ARTICLES

Lectio Divina for Individuals and Groups

In chapter 13 of What’s So Amazing About Scripture? I explore an ancient way of reading the Bible that focuses attention on prayerfully listening to God and allowing him to transform us, called Lectio Divina. Here is how to engage in this practice on your own and...

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40 Bible Verses to Memorize

In chapter 14 of What’s So Amazing About Scripture? I encourage and equip you to memorize select verses. When people ask me to suggest which ones to memorize first, I give them this list that enables a person to celebrate and communicate the gospel of salvation, grasp...

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An Alternate Reading of James 2:14

In chapter 10 of What’s So Amazing About Scripture?, I argue that belief in the Bible’s truthfulness does not mean that our interpretations and translations are without error. We can be confident in the Bible’s infallibility, even while we are humbled by the fact our...

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A Case Study in the Forms of Timeless Truth

In chapter 8 of What's So Amazing About Scripture? I equip the Bible reader to ask what the timeless truths are in each passage by using this question, “Is there a principle to apply, example to follow, warning to heed, promise to believe, doctrine to grasp,[1] wisdom...

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