Tim Mackie | The Bible and Creativity

December 15, 2020 ...

In Today’s Conversation podcast hosted by NAE President Walter Kim, you’ll hear Tim share: Why he and Jon decided to start the BibleProject; How Tim was drawn to Jesus through an outreach to skateboarders; What approach the BibleProject takes to navigate different interpretations of Scripture; and How creativity threads through Scripture and connects to our …

The Future of Bible Translation

August 15, 2019 ...

Samuel Chiang joins Today’s Conversation with Leith Anderson to discuss the current state of Bible translation and what its future looks like. In this podcast, you’ll hear: How Bible translation is preserving endangered languages; What the most critical needs are for today’s translation ministry; What role orality plays in Bible translation work; and Whether there …

The Bible and Business

December 15, 2017 ...

In Today’s Conversation podcast with NAE President Leith Anderson, Steve talks about how his faith impacts the way he leads, reflects on Hobby Lobby’s landmark Supreme Court case, and shares about his legacy project, Museum of the Bible. You’ll also hear Leith and Steve discuss: What the Bible says about business; Advice for young Christians …

2021 Bible Reading Guide

January 1, 2016 ...

The Bible Reading Guide is a checklist of daily Scriptures (more details about the schedule below) that coincides with an 8-minute, daily podcast. The Bible Recap podcast (TheBibleRecap.com) summarizes and explains each day’s reading, and is created to empower and encourage readers every day! The 2021 guide offers: Daily readings in chronological order; Compact design …

Archaeology Points to Jesus

March 20, 2015 ...

One critic once exclaimed to him, “How do you even prove Bethlehem exists?” His response was simple. “Where I live,” he said, “I go down to the end of the street, get on a bus marked ‘Bethlehem,’ and I get off at the end of the line.” Elsewhere he has stated, “If the Gospel is …

The Truth Competition

March 20, 2015 ...

It’s often not so simple in everyday American life. There is a sense that scientists begin with science as truth and then evaluate the Bible based upon scientific presuppositions. And, there is a sense that evangelical Christians begin with the Bible as truth and then evaluate science based upon theological presuppositions. At least this is …

Dusting Off the Good Book

September 22, 2014 ...

Bibliotheca takes out chapter and verse numbers, section headers, cross-references and notes, and places the biblical text in a four-volume set. The pages in each volume are formatted with one column and large margins. Essentially, the biblical volumes are designed to be read like a literary anthology. “Reference Bibles traditionally look like dictionaries. Reader-friendly Bibles …

Americans and the Bible

September 22, 2014 ...

Four years ago, American Bible Society embarked on an annual survey of American adults to gauge their beliefs about the Bible, their knowledge of Scripture and their time spent in God’s Word. The State of the Bible research shows some alarming trends in the past four years. For example, while the overwhelming majority of Americans …

Very Old, Always New

September 22, 2014 ...

Then the storyteller got on a roll: “All Joseph had was a dream. He wasn’t a prophet. He wasn’t a king. His family abandoned him. His brothers sold him. He was thrown in prison. But he had a dream and that dream got him through the worst of times.” The purpose of the meeting was …

The Popular English Translation

September 22, 2014 ...

It was at the NAE’s initiative that an exploratory committee was formed in 1957, and joined by the Christian Reformed Church in 1961, to research the possibility of preparing a new translation of the Bible. First published in 1978, the NIV was an entirely original translation produced by a committee of 15 scholars from diverse …