Category# Sub­cate­gories# Articles
Pentateuch (General)4
Historical Books (General)
Wisdom Literature (General)2
Prophetic Books (General)16
Minor Prophets2

The Bible Story Handbook – Why Do We Teach Bible Stories?

This Introduction provides a guide for reading the narrative sections of the Old Testament. It directs readers to the main reasons for telling these stories. Further, it considers the question whether there is a right or wrong way to read and use Bible stories. Finally, it reflects on how to read the narratives within the bigger picture of the Bible.

A Biblical-Theological Introduction to the Old Testament – Introduction

The Bible is not a self-help guide, a religious encyclopaedia, a history textbook, a story, a legal code, a collection of ancient letters, or a religious handbook. Rather, the Bible is the testimony of God’s good news in Jesus Christ. The Introduction explores what it means to read the Bible to ascertain the main themes and theology of each book while also demonstrating that the Old Testament has a covenantal framework, a kingdom perspective, and Christ at its centre.