The Bible Project

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The book of Psalms is the largest collection of poetry in the Bible. In this video we’ll explore the design […]

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The final week of Jesus’ life culminated in a controversial week in Jerusalem during Passover. In this video, we’ll explore […]

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In this video, we explore the mysterious promise on page three of the Bible, that a promised deliverer would one […]

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In the Bible people who have hope are very different from optimists! In this video, we’ll explore how biblical hope […]

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Iniquity is a biblical word that very few people use anymore, and even fewer people know what it means! In […]

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Watch our Read Scripture video on the overview of the New Testament. This video breaks down the literary design of […]

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In this video, we trace the origins of the word “gospel” and how it ties the story of the Old […]

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In this video, we explore the unique type of joy to which God’s people are called. It’s more than happy mood, but rather a choice to trust that God will fulfill his promises.

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This is episode 1 of an ongoing series that explores the origins, content, and purpose of the Bible. Here you’ll […]

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Is hearing and listening the same thing? This video, discover how sound entering your ear-drums isn't synonymous with "listening", at least from a biblical perspective. This video is the first installment of our Word Studies series, a six-part exploration of the ancient biblical prayer called “The Shema”.

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In this video, we explore the importance of the ancient laws in the Old Testament. Why are they in the Bible, and what do they say to followers of Jesus? We explore how they fulfilled a strategic purpose in one key phase of the biblical story, leading up to Jesus who fulfilled the law and summarized it in the call to love God and love your neighbor as yourself.

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The word “love” is one of the sloppiest words in our language, as it primarily refers to a feeling that happens to a person. In the New Testament, “love” refers to a way of treating people that was defined by Jesus himself: seeking the well-being of others regardless of their response.