Bible Elements Project

The Bible Elements Project answers the need for relatable and jargon-free guidance on reading the Bible. Materials focus on the gap between foundational material for new believers and expert-level commentaries. The primary audience are youth and adults trying to make sense of this ancient text without having to attend a seminary. Quite a few teachers use these materials with their students. The theological perspective is Reformed and more specifically redemptive-historical.

There are genre guides like "How to Read Old Testament Law." There are book overviews like "About Isaiah." There are also topical guides like "Wasting Money on Beauty" that focus on a particular passage. Additionally, there are interactive maps and book outlines for every book of the Bible. Most content is available in video, audio, and text formats. Podcasts are also available.

GoalPublish accessible guides for understanding the Bible
WebsiteBible Elements
ServesThose who want accessible and focused Christian education materials. Serves a lot of people in rural and international areas where similar materials are less accessible or even publicly forbidden. Examples:
  • Muscat, Oman
  • Lanzhou, China
  • Yalıhüyük District, Turkey
  • Happy Valley Goose Bay, Labrador, Canada
  • North Platte, Nebraska
LaunchedAugust 2017
ManagerMatt Carter
FutureContinue writing, editing, and producing
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