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VIDEO: The Bible Project is Helping People Read and Learn the Bible Through Media

Posted on October 18, 2016 in Theology by

The Bible Project video series is teaching people the essential truths of biblical doctrine in a simple format that is easy to learn and understand.

I’m always looking for resources that can be used to better teach the truth of Scripture. I like things that can be used to help kids or adults better internalize the doctrines that are foundational to our faith.

To that end, I came across a video series being produced that is helping to accomplish the goal of teaching the essential doctrines of Scripture in a visual format.

The Bible Project is a non-profit ministry dedicated to helping people read and understand the Bible. Their website describes the ministry this way:

New Research Shows Christians Aren’t Reading Their Bibles. Thanks Captain Obvious!

Posted on July 14, 2015 in Theology by

You are never going to believe this. A new study reveals a major problem among Christians and those who regularly attend church> It’s probably not what you are thinking either.

Sure, we all have problems, no one is perfect and no one goes through a day without making a mistake. But one of the biggest problems plaguing Christians right now could very well be the source of many other issues happening among the family, community, and culture.

According to a new LifeWay Research study, only about 45% of people that claim to attend church regularly say they read the Bible more than once a week. In other words, 55% of people attending church regularly don’t pick their Bible up at any other time than on Sunday. A recent article reports:

Education: A Defense of Reading Fiction

Posted on June 27, 2014 in Family, Home School by

I couldn’t believe my ears. An educator, a prominent one at that, had announced on a national television program that reading fiction was useless to the education of children. She stated that non-fiction would never get someone a job and was useless in the real world.

This is not only an ignorant statement, it is dangerous. This type of worldview seeks to make humans utilitarian… their worth is only what they can produce in business or to the government entities. They relegate men to just servants of a production workforce, not souls where nourishment is necessary, and beauty is her passion.

However, it is even more problematic than what I just wrote. Fiction has played an instrumental role in the development of our society and culture. Here are just a few reasons I think fiction is essential to a healthy, vibrant, and true education.

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