Bible Project, Podcasts, and Paradigms

You are probably aware that the Bible Project creates videos that do a great job explaining the biblical words, themes, and concepts. We use their videos regularly at the Table because they can present ideas in a creative, concise, and memorable manner. You might not be aware that they also have a weekly podcast, which […]

by bob

Sep 14, 2021

You are probably aware that the Bible Project creates videos that do a great job explaining the biblical words, themes, and concepts. We use their videos regularly at the Table because they can present ideas in a creative, concise, and memorable manner.

You might not be aware that they also have a weekly podcast, which tends to be a deep dive into the topics they are making into videos. The current series, which kicked off yesterday, is called Paradigm and looks at how we should read…and just as importantly, how we should think about the Bible.

I hope you’ll give it a listen. Here’s the link.

What about Bob?

bob

I grew up in Western New York and have started and led missional church planting efforts for a little over 30 years. As you might gather, I have opinions about the church, and I share some of them here.

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