Whatever else it is, biblical studies focuses on the Bible—irrespective (for the moment) of that corpus’s scope is defined.

So, as an emerging biblical scholar, you have several excellent reasons to read the Bible regularly.

Unfortunately, papers to grade or write get in the way. Pressing deadlines and piles of scholarly literature often limit the time we spend in the biblical text.

But you don’t have to be the clichéd biblical scholar who forgets to read the Bible widely and carefully. With just a few minutes a day, you can keep yourself moving through the biblical text.

To get started, sign up below to receive a free reading plan—the same one my students and I are using. And you’ll have a roadmap to use to deepen your familiarity with the biblical text.

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