Year: 2013

You Already Know . . .

Sitting with a few friends over lunch, we talked about reading Scripture. Our little band was made up of an elder from a local church, a Bible teacher, a mission administrator, and a president of a Asian seminary and Bible college. Our conversation turned to the...

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And The Spirit’s Part?

Although a great deal The River's focus is to help people read and understand the Bible, it is not merely a "natural" thing we do. Our reading Scripture is not simply a matter of applying ourselves to the task of reading. Although the goal of reading the Bible...

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Why Not Just Read the Bible?

So many Bible study books, with long chapters and multiplied “principles,” imply you need to master some specific content before you can feel confident that you could actually read the Bible. It’s not that there aren’t principles to be learned, but too often the...

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Scripture is Foundational

After the resurrection, two of those who had been following Jesus for some time were on their way from Jerusalem back to their home in Emmaus. They weren’t part of the inner circle of twelve, but they were readily identified as “disciples” of Jesus (Luke 24:13–35)...

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Undoing Bible Myths

There are a couple of prominent “myths” about reading the Bible that seem to get in the way of Christians becoming good readers of Scripture. The first myth: “The Bible is very difficult to understand.” This myth summarizes the idea that the Bible is so difficult...

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Some Upcoming Courses

202407mar6:30 pm8:30 pmPaul on Spiritual GiftsThursday evenings, Mar 7 and 146:30 pm - 8:30 pm Event Type :Online Course

202412mar6:30 pm8:30 pmThe Resurrection AccountsMarch 12, 6:30 pm (EST)6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Event Type :Online Course