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Australian writer and theologian, Ben Myers, started tweeting summaries of each book of the Bible. What emerged was ‘the world’s smallest’ Bible commentary. It’s poetic, informative and refreshing. Enjoy…
The Bible can seem overwhelming, boring and difficult, but a few basic tips can help you understand it more. Try these…
People have been translating the Bible for hundreds of years. Read how the English translation of the Bible came to be.
Over the centuries, Jewish and Christian scholars have developed different ways of interpreting the Bible.
Looking to read the Bible online, or search for a bible verse or specific word? This is the place for you!
Bring the Bible to life for your small group with this free suite of resources. The lyfe resources follow three stages: read, reflect, respond.
Whether you’re well versed in Scripture or just starting out on the journey, The Bible Course offers a superb overview of the world’s best-selling book.
In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus deals with the big questions of his day – and of ours today. What is the good life? How do I live well? How do I become a good person? What we have in the ‘Sermon’ is teaching from Jesus about how to live in the Kingdom of God, for now and for all eternity. Much of what we discover this week has been inspired by Dallas Willard who gifted us with an extraordinary vision of life in the kingdom of God. Follow along this week as we dip into the greatest sermon ever told by the greatest person who ever lived.