The faculty of Fuller Seminary has posted a series of short videos introducing each book of the Bible. I’ve not watched all of them, but the ones I have seen are thought-provoking and informative. This is the sort of page that is worth bookmarking for future reference. Here Sebastian Kim looks at the book of […]
The way in which God pulled the Bible together is altogether remarkable. He could have written the words himself, or he could have given us a definitive list of what to include and what not to include. Instead, the relational God embarked on a process that took over a thousand years; to work with people. He inspired some to write down their understanding and experiences of his actions and he helped others to draw together these writings into the collected whole we have as the Bible today. The Bible itself is one of the most amazing demonstrations of God’s desire to draw people into a relationship with him.
There must be something of interest here; even if you don’t watch the video which shows me trying to pretend that I’m not freezing cold while talking about Africa.
God does not want us only to know about Him. If He did, He would have given us a systematic theology. He wants us to know Him, and so He tells us His story.
An update on a very excellent set of tools for Bible Study.
Some quirky Bible stuff, something on persecution, some inspiring mission stories and a consideration of the role of short-term dentists.
Lots of interesting stuff, but not a lot of jokes.
Printing has brought a huge amount of good to the church, but there is another side to the story.
We have the Bible we have, because God is the God he is.
A great overview of a somewhat complex and misunderstood book.