Dec 7, 2020

How to Read Different Parts of the Bible

We refer to the Bible as if it is one book, but it’s actually made up of 66 books written independently by multiple authors in multiple styles. So, how do we navigate reading the Bible comprehensively with so much variation? Today, we break down how to understand what you’re reading and how handle the three main literary styles you’ll encounter.


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Bible & Stuff is a podcast about the Bible—and stuff. Hosts Tanner and Glen discuss the Bible, theology, and Christian history in a fun, approachable way.



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