New Website to Foster Biblical Literacy: “Bible Fluency”

A new website has been launched combat declining biblical literacy.  It is an effort led by Professor Kenneth Berding of Biola University.  From the “About” section of the website:

Bible Fluency is a free learning program for those who desire to know the Bible but don’t know how to find their way around it!

Our vision is to come alongside churches, Bible societies, schools, and other groups to address head-on a growing epidemic—biblical illiteracy.  We who have worked on this project believe that no one should accept the status quo where people know so little about the Bible they claim to believe.  The fluency program employs high-quality music, visuals, flashcards, workbooks, small group activities, and much more to equip people to recognize and locate the Bible’s 400 most important events, characters, and themes.  Someone who has gone through the program will instantly be able to recall that the story of Abraham is in Genesis, the “suffering servant” is described by Isaiah, the parable of the Good Samaritan is recorded in Luke—not Matthew, Mark, or John—and “faith apart from works is dead” is in the letter of James.

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Update on Brian LePort and the Near Emmaus Blog

Brian,

1) Do you post somewhere what led you to end the blogging?

2) Are you blogging anywhere else currently? Or do you have plans to do so?

3) My blog had linked to a number of your posts, and they are now showing up as broken links. Is there a standard change to your URL syntax that would allow me to repair the links, presuming you have only moved and not deleted the original content?

Mike:

(1) Yes, I did here:http://nearemmaus.wordpress.com/2014/05/15/the-end-of-this-blog-is-near/

(2) I do have a lesser used blog at brianleport.com and I will be contributing occasionally to Bible Study and the Christian Life:http://biblestudyandthechristianlife.com

(3) The links are broken because we lost the URL nearemmaus.com (lost story, but briefly explained here: https://nearemmaus.wordpress.com/2014/06/20/how-to-use-this-blog/) The only way to fix them would be to find the post under their nearemmaus.wordpress.com URL by date.

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