Whether a person is new to studying God’s Word or a seasoned Christian BibleProject has videos, classes, and podcasts for every level of understanding. For example, they have created introduction videos like “The Story of the Bible,” and “What Is The Bible?”
Additional themes include the Creation Series, Royal Priesthood Series, and more. BibleProject also features Word Studies, Old and New Testament Overviews, Book Collections, and Visual Commentaries. The animated “videos are short visual illustrations that show how the Bible is a unified story that leads to Jesus Christ.” These videos are free to access, watch, and learn more about the greatest book ever written, God’s Holy Bible.
Jesus invites you: “Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls.” Matthew 11:29 (NIV)
The BibleProject Classroom currently has nine titles, with another four in production. Most classes like “1 Corinthians,” “Exodus Overview, and “Heaven and Earth” are 14 to 15 hours long. The shortest, “Art of Biblical Words,” is three hours.
These self-paced classes are not meant to be a replacement for formal graduate work or seminary. Nonetheless, students receive a downloadable digital certificate after they have completed a full course.
“All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting, and training in righteousness so that the servant of God my be thoroughly equipped for good work.” Timothy 3:16-17 (NIV)
My sister-in-Christ Barbara B. praises BibleProject, “I’ve been following Christ for 56 years. The older I get, the greater my love for Jesus and God’s Word gets. The Bible is God’s love letter to me, but I have questions. Recently, I found The Bible Project. They are illuminating and inspiring. In their podcasts, overviews, videos, and classes, they take timeless truths and freely share them in timely presentations that are clear, intelligent, and relevant. So many questions have been answered, and they also inspire me to search for more answers from God, the Father. I strongly recommend you don’t give up asking God questions and seeking the answers. The Bible Project is an incredible place to find those treasured answers.”
Another review from Priscilla G.: I love the study notes that show the literal-literary design of Scripture. It allows you to see symmetries, patterns, and contrasts that would be otherwise hard to see from just reading Scripture in prose form in the Bible.”
Coco G. offers more praise: “I love having seminary-level learning without homework deadlines or student loans.” Finally, Neil H. said: “BibleProject Classroom has completely changed the way I read my Bible and, in many ways, my faith as a whole.”
According to its website: BibleProject is a nonprofit and crowdfunded organization. They produce 100% free Bible videos, podcasts, blogs, classes, and educational Bible resources. “Our mission is to help people experience the Bible as a unified story that leads to Jesus.” As a nonprofit, they depend on donations to continue increasing their library of classes, videos, etc., and to bring more people access to high-quality Biblical education.
Written by Cathy Milne-Ware
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