Acts Ch. 1-7

The book of Acts shows how God fulfilled His ancient promises to restore His blessing to all the nations through the offspring of Abraham: Jesus of Nazareth.

The Art of Biblical Poetry

Did you know that a third of the Bible is ancient Israelite poetry? Poetry is a rich and artistic form of human communication, but often the most difficult to read.

Word Study: Pesha - "Transgression"

"Transgression" is one of those Bible words that seems clear until you have to explain it to somebody. In this video, we'll explore the fascinating and ...

Exile

Exile is one of the core, yet often overlooked, themes underlying the entire Biblical storyline. In this video, we'll see how Israel's exile to Babylon is a picture of all humanity's exile...

Read Scripture: TaNaK / Old Testament

Watch our Read Scripture video on the overview of the Old Testament, also known as the Hebrew Bible, or the TaNaK. This video breaks down the literary design of the entire Old Testament and...

Design Patterns in Biblical Narrative

Design patterns are one of the key ways the biblical authors have unified the storyline of the Bible. Individual stories across the Old and New Testaments have been coordinated through repeated...

The Bible Project Podcast: Exile Series

In this video, Tim and Jon discuss the inception of The Bible Project podcast and touch on why Exile is such a critical, yet often overlooked, theme in the Bible. You can catch up on all of...

Word Study: Khata - "Sin"

The word “sin” is one of the most common bad words in the Bible, but what does it really mean? In this video, we'll explore the concept of “moral failure” that ...

Setting in Biblical Narrative

Every story has to take place somewhere, and very often locations have a special meaning or significance evoked by events that already took place there.

Word Study: Me'od - "Strength"

What does it mean to love God "with all of your strength"? In this final installment of our videos on the Shema, we explore the Hebrew word underneath this phrase.

Character in Biblical Narrative

Most of us think of characters in Bible as either sinners or saints, good or bad. At least that's how Bible stories are presented to children.

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