READING AND DOING IN BEREA

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  • Searching The Scriptures
    There are lots of these out here in computer land. What makes this one different? It is not flashy or graphically active, nor is it loaded with people who know everything. You won't find all the answers to every problem, because that is God's territory. Here is a group of people who care, and we simply offer whatever understanding of the Word we have for the hopeful benefit of others.
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    Last post by Bruce Bertram View the latest post
    Sat Nov 05, 2011 1:01 pm
  • Manna
    This part of Berea is organized around an annual Bible reading schedule of the first five books of the OT and the first five of the NT. Like manna from heaven, His Word is the Bread of Life, and as we 'eat it' on a daily basis it nourishes us and makes us grow. We borrowed the framework from a schedule that is common in many congregations or synagogues because it seems to work well. The schedule is divided into about 61 fixed topics in a set order (one for each week, plus God's feasts) using a Hebrew title, the English transliteration of the name, and the Bible section.

    Comments or personal insights on anything in that section of Scripture are welcome, as are links to other commentaries or related articles. Jump in!
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    Last post by Bruce Bertram View the latest post
    Fri Jun 29, 2012 9:46 am
  • Word Studies
    Share with us your studies on particular biblical words here. We'd prefer to see your own studies, but links or quotes for other studies are okay too. Word studies can be a little tedious, but seeing how words are used in different sections of the Bible is a huge help in understanding the Word as a whole.
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    Wed Jul 09, 2008 11:58 am
  • Books or Courses
    In here we discuss books we have read both fiction and non-fiction. They don't have to be directly related to religion or the Bible or a particular faith, though they should be productive or edifying. But that doesn't mean just 'serious' books because entertainment can be productive or edifying also. "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy."

    We also discuss courses of study that contribute to our understanding of the Word as well as to prepare for leadership. These might be on CD or DVD or just printed, or a combination of all formats. It could be a college course or a one-time seminar.
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