Tag Archives: Jen Wilkin

Resources to Help You Study the Bible for Yourself

A couple days ago I was asked for some advice about studying the Bible. Since that subject was on my mind I decided to share some things that may be helpful to folks as they study the Word of God … Continue reading

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A “Balanced Diet” of Scripture

A helpful point from Jen Wilkin’s book, Women of the Word. After explaining a particular problem of being a biblical “picky eater,” by only reading or studying certain parts of the Bible on page 44 Wilkin writes: “All Scripture is God-breathed … Continue reading

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July Reads: Counterfeiting, Curiosity, Studying Scripture and More

I hit the books again in June, but my “to read” pile also grew exponentially. Here’s what I was reading in July. Counterfeit Gospels – Trevin Wax I’ve been reading Trevin Wax’s book rather slowly to digest the many counterfeits … Continue reading

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New Release: “Women of the Word”

Jen Wilkin’s book, “Women of the Word: How to study the Bible with both our hearts and our minds,” has just been released by Crossway and it has made into my latest list of books to start reading. Wilkin is … Continue reading

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