Two free video-based studies on this page:
- 13 Lesson Study of Luke-Acts (13 videos x 3min each)
- 40 Things Everybody Should Know About the Bible (40 videos x 15 min each)
“3Minute Bible” Study: Luke-Acts in 13 Lessons is a free course: the whole of Luke-Acts in a combined total of 39 minutes!
(If you see a login button on this page to the right, or at the bottom, ignore it for this class. That is only needed for the 40 Things class below.)
These 13 lessons are free and were part of a “3Minute Bible” project. Each video is only 3 minutes long. This was designed to be one video each week for 13 weeks in which you then would read the assigned sections during that week. Each link below gives the video and assignments if you want to follow that study.
Feel free to leave comments after each video about that video. If you want to contact us for other reasons, please click the contact tab in the top navigation bar.
INDEX OF LESSONS
001–Luke-Acts 101 — Holy Spirit
——(The first video promises a study of the whole NT. Not the case here.)
002–Luke-Acts 101 — Luke 1-5
003–Luke-Acts 101 — Luke 1-9
004–Luke-Acts 101 — Luke 9-19–Preview
005–Luke-Acts 101 — Luke 9-19
006–Luke-Acts 101 — Luke 20-24
007–Luke-Acts 101 — Acts-HS
008–Luke-Acts 101 — Acts 1-5
009–Luke-Acts 101 — Acts 6-12
010–Luke-Acts 101 — Acts 13-17
011–Luke-Acts 101 — Acts 16-19
012–Luke-Acts 101 — Acts 20-24
013–Luke-Acts 101 — Acts 25-28
2. 40 Things
40 Things Everybody Should Know about the Bible is a FREE video course.
- Available right now—–Get started below.
- About 15 minutes each
- For private or group study
- You can give feedback below each video if you like.
Intro to the Series
This series is FREE for everyone. The end of the following video says $1—–ignore that. Send the following link to anyone:
40 Things Everybody Should Know About the Bible is the original “signature” or “flagship” course offered by IABC. It is NOT a Bible study; it is, rather, a study about the Bible. It promotes a very high view of the Bible; and yet it challenges whether most Christians actually believe the lofty things they say about it. It also challenges some of the views held, and offers a biblical alternative. This course will challenge you to think about how you understand the Bible, Scripture, canon, inspiration, and revelation. You will be able to reply to each lesson, if you like.This is a study series, not a devotional. It was designed to be done in 40 weeks, but you choose your own pace.
You should know up front that this is not a standard approach. For some Christians, some lessons may be a jolting look at some realities about the Bible as we have it. We are not at all apologetic about this: we just want you aware that those lessons might be uncomfortable for some. One of our main goals is to put readers in touch with issues about the Bible that all Christians should know.
IABC/CWP members are already enrolled. For all others, to get this course, you must enroll (at no cost). Once enrolled, you’ll receive a username and password, which you want to keep handy. If you have already enrolled, just login (top right, or if on a cell phone, scroll down for the login button).
Once logged in, the videos will appear below the Index of Lessons.
INDEX OF LESSONS
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Want More from Bible Study?
(A message from Gary D. Collier, director of IABC)
“If you are looking for “more” out of Bible study, I want to talk to you. Please contact me directly. I’ve already written a personal message on the home page, so I won’t repeat it. Just know this: We are looking for people who want more out of bible study. And our number one goal is to challenge you!
Gary D. Collier
Institute for the Art of Biblical Conversation
(home of the Coffee With Paul Bible reading project
and of the GNT3 Greek translation project)
The login and menu on the right under “Getting Started” (or, if you are on a cell phone, it is below) are for members of the Institute for the Art of Biblical Conversation. The first 2 items might be of interest to you. The best way to find out about us is to read the home page (and watch the videos), and then click through the navigation tabs at the top and bottom of each page.