A few years ago I started an outline for combining the parallel passages of the Old Testament using outlines from Zondervan’s NASB study Bible. I found it fascinating that different authors were writing about the same events and that the Bible was about actual history, but I left it unfinished for a long time. It is a rather large task. About a year later I wrote down the same sort of thing for the Gospel harmony, out of “The Life of Christ in Stereo” by Cheney. That’s just the sort of thing I enjoy doing.
I later returned to my outline and decided it was so cool, I should make it available to everyone, and the Bible Narrative Project was born New Years Day, 2011. The outline is available here (updated 12/29/11), and is in mostly chronological order. The fruits of 2011′s labors can be seen here, where the “blendings” have been cleaned up for a year in review presentation. Tentative plans for 2012, better labelled a wish list, can be found below the blendings. Eventually I’d love to hold the narrative in my hands. I haven’t attempted to print the entire Bible…and won’t until the project is complete. At least I have eternity :)