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Top Five Picks


Have you read the best of the 2013 jumpintotheword Bible Engagement Blog posts? Here are the top five picks:

1. Why Christians Don’t Read the Bible – Yes, you read the title correctly. Research indicates that most Christians don’t read the Bible regularly. Here are their reasons . . . https://www.jumpintotheword.com/2013/08/01/why-christians-dont-read-the-bible/

2. Bible Engagement in a Digital Age – Technology writer, Richard Carr, suggests that books and book reading are in their “cultural twilight.” Some may disagree with Carr, but we can’t ignore the fact that innovation and change brought about by the digital revolution are reshaping the way people read . . . https://www.jumpintotheword.com/2013/11/08/bible-engagement-in-a-digital-age/

3. Pensees and Questions – What will the shape of Bible engagement be in the years to come? Here are some pensees and questions for consideration . . . https://www.jumpintotheword.com/2013/05/13/pensees-and-questions/

4. Why Pastors Should Make Bible Engagement Their Priority – The single most beneficial thing pastors can do for their congregations is help them read and reflect on the Scriptures. Bible engagement is critical for spiritual health and growth. The primary catalyst for developing mature Christians is Bible reading coupled with reflection. In fact Scripture reflection has twice the power of any other spiritual discipline to advance people in their love for God and others . . . https://www.jumpintotheword.com/2013/03/04/why-pastors-should-make-bible-engagement-their-priority/

5. How Do You Read the Bible? – People read the Bible differently. Some read it flippantly, fancifully, dismissively, selfishly or subjectively. Others read it academically or ardently. How do you read it? . . . https://www.jumpintotheword.com/2013/04/25/how-do-you-read-the-bible/

© Scripture Union Canada 2014


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