The Narrative of the Bible (Part 1) Darian R. Lockett, Associate Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies, Talbot School of Theology. I worry that we unwittingly read the Bible in a jumbled way. Growing up memorizing bits of Scripture like Philippians 4:13, “I am able to do all things through him who strengthens me”; or … [Read More…]
by Robby Gallaty.
As unbelievable as it sounds, ultra-Orthodox Jews committed the entire Babylonian Talmud—all 5,422 pages of it—to memory.
You read that right. If you stuck a pin into any of its sixty-three sections, they could recite every word on the page. These feats of memory are harder … [Read more…]
The CSB Team.
The Bible is meant to be read, understood, and shared. Your translation of God’s Word should be true-to-the-original and the one you like to read. That’s why we’re excited to introduce the Christian Standard Bible.
The CSB captures the Bible’s original meaning without … [Read more…]