Bible study

The Art of Deep Bible Study

By Nancy Hawthorne
“Reading Scripture is an art—a creative discipline that requires engagement and imagination, in contrast to the Enlightenment’s idea of detached objectivity. In… read more

Covenant Runs Deep Through the Bible

By Paul Franklyn, David Teel
We live in shallow times. An endless array of images and characters displayed on flat, two-dimensional screens offer up countless knee-deep worlds all clamoring for our attention. … read more

Wondering, Imagining, and Listening: The Hidden Bounty of Daily Bible Reading

By Kirk Byron Jones
I will never forget it. As I read Matthew 27:1-5, the scripture that chronicles Judas’s fatal remorse over having betrayed Jesus, I suddenly found myself in an unscheduled… read more

Teaching Bible Study Skills in a Seminary Setting: A Disciplined Knowledge for the Shared Life of Faith

By Jaime Clark-Soles
Knowledge. Skills. Habits. Capacities. I aim toward the development of each as I teach New Testament. I train future pastors to develop the same attributes in the congregation. I… read more

Three Months With The Spirit (Acts 2:14-21)

By Justo L. González
Read Acts 2:14-21 See Peter's speech was a response to the mocking attitude of some. Although we generally imagine that they were laughing or scoffing at the disciples, the… read more

Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego

By Kimberly Dunnam Reisman
Do you know where the climax is in the story of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego? Hint: It's not the miracle that happens inside the fiery furnace. Join author and Bible teacher… read more
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