5 Different Ways of Blogging Through the Bible: Idea #31
Blogging provides a platform to share one’s Bible reading with the public and that can add an extra splash of motivation too. Found these 5 several different ways of blogging through the Bible:
One chapter a day through the whole Bible.
Courtney (at Women Living Well Ministries) started Blogging Through the Bible in August 2014, going back and forth between the Old Testament and the New Testament. She most recently just finished the book of Proverbs.
JBen at thewholedangthing.wordpress.com is blogging his thoughts and reflections after studying a chapter with his Bible reading using the “Inductive Manuscript” method. Not necessarily every day. And by his calculations, it’ll take him 6 years to complete. The description at his blog: “Blogging through the Bible with irreverent reverence.”
The whole Bible in one year.
A different reason for reading and blogging through the Bible.
You don’t have to be a devout Christian to have motivation for blogging through the Bible. Back in 2007, one of the editors at Slate Magazine read and blogged through the Bible, describing himself this way: “I have always been a proud Jew, but never a terribly observant one… Like many lax but well-educated Jews (and Christians), I have long assumed I knew what was in the Bible—more or less.” David Plotz read the Bible more out of intrigue and curiosity. He not only blogged, he also wrote a book about his Bible-blogging journey— Good Book: The Bizarre, Hilarious, Disturbing, Marvelous, and Inspiring Things I Learned When I Read Every Single Word of the Bible.
Are you a blogger? How would you blog through the Bible?
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