A few years ago, I heard a Bible teacher suggest picking a book of the Bible, then reading it over and over again, twenty times, before moving on to another book. More recently, a guest on a podcast I listened to mentioned the idea of taking one book at a time, reading it over and … Continue reading "Digging Deep for Buried Treasure"
Russell Moore shares some compelling remarks on Biblical literacy in his article “Have Bible Quoters Replaced Bible Readers?”. He quotes David Nienhuis, author of : “Some of my students attend popular non-denominational churches led by entrepreneurial leaders who claim to be ‘Bible believing’ and strive to offer sermons that are ‘relevant’ for successful Christian living,” [Neinhuis] … Continue reading "On Bible Reading"
As the New Year rolls around, I’m reminded again of a profitable Bible reading practice I implemented several times in the past. Like most avid readers, I consume a lot of information from many authors and many genres over the course of the year. At the recommendation of some mentor—unfortunately I forget their name—I decided … Continue reading "Bible Reading for Bibliophiles"