The Royal Priesthood

After Jesus’ disciples receive the Holy Spirit, they become God’s temple and the physical embodiment of Jesus on Earth. The New Testament writers show us that followers of Jesus carry the responsibility to live as royal priests forward into eternity, reclaiming the lost calling God gave humanity to represent him and rule the world on his behalf. An…read more

Announcing the BibleProject App

Learn more and pre-download at Get ready for a new journey through an ancient story on the new BibleProject app. Experience the Bible on a guided reading journey with interactive access to our full library of videos and podcasts.

A BibleProject Announcement

Join Tim, Jon, and other BibleProject team members as they reflect on the last seven years of BibleProject and look forward to the future. This conversation includes an exciting announcement about BibleProject’s plans for 2022 and beyond, including the launch of the BibleProject app on January 1, 2022. Learn more:

The Project Continues

Something BIG is happening on December 10. You won’t want to miss it. Follow this link to find out more:

John 1

John begins his Gospel account by introducing Jesus as the Word of God, echoing the opening chapters of Genesis, where God created life through his spoken word. This beginning was good, but when God’s creatures rejected his instructions, all creation spiraled into death. The world needed a new beginning, so God's divine word spoke again, but this time, the word became a human named Jesus. #BibleProject #John1 #VisualCommentary

Abraham and Melchizedek Q+R

Why did Abraham own a slave? Tim and Jon respond to your questions from the The Royal Priest series in a Q+R video. Thanks for watching! #BibleProject #Priest

Jesus the Royal Priest

After humanity’s failure as the royal priests of Eden, God promises that one of their descendants will intervene on their behalf to restore the blessings of Eden. Throughout Israel’s story, God raises up leaders to be this royal priest, but they all fall short. But their stories point forward to the ultimate royal priest, Jesus. In this video, we’ll explore how Jesus is the ultimate king and priest who invites humans back into Eden so that we can once again take up our calling as God’s royal priests. #BibleProject #Jesus #Priest

David the Priestly King

By the time Israel becomes a nation, their priesthood is already totally corrupt. So the people ask for a king to lead them and God anoints David. In this video, we’ll explore David’s role as a priestly king and his failure to live up to this calling. The story of David ultimately points to the arrival of Jesus, the true royal priest who will bring the blessings of Eden and restore humans to their divine calling. For more information on David the Priestly King, check out the following resources: -David the Priestly King Study Notes: -David the Priestly King Script References: -David the Priestly King blog: -David the Priestly King podcast: #BibleProject #KingDavid #Priest

Moses and Aaron

After God appoints Moses to confront Pharaoh and lead the Israelites out of slavery, they come to Mount Sinai, where God invites them to become “a kingdom of priests.” But things do not go as planned for the Israelites. In this video, we explore the beginning of the failed priesthood and the need for the ultimate royal priest, who will intercede on behalf of his people and offer his life for the failures of others. For more information on Moses and Aaron, check out the following resources: -Moses and Aaron Study Notes: -Moses and Aaron Script References: -Moses and Aaron blog: -Moses and Aaron podcast: #BibleProject #TheRoyalPriest #Moses #Aaron

Royal Priests of Eden Question and Response

Why did God favor Abel’s offering over Cain’s? Tim and Jon collected questions after finishing The Royal Priest series and respond in a brief video. Thanks for watching! Referenced Resource: The Genealogical Adam and Eve: An interview with Dr. S. Joshua Swamidass:

Psalm 148

Psalm 148 is a call for the whole cosmos to praise God. In the climactic conclusion of Psalm 148, we read that Israel should praise God because he has raised a horn for them. But what’s the deal with this horn? And why is God lifting it up? In this video, we explore how Psalm 148 fits into the overall story of the book of Psalms—the story of God’s promise to raise up a king who will bring victory to Israel and rescue the world. For more information on Psalm 148, check out the following resources: -Psalm 148 Study Notes: -Psalm 148 Script References: -Psalm 148 blog: -Psalm 148 podcast: #BibleProject #Psalm #Praise

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