The Bible in a Week

A Book for the Family: Celebrating National Bible Week

A father reads to his three young children from the Holy Bible.

Catholics are invited to celebrate the Bible as “A Book for the Family” during National Bible Week. READ MORE

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Introducing the Bible in a WeekZünd_Gang_nach_Emmaus_1877

The story of Scripture has a plot, but it is precisely this plot that many people have difficulty finding and making sense of. READ MORE

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Early WorldAp_16_view_of_Earth_during_TLC

Stretching back beyond the mists of earliest human memory, the period of the Early World tells of “first beginnings,” of humanity’s infancy. READ MORE

 


Patriarchs Molnár_Ábrahám_kiköltözése_1850

God’s covenant family expands in the Patriarch period, growing from a married couple (Adam and Eve) to a family (Noah and his sons) to a tribal chieftain (Abraham) and his entire clan … READ MORE

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Egypt & Exodus and Desert Wanderings
Exodus

Egypt, Exodus and Desert Wanderings tells of how the Israelites were slaves for generations, and then liberated by God through Moses. READ MORE

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Conquest & Judges and the Royal Kingdom
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After the exodus and desert wanderings, Joshua leads the Israelites into the Promised Land triumphantly and they settle there. READ MORE

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Divided Kingdom, Exile and ReturnHoliness

Solomon’s increasing infidelity sowed seeds of division throughout the land promised to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. READ MORE

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Maccabean Revolt & Messianic FulfillmentRembrandt_-_The_Crucifixion_-_Cat478

The conquests of Alexander the Great spread Greek culture across the Near East, providing a new basis for unity in territories otherwise characterized by more diverse, regional ways of life. READ MORE

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Messianic Fulfillment II and The ChurchAnthony_van_Dyck_-_Pentecost_-_WGA07442

If the cross is the coronation of Jesus as the messianic king, and if Jesus’ resurrection marks the momentous beginnings of a new creation, then the story of Jesus’ kingship needs a kingdom, and the first day of the new creation can only mean more work lies ahead. READ MORE

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The Great Adventure

The Great Adventure Bible studies make the complex simple by focusing on the narrative thread in Scripture. They tell the story of salvation history by putting each book of the Bible into context with the big picture of God's word and your own life. From a quick overview of the entire Bible to studies on specific books of the Bible such as Ephesians, The Great Adventure Bible studies help you see what part you play in God's great plan.