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The United Bible Societies blog has a short article “What can help dyslexic people to engage with the Bible?” that links to a document that sets out a really interesting and engaging multimedia approach to Bible study. By engaging with the text in different ways through also different media the author has an approach to […]

E100 podcasts

April 19th, 2010

Tim Bulkeley (founder of PodBible) is trying to podcast 5 minute (or so) reflections on each of the E100 readings at his 5 Minute Bible site, today’s on Genesis 1 and 2 is here. (There is an RSS feed for the E100 series here.)

Over the next 20 weeks, as many people in NZ are following the E100 scheme, PodBible will be podcasting five readings a week, instead of one chapter a day. These 100 readings, 50 from the Old Testament and 50 from the New Testament, have been chosen to give an overview of the Bible. For more […]

Google Wave and PodBible

November 13th, 2009

Since I saw the promo video I’ve been keen to see if Google Wave could be the tool we are looking for to encourage people who listen to PodBible to begin to share their responses to the biblical texts to which they listen. Once I’d hoped Facebook would be the tool, but it does not […]

Bible 60 Samuel

July 24th, 2009

The two books of Samuel as audio Bible chapters, packaged in roughly one hour collections, for easy transfer to CD or cassette, or for listening on those long journeys.1 Samuel Bible 60 1 Samuel 1-15 Bible 60 1 Samuel 16-31 2 Samuel Bible 60 2 Samuel 1-12 Bible 60 2 Samuel 13-25

PodBible usage

July 16th, 2009

By the way, as a follow up to the previous post on the first day of this month the PodBible site was visited by 1183 people (well actually distinct IP addresses) who downloaded 4,282,972KB this is about 3,500-4,000 Bible chapters! The average for June was 1214 people per day and 101,231,003KB in the month or […]

Bible completed!

July 16th, 2009

Today we podcast the last chapter to complete the whole Bible! After nearly four years of work, starting with 300+ volunteers reading the whole Bible live over Labour Weekend in 2005, and continuine with teams brainstorming ideas for something to Think about, Pray about and Do for each chapter the daily podcast series is complete. […]

Schedule of readings

January 4th, 2009

Someone asked: Is there a listing of the order of the readings? Is it straight through, chronological, some kind of mix? These are good questions! Being “on the inside” we did not think to answer them till you asked 😉 Bible in a Year: The readings follow the traditional Protestant Canon roughly alternating an Old […]

Happy Christmas

December 24th, 2008

It is Christmas Day, may you all encounter the God who chose to be born into a human family and lived among us, to die for us; and may the peace on earth that the angels sing about come nearer where you live in the coming year! BTW now is a good time to start […]

Problems with Bible in a Year

December 24th, 2008

An astute listener told us that the volunteer who had split up Ezekiel for Bible in a Year had misspelled his name, so several sections have been corrected, that is why days 332-336 have reappeared on the page and the RSS feed.

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