Don’t forget: starting tomorrow (Tuesday) morning at 8:30am EST, we’ll be live-blogging the Biblical inerrancy panel discussion at the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS) conference! “Biblical inerrancy” is a term that encompasses a lot of important questions about the Bible—questions about its accuracy, reliability, and trustworthiness. These are questions that every Christian should ask, and we […]
Bible Gateway’s general manager Rachel Barach will be speaking at the Christian New Media Conference in November! The Christian New Media Conference, taking place in London on Saturday, November 9, will bring together a variety of Christian leaders and visionaries to reimagine what it means to be a global church in a digital world. We’re […]
Our friends at Women of Faith are hosting a major Bible event in 2014 to explore and answer these questions! At the Unwrap the Bible event in February 2014, women from around the country will gather in one place to unwrap the life-changing promises of the Bible.
Today is the first full day of Ramadan, the month-long Muslim period of fasting. Here are a few interesting and useful links about Ramadan, and how Christians should understand and approach Islam.
Ever wanted a second chance? That’s the question behind the new reality series The Moment. Join us today at 7pm EST for a live webcast with The Moment host Kurt Warner and author Max Lucado!
The Big Game of all Big Games is almost upon us! Are you going to watch the Super Bowl this year? Do you have a regular group of friends that you watch it with?
There’s a celebration underway today in the United States, but you may not know about it: it’s the National Day of the Bible! Read on for ideas about how you can participate along with us today.
This week marks the start of one of the world’s biggest religious observances: Ramadan, the Muslim month of fasting. While Christians don’t observe Ramadan, it’s nevertheless helpful to be aware of it. Here are a few things you can do during Ramadan to grow closer to God and show Christ-like grace to our Muslim neighbors.
Shavuot may not be as well-known as Passover or Purim, but it represents a foundational moment in Jewish history: the giving of the Torah (the first five books of the Bible, also called the Pentateuch) to the Israelites on Mount Sinai. Here’s the Biblical account upon which it’s based.
Happy Tax Day! If you’re scouring your Bible this morning looking for a Biblical reason to not pay your taxes, you’re out of luck….