Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Reading the Bible Chronologically

I did this a few years ago (though at the time I felt compelled to come up with my own chronological plan). If you haven't ever read the bible through or haven't read it through chronologically before, I'd really recommend it. Some of the placement is speculation (putting Job after Genesis 11 for example); but it really does help put the prophets in their historical context and helped me get an understanding of the flow of the Bible story.

I know there is a study Bible called the Reese Chronological Bible for sale, but here's a link to a free chronological Bible reading plan you could print out and keep with you in your Bible.

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