New Testament Overview Videos This is a gift from BibleRoads – a New Testament overview video in about thirty minutes, free. We hope many will take advantage of watching it, tell your friends, use it in Sunday School with your iPad or laptop, start a BibleRoads study program with it providing helpful background, etc. The goal […]
Why Resurrection Cover-ups Failed
Cover-ups have a bad historical track record for one reason: people talk! While that might ...
Gethsemane: Holy Place of Prayer
Gethsemane– a word almost universally recognized and filled with meaning like few others—is the subject ...
Debate over Jesus’ burial and resurrection site: The Holy Sepulchre or The Garden Tomb?
Visiting Jerusalem as a Christian pilgrim and searching for the site where Jesus was buried ...
The Dead Sea Scrolls at Qumran: Why they’re important
Most Bible students are familiar with the archaeological discovery in 1947* of the Dead Sea ...
Why Jesus’ baptism is told differently
The fact that our New Testament contains four Gospels by four writers with four viewpoints ...
How the Beatitudes come alive on a Galilean Hill
There are few places in Israel more ‘ground zero’ to Christianity than the Mt. of ...
Christ Jesus’ home at Capernaum
Welcome to another video blog from a recent trip to Israel. Here I talk about ...
Visiting Caesarea Philippi: Place of Jesus’ most important ‘quiz’.
Welcome to another video blog from a recent trip to Israel. This is one of ...
Sailing on the iconic Sea of Galilee
One of the most loved sights of the Gospel’s many locations is the Sea of ...
Unlock the New Testament with an Overview…
…or at least open the door ajar! Establishing a big picture perspective of the Bible ...
Greetings! This month’s vlog is a reverse of what we normally do. Instead of sharing thoughts with you, we hope you will share your thoughts with us at BibleRoads. We are eager to hear about your experiences in using our Bible study tools and to learn where we can help improve your journey in the […]
Does AI (Artificial Intelligence) Trump the Bible?
Have you ever been doing your everyday routine, then something you’ve never heard of comes powering along, seemingly out of nowhere, and suddenly appears everywhere? That’s how ChatGPT has struck me and probably millions of others in the last few months. Who had ever heard of it a year ago? SHARE this message […]
Choices and Detours in a New Year
Maybe you, like millions of others, drove to an airport this holiday season. My local one is both huge and new to me, which doesn’t make either entering or exiting easy! After I picked up a friend, I looked for the freeway I needed and was amazed to count nine exits before I finally found […]
Celebrating the Christmas Story with Luke
This Christmas talk is Luke’s unique look at the birth story, containing such special moments as the faithful Simeon’s first glimpse at the long-awaited Messiah, as captured so brilliantly in this Rembrandt painting done the last year of his life. The two evangelists, Matthew and Luke, are the only two writers of the four Gospels […]
How a Vacation Trip Revealed a Surprise
Vacations are designed for relaxing, seeing beautiful vistas, and for enjoying memorable times with good friends. I was recently on a trip to Germany and the Czech Republic, where all those elements were present—and then some! But the biggest takeaway was completely unexpected. And I can’t quit thinking about it. SHARE this message with your […]
Game-changing Quid Pro Quos
I like the Latin phrase ”quid pro quo.” It sounds kind of cool, even though it’s just a fancy way of saying ”something for something” or, more colloquially, ”this for that.” You’ve probably done a lot of quid pro quos in your life. Every contract is based on a quid pro quo, from signing up […]