In today’s episode, we pick back up our series on Bible literacy. The two of us chat about five consequences of Bible illiteracy that we should all be aware of. We hope this episode challenges and blesses you.
In this Episode You’ll Hear:
- The consequences of Bible illiteracy
- Temptations and tests of our Bible literacy
- What causes us to assume the character God
- Why our theology matters
- You cannot love what you do not know
- How we can rightly see ourselves
- The process of understanding God’s will
- An exhortation to create a mission statement
- Why we pursue knowledge, insight, and wisdom
- How Bible literacy and the Great Commission fit together
- We can’t be disciples if we don’t know God’s Word
- Why we don’t delight in God anymore
- Encouragement to start somewhere in scripture memory
- Episode 3: Bible Literacy within the Family
- 5 Consequences of Bible Illiteracy
- Have You Ever Thought About Why God Saved You?
- Episode 4: Establishing Your Family’s Philosophy of Ministry with Jay and Joy Wright
- Live for Him: A Grace-Filled Look at Planning by Leigh Ann Dutton
- Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands by Paul David Tripp
- A Scripture Memory System that Works for Kids & Adults
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