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Thu 8 Nov 2018 @ 16:36
Hymns written during or influenced by the #FirstWorldWar - read the stories behind them in the Canterbury Dictionar… https://t.co/78gBC40TiB
Author(s): Marek Zabriskie
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The Bible Challenge is an invitation to journey with fellow believers from across the world and across the Anglican Communion through the entire length and breadth of the Bible, and to experience the full sweep of the biblical record in the course of a single year. For each of 365 days, there is a selection of readings comprising Old Testament, Psalm and New Testament passages, insightful commentary by one of a hundred theologians and church leaders from around the Anglican Communion, a prayer for the day and questions for reflection.
UK contributors include: Justin Welby, Nick Baines, Rosalind Brown, Jeffrey John, Archbishop Barry Morgan, Mark Oakley, June Osborne, Martyn Percy, Emma Percy, Michael Perham, Stephen Platten and others. The Bible Challenge is supported by a website www.thecenterborbiblicalstudies.org and its international advisory board includes Rowan Williams, Paula Gooder, David Ford, Graham Tomlin and many senior figures from around the Anglican world.
Marek Zabriskie is Rector of St. Thomas' Episcopal Church, Fort Washington, Pennsylvania and Founder and Executive Director of The Bible Challenge and The Center for Biblical Studies.
'This project in Bible reading is enormously important for the church, its faith, and its missional vitality. In a time of cultural confusion and anxiety, the recovery of the biblical tradition is an important enterprise. I anticipate that much gain for the faithfulness of the Church will come from our common reading.' -- Dr Walter Brueggemann 'The great imperative facing the Church right now is retuning all of us - clergy and laity, natal and new Christian, disaffected believer and ardent convert - to the Scripture and to a reverent, easy intimacy with what it is, as well as with what it says. The Bible Challenge exists to facilitate and effect that movement back to the grounding word of God from which we come and from which too many of us have become estranged." -- Phyllis Tickle, author of The Great Emergence