers, soaring towers, and wooden crosses. Robert R. Cargill (@xkv8r), assistant professor of Classics and Religious Studies at the University of Iowa, is an archaeologist, Bible scholar, and host of numerous television documentaries, such […]

Filed under Archaeology, Bible, Books, Guest Post, Maps, Old Testament

One Thousand Churches BELIEVE

Popular church-wide campaign helps people of all ages understand the big ideas of the Bible In less than a year, more than 1,000 churches in the US have decided to BELIEVE. This book-turned-church-wide experience has engaged congregations in every state and in every denomination to better understand the Bible’s key beliefs, practices, and virtues. BELIEVE: […]

Filed under Bible, Bible Reference, Church, Discipleship, Literacy, New Testament, Old Testament

Act Justly and Love Mercy

What Bible verses or passages spring to mind when you hear the word “justice”? Like many Christians, I usually associate the Old Testament prophets with the concept of biblical justice, since much of their collective ministry was dedicated to restoring social justice in a society that failed to treat the poor and disenfranchised with God-mandated […]

Filed under Bible, Editions

A Voice Raised in God’s Service: Remembering Dale McConachie

A year ago today, the world lost a remarkable minister of the Gospel to a tragic car accident. This man had ministered to countless thousands of people in the course of his career, introducing many to the saving message of Jesus Christ for the first time, and encouraging many others in their everyday faith. Yet […]

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Bible Gateway Now Hosts Museum of the Bible Radio Program

Bible Gateway is now making available in the audio Bible section of Bible Gateway’s website the one-minute Monday-Friday radio program, The Book, produced by Museum of the Bible (@museumofBible). Through this partnership the audio content, currently airing on 350 radio stations across America, is accessible on demand to Bible Gateway’s worldwide users. [Browse the Audio […]

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Video: So Many Smart Ways to Read the Bible

Wondering how to fit Bible reading into your busy life? The South Hill Church (@SouthHillChurch) Youth Group of Hemel Hempstead, UK, produced this fun video to show the variety of opportunities available to each of us: Reading the Bible in multiple languages and multiple versions is always just a click away online at Bible Gateway […]

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Take this Survey About the NIV Bible Translation

Zondervan is conducting a survey to hear your opinions about the New International Version (NIV) Bible translation. The survey should take you 10-12 minutes. Plenty of space is allowed for you to tell Zondervan, in your own words, your thoughts and opinions about the NIV. All responses are anonymous and confidential. Upon completion of the […]

Filed under Bible, Polls and Surveys, Translations

This Conference Tells You Why the Bible is Trust Worthy: An Interview with Corey Miller

Is the Bible historically reliable? How does it compare with other ancient texts? These and other questions are the focus of discussions and presentations at The Symposium (#symposiachristi), the annual conference held on the campus of Purdue University by Ratio Christi (@RatioChristi), a global movement that equips university students and faculty to give historical, philosophical, […]

Filed under Apologetics, Bible, Interviews