Week 16 - Bible Project Video class

If you're like me, you could always use more wisdom. Biblical wisdom literature -- Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Job -- offers a surprising and unified message about what it means to live a good life. This week we'll begin with Proverbs, and also learn more about how to read and understand biblical poetry.


So don't be a wise guy, but spend some time with the wise guys of Scripture this week. See you next time!


Book of the Week - Proverbs

The book of Proverbs shares short sayings of God's wisdom. They remind us to fear the Lord and offer practical instructions on how we can live well.


Widsom series #1 - proverbs

Proverbs is a collection of wisdom from generations of godly people. Dig into this book made for a lifetime of reading and contemplation.


Study of the Week - HTRB: Poetic metaphor

Understanding poetic metaphor used by the biblical authors to communicate complex ideas will help us read biblical poetry with more insight.

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