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Bible Book Club guide: The vision of Ephesians is that in Christ, Jews and Gentiles have been unified into a single household.


Bible Book Club guide: Mark’s Gospel, like all of the Gospels, tells the story of the life and ministry of Jesus Christ.


Bible Book Club guide: Colossians lays out a vision of Christian living focused around the person of Christ.

2 Peter

Bible Book Club guide: 2 Peter is a letter full of concern about the community to which it was written.


Bible Book Club guide: John’s Gospel is the most reflective and overtly theological of all the Gospels.


Bible Book Club guide: Luke’s Gospel, like all of the Gospels, tells the story of the life and ministry of Jesus Christ.


Bible Book Club guide: Romans is the longest of all Paul’s writings and is widely regarded as one of the most important letters that he wrote.


Bible Book Club guide: Like 1 and 2 Timothy, this is a letter addressed to an individual, not a community.


Bible Book Club guide: This remarkable letter, written while Paul was in prison, reveals a vision of life in Christ which takes seriously the example of living that Christ modelled. One of its themes is the importance of rejoicing at all times and in...


Bible Book Club guide: This very short letter takes the form of a personal appeal to Philemon, one of Paul’s friends who had worked alongside him proclaiming the good news of Jesus Christ.


Bible Book Club guide: Galatians is written into a very particular situation.

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My favourite book of the Bible is Philippians

My favourite book of the Bible is Philippians. It speaks a lot about joy and how to be content. There’s a section that talks about what it’s like to have plenty and nothing, food and to be hungry and always to be content. That’s something that ...

From scrolls to scrolling: how technology has shaped our Bible reading

The way we read the Bible is changing, but does it matter, and if so, why? Dr Stephen Holmes explores.

Read your Bible... if you want to grow

Anna-Claar Thomasson-Rosingh uses the story of Noah's Ark, personal anecdote and thoughtful research to help us reconsider how we read the Bible with children.

How do I get the most out of reading the Bible?

How do we love God with all our mind? Well, one way is to read God’s word – to feast on what God says about himself, about us, and about everything he has created. But if we’re being honest, we’re a lot better at feasting on spiritual junk fo...

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