A variety of pastors and teachers from Pleasant Hills Church will team up to give you a better understanding of how we got the Bible we read week after week, day after day. Our hope is that this class will give you more confidence that the Bible is the reliable, authoritative Word of God.
"Modern Bibles are divided into chapters and verses, but the biblical scrolls were written to be read aloud, meditated on, and memorized as one continuous work. In this video, we introduce you to movements—groups of stories or poems the original authors arranged together to form a meaningful whole."
"The biblical story is connected by repeated words or ideas that we call links. In this video, we explain how links work and invite you to practice following them through biblical movements..."
"Reading the Bible aloud with a group of people is an ancient practice. In fact, the origins of the Bible are deeply rooted in the public reading of Scripture. Explore with us the origins and development of this fascinating biblical topic, and how it offers us a model for engaging the Scriptures in our own day."
"Can we trust the books of the New Testament? How does the New Testament fair historically when compared with other ancient works?"
The Image Above Represents Every Cross Reference Depicted in the Bible.