Slow to Anger

What does it mean to say that God is slow to anger? In the Bible, God’s anger is a just response to human evil, which is motivated by God’s justice and love. In this video, we’ll explore God’s anger and justice in the biblical story and see how it all leads to Jesus. View more resources on Slow to Anger: - Explore Character of God: - Study Notes: - Blog: #BibleProject #CharacterofGod #Anger

Who is Jesus?

Who was Jesus and what was his message of God’s Kingdom really about? Check out our latest Bible Basics video, Who is Jesus? #BibleProject #Jesus #Bible

Choosing a Bible Translation

There are so many translations of the Bible, but which one is best? Check out our latest Bible Basics video to understand how to approach choosing a translation. #BibleProject #Bible #BibleVideo

History of Bible Translation

Have you ever wondered about the earliest translations of the Bible? Get a quick introduction to the history of biblical translations with our latest Bible Basics video. #BibleProject #Bible #BibleBasics

The Test

Why does God test people? In this video we trace the repeated theme of testing in the Bible and see how God determines the loyalty and trust of his covenant partners. Though these tests are rarely easy, they offer God’s people important opportunities for growth and transformation. View more resources on The Test: - Explore The Test: - Study Notes: - Blog: #BibleProject #TheTest #BibleVideo


What does it mean to say that the God of the Bible is gracious? In this video, we’ll look at the Hebrew words for grace and understand it to be a rich concept that has profound implications for how we see God. When we look to the biblical meaning of grace and understand God as gracious, we see a God who loves to give generous gifts to undeserving people. View more resources on Grace: - Grace Study Notes: - Grace Script References: - Podcast: The Uniquely Biblical View of Grace: - Explore the Character of God series: #BibleProject #CharacterofGod #Grace


Compassion is a deeply emotional word used to convey the strong bond between a parent and their child. In this video, we look at this rich Hebrew word, the first one God uses to describe himself in Exodus 34:6-7. God is portrayed as a compassionate parent throughout Scripture—both as a mother and a father, and his compassion is embodied in the person of Jesus. #Compassion #BibleProject #BibleVideo

Season 7 Preview: Family of God

Have you ever wondered why the Bible describes God’s people as a unified family? This can be even more confusing when you consider that the earliest followers of Jesus were from different backgrounds and cultures. The family of God is a key biblical theme, and it’s what we’ll look at in one of our upcoming videos for Season 7. #BibleProject #FamilyofGod #BibleVideo

Season 7 Preview: Visual Commentary - Genesis 1

The opening pages of the Bible set up key themes and patterns that inform the entire story of the Bible. In one of our upcoming videos for Season 7, we take a closer look at the literary design of Genesis 1. It’s the first video in a new series that we’re calling Visual Commentary. #Genesis #BibleProject #BibleVideo

The Mind of a Researcher: Process Series

In our latest video from our Process series, we hear from Tim as he talks about devoting your life to research. It’s not for everyone, and it takes a certain type of person to obsess over details and keep asking questions. But lucky for us, Tim loves this work and continues to be fascinated by the story of the Bible. #BibleProject #BibleVideo #Process

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