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2 Peter: The Delay of Jesus’ Return & the Crisis of Patience
December 10, 2017 by Whitney Woollard
Joining us to explore 2 Peter is a long-time contributor to the Bible Project, Whitney Woollard. Whitney is a writer, speaker, and Bible teacher in Portland, OR. She holds her M.A. in biblical and theological studies from Western Seminary and loves sharing her passion for the Bible with others. You can check out her work at www.whitneywoollard.com.
BTS 18: Read Scripture Books
December 4, 2017 by The Bible Project
The creation of the Read Scripture Coffee Table Book has been years in the making, go behind the scenes of this labor of love to see its evolution from concept to coffee table book.
Titus: A Counter-Cultural Gospel for Cretans
November 25, 2017 by Whitney Woollard
Joining us to explore Titus is a long-time contributor to the Bible Project, Whitney Woollard. Whitney is a writer, speaker, and Bible teacher in Portland, OR. She holds her M.A. in biblical and theological studies from Western Seminary and loves sharing her passion for the Bible with others. You can check out her work at www.whitneywoollard.com.
Colossians: A Christology Worth Singing
November 19, 2017 by Josh Hayes
Joining us to explore Colossians 1:15-20, is guest writer Josh Hayes, editor for The Gospel Project, and Ph.D. candidate at Westminster Theological Seminary.
2 Corinthians: Paradox of the Cross
November 5, 2017 by The Bible Project
2 Corinthians is a letter written by the apostle Paul in response to a complicated relationship between him and the church at Corinth. Let’s just say they “had a history.” Paul started this Jesus community sometime before on one of his missionary journeys (see Acts 18). After moving on to plant more churches, he gets a disturbing report that things were not going well in Corinth (1 Cor 1:11).
BTS 17: Justice
November 2, 2017 by The Bible Project
Creating our theme video on justice challenged our team in many ways including multiple rewrites, new 3D animation technology, long nights and early mornings, and seeking perspectives outside our own stories to give a critical look at this complex and topical subject. This behind the scenes video gives you a glimpse behind the curtain of the creative process on the justice video. Enjoy!
Romans: Paul's Magnum Opus
October 22, 2017 by Patrick Schreiner
This week, guest writer Patrick Schreiner, Assistant Professor of New Testament Language and Literature and Associate Dean at Western Seminary provides us an amazing essay on Paul's Magnum Opus: Romans.
New Bible Project Quarterly
October 19, 2017 by The Bible Project
The Bible Project Quarterly is a special publication that takes you behind the scenes with our artists, animators, and theologians. Monthly supporters of at least $10 a month receive the quarterly for as long as they're a supporter. Those who donate at least $100 in a one-time gift will receive the quarterly magazine for a year. We send you the latest issue immediately after your first donation.
Bringing the Gospel to the Greeks
October 14, 2017 by The Bible Project
The first half of Acts tells the story of the early years of the Christian movement from the point of view of a variety of characters. The second half, however, follows the missionary journeys of one remarkable person, Paul. Luke, a companion of Paul’s on many of his travels, tells the story of Paul’s conversion in Acts 9 and we learn that Jesus specifically appointed Paul to be his “chosen instrument to carry the name of Jesus before Gentiles, kings, and the children of Israel." Why does Luke focus the second half of his book on Paul? Because he was the perfect person for the job God gave him and his life embodied the story that Luke is trying to tell.