I recently added Understanding the Bible – With and Without Inerrancy to the Energion Publications YouTube channel, and I believe this can be helpful to people in their Bible study. I am the interviewer for this video, and am talking with two very good friends, Alden Thompson, who was my undergraduate advisor, and Elgin Hushbeck,…
Dr. Bruce Epperly, author of the Participatory Study Series volume on Philippians, is posting a series of videos on the book, and we’ll be posting these here. To start, however, we’re going to re-post his video, The Message of Philippians.
From the forthcoming book Faith and Reason by Elgin L. Hushbeck, Jr. A quick way to end up in trouble is to see the Bible as mainly discussing what others should be doing. Faith and Reason, p. 41 (coming March 1, 2021)
By David Alan Black on The Jesus Paradigm: The Main Message of Galatians.
By Energion author Linda Estes.
Energion author Steve Kindle talks about the value of various historical-critical disciplines in Bible study. Participatory Bible study calls for incorporating a variety of approaches to one’s Bible study and to celebrate having diverse study groups that will differ on their approaches. Learn more through this podcast at Faith on the Edge.
If you have never thought of characters having shapes, such as triangles, polygons, or circles, read on! This Bible study strategy is based on Dr. Dolly Berthelot’s SELFSHAPES™. More on that below. Studying Bible stories is, at root, very much like studying other stories. Christians reading scripture have the additional sense that what they are…
Preview / Buy
Allan Bevere talks about why he wrote the book Colossians & Philemon: A Participatory Study Guide.