If you’ve been a reader of my blog, or ever attended one of my Bible classes or speaking engagements, you know that I believe context is essential to studying and understanding the Bible.
The Bible is full of geographical, cultural, social, political, and historical context. On top of that, it was written in different literary styles and genres. Most of this is foreign to our “Western” view of the world. At a minimum, it can limit how we read and understand the Biblical story. At its worst, it can cause us to miss the intended message and application for our lives.
I am excited to be leading this trip to Israel next June, where we will walk the Land and study the Bible in its context.
If you have never been to Israel, I can guarantee it will forever change how you read and understand the Bible. Won’t you join me?
Registration for this trip is now open!