Back when I was sophomore in college, I was introduced of a group on Facebook called “the Scribe Project.” (I tried to look for it recently but it seems that the group was has been closed.) It is basically a project of spending the time to copy the entire Bible. I got interested in doing it and made it through a couple of weeks of it, but as the school year became more hectic, I wasn’t able to continue it along with my other responsibilities. Also, from me moving from location to location, I misplaced my previous progress along the way. Fast forward to now, I want to pick this up and complete this as well as use it as Bible study material. So I went and grabbed the biggest binder that I can find along with some (more like a lot of) loose leaf paper and I am motivated to get this done. I encourage anyone to do this. I feel that this would provide an opportunity in studying the Bible deeper as well as give me a greater appreciation towards the scribes of old who devoted their time, skills, and focus in writing and copying down the Word of God. Read More →
Episode 1: Why Are There So Many Bible Versions?
Created by Elliot Lui
There are hundreds of translations of the Bible. Some skeptics would ask “If the Bible is the Word of God, wouldn’t there just be one version?” Is this even a valid argument against the Bible?
The links from the video are listed here:
For each of these videos, I would also include some additional materials or writings that was not included in the video to supplement the topic of the video. Here are the supplements for this episode: