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The Washington Post Reports on the New NIV Zondervan Study Bible

In a long article, The Washington Post featured the just-released NIV Zondervan Study Bible while reporting on how “the Bible business is booming.” Read the article //www.washingtonpost.com/news/acts-of-faith/wp/2015/08/28/the-most-popular-bible-of-the-year-is-probably-not-what-you-think-it-is///www.biblegateway.com/blog/2015/08/poll-people-dont-bring-a-print-bible-on-summer-vacation/

Bible Gateway Interviews Rev. Kevin DeYoung on Taking God at His Word

The Bible stands at the heart of the Christian faith, but people disagree about its nature and authority. Can a book written so long ago be relevant to the demanding challenges of the 21st century? Bible Gateway interviewed Rev. Kevin DeYoung about his book, Taking God at His Word: Why the Bible Is Knowable, Necessary, and Enough, and What That Means for You and Me (Crossway, 2014). Read the interview//www.biblegateway.com/blog/2015/08/cultivating-the-wonder-of-god-an-interview-with-dr-william-brown/

Bible Gateway Series: Five Views on Inerrancy

Is the Bible true? Is the Bible inerrant (without error)? Are those the same thing? These are important questions that influence how we read and understand Scripture, and Christians have historically answered them in different ways. Bible Gateway live-blogged a friendly roundtable discussion between five Christian thinkers and leaders, each of them with a different perspective on the question of biblical inerrancy. These five individuals—Peter Enns, Albert Mohler, Jr., Michael Bird, Kevin Vanhoozer, and John Franke—continued the discussion in the form of Five Views on Inerrancy (Zondervan, 2013). Read the blog series //www.biblegateway.com/blog/2013/12/is-the-bible-inerrant-al-mohler-on-biblical-inerrancy/

Bible Gateway poll: People Don’t Bring a Print Bible on Summer Vacation

Since June, Bible Gateway has asked Bible Gateway Blog readers to answer the question: “When do you read your Bible while on family vacation?” Surprisingly, the most selected answer (27%) by the more than 1,600 people responding is: “I don’t pack a Bible.” This might mean that they don’t read the Bible at all while on vacation or something else…. Read the results//www.biblegateway.com/blog/2015/08/poll-people-dont-bring-a-print-bible-on-summer-vacation/