Why don’t we read the Bible more? We asked author Ann Spangler why it’s so hard to find time to read God’s Word today. Here’s what she had to say.
What keeps people from reading the Bible as much as they should? Each of us has their own answer to that question, but it’s possible to identify a few common attitudes that get in the way of Bible engagement. That’s the question we pose to Jefferson Bethke in this interview.
Annie Downs is an author who loves helping teen girls and women in college overcome the challenges that life puts in the way of their spiritual development. As part of Bible Gateway’s 20th anniversary celebration, we asked Annie if there are any specific issues and challenges that keep girls and young women from engaging with God’s Word.
Why don’t we read the Bible more than we do? We took that question to several leading Christian writers and thinkers this year, and they each offered their own perspective on the question. First up is apologist Lee Strobel with his answer to the question “What prevents people from reading and engaging with the Bible?”
Randy Frazee, senior minister at Oak Hill Church, recently hosted a fascinating conversation about Christians and atheism. Here’s the video of the fascinating discussion that took place.
When Bible Gateway asked Jefferson Bethke, the creator of the “Why I Hate Religion” video, to talk about the Bible verse that’s most on his mind in 2013, he was happy to explain. Here’s what he shared with us.
As part of our 20th anniversary celebration, this week, writer Annie Downs tells us about the Bible verse she wants to understand in 2013.
As part of our 20th anniversary celebration, we talked to some of today’s leading Christian writers and thinkers to find out about the state of Bible engagement in 2013. This week, writer and speaker Ann Spangler talks about the Bible verse that has most been on her mind so far this year: Isaiah 55:3.
What Bible verse or verses profoundly changed your life?
As part of our 20th anniversary celebration, we went out and talked to some of the leading Christian writers and thinkers today to find out about the state of Bible engagement in 2013. One of the first people we turned to was Lee Strobel, the author of The Case for Christ.