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7 Archaeology Proofs for the Book of Genesis You Need to Know!

How’s the 30-Day Bible Challenge going? We hope you’re experiencing a deeper level of understanding of the Word! If you haven’t joined us yet, it’s not too late to do so! In this week’s post, we wanted to give you a look at the biblical archaeology proofs behind the history you’ve been reading in the Continue Reading

5 Verses to Help You Engage in God’s Word

It was around the 4th century AD that the Bible started to become what we know it as today; from the canonization of the books of the New Testament to the Latin Vulgate, the history of the Bible is extensive and complicated. Long before the invention of the printing press however, David, Isaiah, Paul, and Continue Reading

“How Reliable is My Bible?”

What the Skeptics Claim: “Not only do we not have the originals [of the biblical manuscripts], we don’t have the first copies of the originals. . . . What we have are copies made later—much later.” What History Actually Tells Us: Although the original manuscripts from the biblical have been lost–probably forever–the copies that we Continue Reading

The Bible Vs. Other Sacred Texts

It’s always useful to be informed of not only what you believe, but what others believe as well. Being educated on other faiths allows for open and intelligent dialogue without turning to something that looks like bigotry or ignorance. Doesn’t it make it so much easier to share your faith when you know where others Continue Reading

7 Bible-Reading Tools Every Christian Should Know About

Do you want to grow in your relationship with God and knowledge of his Word? Are you ready to make plans for your spiritual health? Enjoy these tools to help you get started: When we were putting together our One-Year Bible Reading Plan pamphlet to help others read the entire Bible in a year, we Continue Reading

8 Mistakes People Make When Reading the Bible—and How to Avoid Them

Should I read everything in the Bible as literal or figurative? What’s the point of reading the poetry in the Bible? Why does it matter who wrote the books of the Bible? These are just some questions that both new believers and veterans face all the time. And they’re important questions! As part of our Continue Reading

FREE 2016 Bible Reading Plan + 30-Day Bible Reading Challenge

Do you (and those you teach) want to get into the habit of reading the Bible every day, but don’t know where to start? Here’s an easy way to to build a healthy Bible-reading habit! Sometimes the goals we set are just great ideas that we don’t achieve. But when we make plans, that’s when Continue Reading