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I am the good shepherd: John 10.1–16 (19 March 2020)

Bible Society's Daily Reflections follow the M'Cheyne Bible reading plan, designed for those who want to read the whole Bible in one year. Each reflection focuses on one of its four daily chapters.

1 Corinthians 6.12–20: Meant for the Lord (19 February 2020)

Bible Society's Daily Reflections follow the M'Cheyne Bible reading plan, designed for those who want to read the whole Bible in one year. Each reflection focuses on one of its four daily chapters.

Exodus 18.13–27: The Spirit is for all (6 March 2020)

Bible Society's Daily Reflections follow the M'Cheyne Bible reading plan, designed for those who want to read the whole Bible in one year. Each reflection focuses on one of its four daily chapters.

The revelation of the lockdown

The missional environment in Britain has changed, perhaps in more profound, challenging and hopeful ways than we yet realise. We are seeing a spike of interest in the Bible, in prayer, and in Christian faith.

The Church’s response to debt

Theos Think Tank researcher, Hannah Rich, offers insightful discussion of the Church's response to debt problems.

Seize the day: Ecclesiastes 9.1–10 (21 April 2020)

Bible Society's Daily Reflections follow the M'Cheyne Bible reading plan, designed for those who want to read the whole Bible in one year. Each reflection focuses on one of its four daily chapters.

Bible Q&A: What’s the most accurate Bible translation?

Occasionally, Bible translators struggle to accurately translate a word, phrase or sentence. As a reader you may try reading more than one English translation, side by side, to appreciate the range of meanings a word or phrase can have.

Translation and Production

People have been translating the Bible for hundreds of years. Read how the English translation of the Bible came to be.

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...

Bible Q&A: Did Jesus appear in the Old Testament?

How did the tradition arise that Christ appeared four times in the Old Testament prior to his incarnation?

Job 14: Can the dead live again? (15 February 2020)

Bible Society's Daily Reflections follow the M'Cheyne Bible reading plan, designed for those who want to read the whole Bible in one year. Each reflection focuses on one of its four daily chapters.

Famous stories in the Bible

How about reading some of the Bible's best-loved and best-known stories.

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.

Getting started with the Bible

New to the Bible and not sure where to begin? Here are three top tips to get you going.

Genesis 24.1–9: What really matters (23 January 2020)

Bible Society's Daily Reflections follow the M'Cheyne Bible reading plan, designed for those who want to read the whole Bible in one year. Each reflection focuses on one of its four daily chapters.

How can the Bible be interpreted?

Over the centuries, Jewish and Christian scholars have developed different ways of interpreting the Bible.

The Bible in 40 steps

It's possible to trace a story that runs through all the books from beginning to end. These 40 steps carry you through the story of God’s love for the world he created.

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.

Bible Q&A: Does the Holy Spirit get mentioned before the Day of Pentecost, and in the Old Testament?

The Holy Spirit certainly does appear before Pentecost and in the Old Testament. There is some continuity in the way the Spirit is revealed in both Old and New Testaments, but also some differences.

Genesis 22.11–12: Getting to know each other (21 January 2020)

Bible Society's Daily Reflections follow the M'Cheyne Bible reading plan, designed for those who want to read the whole Bible in one year. Each reflection focuses on one of its four daily chapters.

Bringing the Bible to life

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