Category Archives: Bible Narrative Project

Ichthus77 2013 in retrospect

I didn’t get a lot of blogging done after the summer in 2013 because when I wasn’t helping my dad digitize his records or freelancing (those typos in the footers aren’t mine, but who’s looking, right?), I was busy helping The … Continue reading

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Bible Study Methods

I panned Rick Warren’s “Bible Study Methods” for nuggets which can be used in this Bible Narrative Project study. The emphasis will be on observing, asking questions, interpreting and applying—recording everything in a journal, and sharing at least some of it at … Continue reading

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Bible Narrative Project year-in-review :)

Those of you familiar with my Bible Narrative Project, which began January 1 of this year, might be interested in seeing the fruits of 2011’s labors.  I’m pretty happy about it, because I actually stuck to it and finished one of my huge … Continue reading

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Notes: Luke 24:36-53; Acts 1:4-14; Matthew 28:16-20; Mark 16:14-20b

Luke 24:36-53; Acts 1:4-14; Matthew 28:16-20; Mark 16:14-20b Bible Narrative Project EVENTS OF THE RESURRECTION November 18, 2011 by Linwood Kemp In the evening after the crucifixion, Joseph of Arimathea and Nicodemus took down the body of Jesus and laid it in … Continue reading

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Notes: Judges 4-5:31, Ruth 2:1-23

Judges 4-5:31, Ruth 2:1-23 Bible Narrative Project Judges: Of course I am rather partial to this Deborah character, as well as to Jael. Barak…hm…the name reminds me of Barack Obama. Ruth: Ruth is gleaning in Boaz’ field to help Naomi, and … Continue reading

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Notes: Judges 3:9-31, Ruth 1:14-22

Judges 3:9-31, Ruth 1:14-22 Bible Narrative Project Judges: The story of Ehud is one of my favorites. Dude walks right into the king’s domain and the sword goes all the way into the fat. So much bravery, so much disgustingness. Ruth: … Continue reading

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Notes: Judges 1:1-3:8, Ruth 1:1-13

Judges 1:1-3:8, Ruth 1:1-13 Bible Narrative Project Background on Ruth from the book intro link above: “The story is set in the time of the judges, a time characterized in the book of Judges as a period of religious and moral … Continue reading

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Notes: Joshua 22-24

Joshua 22-24 Bible Narrative Project Ch22: Reuben Gad and Manasseh go back across the Jordan to their agreed-upon land and set up a controversial altar, which they explain is not in place of the main altar, but only a copy … Continue reading

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Notes: Joshua 20-21

Joshua 20-21 Bible Narrative Project Ch.20: Israel is not the only people to designate cities of refuge. In “Eternity in Their Hearts” Don Richardson tells about the Yali of New Guinea and the Hawaiian “cities of refuge” of which Pu’uhonua-o-honaunau … Continue reading

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Notes: Joshua 14

Joshua 14 Bible Narrative Project Caleb asks for Hebron. It makes me chuckle, the bit about “for you heard on that day that Anakim were there”…as if to say, “Let me take this beautiful, fertile land so you don’t have … Continue reading

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