Calvin's In 1534, Calvin’s cousin, Pierre Robert Olivétan, translated the Bible into French from the Hebrew and Greek. Calvin wrote this letter as a preface, around a year after his conversion to evangelicalism.
Martin Luther teaches us what to look for and expect in the Gospels in this short piece from vol. 35 of his Works.
Norman Geisler examines the
Ron Frost encourages us to make this the year we take up Bible reading in a way we'd never imagined before.
C. H. Spurgeon's encouragement to read the Bible for comfort, nourishment, guidance, and 'a thousand helps'.
Mike Reeves encourages us to get into theology for ourselves tooled up with the Bible and the Holy Spirit's help.
Dan Hames explores the way Old Testament people, events, and practices prefigure and preach Jesus and his work of salvation.
Peter Mead meditates on the significance of Jesus' identity as a 'Nazarene', showing us the comfort and assurance that He is God with us.
Andrew Wilson asks how Jesus understood the trustworthiness of the Bible in this extract from his book, 'Unbreakable'.
Dan Hames asks Andrew Wilson where to start when we want to understand the Bible.