“Bible Literacy Crisis!”“How to Promote Bible Literacy at Home”“How to Improve Your Biblical Literacy” Everywhere you look, literacy is touted as the primary goal for Bible engagement. And while literacy is certainly important, it’s only partway to an even more important objective. On this episode, Paul, Glenn, and Alex discuss literacy as it relates to […]
About Alex Goodwin
Alex Goodwin got his Marketing degree from Virginia Tech in 2012 and promptly moved west to Colorado, where he joined the Institute when it was a part of Biblica. He served as a project manager until the Institute became independent in 2016, transitioning into a leadership role overseeing all marketing and communications. He co-hosts The Bible Reset podcast and also assists with the editorial, resource development, and fundraising functions of IFBR. Alex currently lives in Black Forest, CO.
Holy Week is coming up. All too often we have a habit of skipping from Palm Sunday to Good Friday, concluding that the whole point of the week was “Jesus dying for my sins.” The cross is certainly not less than this, but it also so much more. The days and events leading up to […]
Wrapping up our series on the Bible’s story, Dr. Glenn Packiam joins us to explore what it looks like to live the story in real life. Rather than mechanical obedience, the Bible’s unfinished story invites us to faithfully improvise our parts in the drama today. Connect with Glenn on Facebook or Twitter Glenn’s Books:Worship and […]
Jesus is the interpretive key that pulls all of the Bible’s narrative threads together into himself. In order to read the Bible well, we need to read every inch of it – including the First Testament and the non-gospel New Testament books – through the Jesus Lens. Reading Backwards by Richard B. Hays: https://amzn.to/3usreTu Join […]
Now that we have an overview of the Bible’s big 6-Act Story, how can we read individual stories and passages with a proper understanding of their place within the story? Today we take a look at the Ten Commandments and a well-known phrase from the Sermon on the Mount and reframe them in their proper […]