A Quick and Dirty Guide to the Bible

For me, truth begins and ends with the Bible. That’s why I put so much emphasis on reading it. Studying it. Discussing it.

And some of you probably haven’t seen all the posts I’ve written on the Bible…

So, I thought I’d share with you the ones you might have missed.

If you’ve read them already…here’s a chance to enjoy them a second time.

I’m a firm believer in revisiting important topics. The Bible is one of those topics.

Enjoy and let me know what you think.

16 Reasons Why Christians Must Submit to the Authority of the Bible Some of the best reasons to submit to Scripture.

10 Reasons Why You Should Cherish the Bible Ten reasons that will cure you of that ignorance and low view of the Bible and encourage you to cherish the greatest book ever written.

Simple, Unapologetic Purpose of the Bible The central theme of the Bible is not science, style or philosophy…it’s more practical, more dramatic.

5 Stipulations: What It Takes to Be a Bible Student Take a look and see if you measure up.

What Do Your Bible Study Habits Look Like? Find out the disadvantages and advantages of investing personal time in reading, studying and contemplating the Bible.

Why You Find It Hard to Understand the Bible (and What to Do About It) Find studying your Bible hard? Learn how to get the words to pop off the paper, pages to zing by and stories to carry you away.

Curious Secret to Understanding the Bible Want to make sense of the Bible? Introducing 3 simple principles that will help you unpack it’s meaning.

Message of the Bible in Three Words Want to know the basic point behind the Bible without reading the whole thing? Read on.

Right-Brain Thinker’s Guide to the Bible: 10 Creative Steps Ten creative steps to help sequential, computational-challenged people understand the Bible to the fullest.

27 Christ-Centered Couplets Each of the twenty-seven books of the New Testament summarized into tight, little couplets.

39 Morbid Old Testament Couplets Did I mention I’ve got a morbid streak? That’s probably why I enjoyed summarizing the Prophets the most.

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