Mission of God Study Bible and Itinerant Ministry

The Mission of God Study Bible has just been released. It carries the missional theme and  . .  what I really love about it . .  it honors the memory of the Baptist missiologist Dr Francis DuBose who brought the word “missional” back into play with his 1983 book God Who Sends. [see the video I recorded…

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Chronically Chronological in 2012

Mike at One Year Bible Blog is offering two Bible reading blog journeys for 2012. Journey 1: One Year Bible Blog. Join 14,000 people in reading a selection of the Bible each day. I have done this before. Its spirit candy for the soul. Highly recommended. Journey 2. Chronological Bible Blog. A new adventure for…

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47 On-Site Lausanne Bloggers

You want the skinny on which bloggers are with me at Lausanne World Congress here in Cape Town. OK. How about 40 of them? You already know about the Official Lausanne Blog and of course you know about Notes on Lausanne [Outreach Magazine] by Andrew Jones [I can honestly and objectively recommend this one]. Did…

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Memorize Ephesians With Me

Last year I challenged you to read through the Bible, using the One Year Bible Blog. Some of you emailed me to say it was really helpful. Cool! If you have never done it before, I highly recommend it. And its not too late to start. 2010 will be a sporadic year for me with…

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Random stuff like Bibles, toilets and London

Bible and Toilets: The Poverty and Justice Bible has been released. It highlights 2000 verses on poverty and even talks about TOILETS. I have been offered a few copies for readers. So leave a comment below, AND send your full postal address to my email [tallskinnykiwi at gmail dot com] and the first five requests…

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Read the Bible in 2009

A new RSS daily feed is You Version’s One Year Bible. It already looks really good and you can upload your own thoughts, video, images. Very interactive. Very 2.0. The last few years I have enjoyed the daily Bible feed from One Year Bible Blog. Mike does a great job in adding images and thoughts…

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BiblioBlog Top 50

An aggregation of Biblical studies blogs put together for the first time. Its the Biblioblog Top 50 and the ranking is based on total number of unique visitors. Continue reading for the list. Technorati Tags: bible, blog, biblical studies

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I just preached on Ruth and Boaz

I preached this morning at Stromness Baptist Church despite feeling a flu coming on. A few themes emerged as I told this story about the barley harvest in Bethlehem. Yes, harvest festival is around the corner and the projectionist already had some slides of barley on the screen as backup for the worship. Seemed appropriate…

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Mark Driscoll’s R-Rated Study Bible and 11 more.

Internet Monk has a hilarious list of a dozen study bibles that should be released later this year. At least, they should be. Don’t take him too seriously. HT: Todd Rhoades where I stole this picture. “The Mark Driscoll R-Rated Study Bible for Dudes. Freak out your reformed Baptist friends with Mark Driscoll’s comedic, rude…

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Gutenberg and the Press that Made the Bible

Recreating the printing press that Gutenberg likely used to print his famous 42 line Bible on a short TV series now on YouTube. Thanks to the people in my Yahoo letterpress printers group for the links. BTW – I managed to get my printer into my print shop last week after breaking down a wall.…

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Bible App – A Bible Quiz

Bible App is a Bible verse quiz and its pretty good. But its really lonely here at the top. Anyone want to challenge me? UPDATE: Actually – its too easy. I am giving up because its nearly midnight and i am getting delirious. Technorati Tags: bible study tools

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Visualizing the Bible

My geeky web-designing friend Joshua Rudd sent me a cool link this morning. Visualizing the Bible by Chris Harrison. The image below is from the various cross references.

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Bible Study Tools from Christianity.com

The good people at Christianity.com have me know that a beta version of their Bible Study tools is now available online at bible.christianity.com. Apparently you can customize your Bible, write notes, and highlight it with colors which means that some of my über-reformed friends can now create their own Red Letter Version of the Bible…

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The Gospel According to Czechs

More emerging church people in the newspapers. This time a Bible translator and church planter. Listen to how this newspaper describes the birth of their first community . . . “Soon enough, a group of bohemians and artists was meeting at Katka’s studio, rapidly converting to a Christianity that lacked denomination or doctrine — an…

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Net Bible is CopyLeft

NEW: NextBible (beta version) is an online learning environment connected with bible.org. Today I am putting the words of Jesus to be read against a Sigor Ros video and I am using the Word version (free download) of the Most Trustworthy Net Bible. I use the big black Net Bible at home for study (only…

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Inerrancy: Who Let the Dogs Out?

If you have been meaning to get a handle on the issue of biblical inerrancy in a post-Enlightenment world, a window of opportunity has just opened. I mentioned yesterday that Dr Dan Wallace, under criticism of heresy from a commenter on the Pyromaniac blog, has published an excellent paper called “My Take on Inerrancy“. In…

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Esther: 7 Parties and the Old Guy with a Mullet

This week is Stromness Shopping Week – probably the biggest week of the year for our little town. Tourists everywhere and a heavy schedule of events. Last year, on the last and great day of the Shopping Week, I preached on Jesus at the Feast of Tabernacles (John 7). This year, having been asked again…

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