Video Resources

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Job Overview

November 15, 2020 • Bible Project

Job explores the difficult question of God's relationship to human suffering and invites us to trust God's wisdom and character.

2 Samuel Overview

July 21, 2020 • Bible Project

The book of 2 Samuel continues to show us the virtue of humility, the destructiveness of pride, and the faithfulness of God’s promise. We see David succeed and fail, and we see God’s promise for a future king at the beginning and end of the story. -Bible Project

I Samuel Overview

July 5, 2020 • Bible Project

The book of 1 Samuel focuses on three characters: Samuel, Saul, and David. A poem near the start of the book reveals the book's key themes: God’s opposition to the proud, exultation of the humble, faithfulness in spite of evil, and the promise of a messianic king. -Bible Project

Proverbs Overview

June 29, 2020 • Bible Project

The book of Proverbs invites people to live with wisdom and in the fear of the Lord in order to experience the good life. - Bible Project

Ruth Overview

June 27, 2020 • Bible Project

The book of Ruth is a beautifully-crafted look at how God’s good purpose interplays with human decision. It’s a tale of love, loss, faithfulness, and redemption. - Bible Project

Judges Overview

June 15, 2020 • Bible Project

What happens when Israel forgets their God? The book of Judges shows Israel's tragic downward spiral. It’s a sobering examination of the human condition that highlights the need for a deliverer.

Joshua Overview

May 29, 2020 • Bible Project

The book of Joshua shows us God’s faithfulness to his covenant with the Israelites to bring them into the land he promised to Abraham. This book points to the importance of covenant obedience before, during, and after God fulfills his promises. - Bible Project

Deuteronomy Overview

May 6, 2020 • Bible Project

At the end of his life, Moses delivers a final call to covenant faithfulness. He covers the story so far, a collection of laws, and a charge for Israel to listen and obey rather than rebel. He sees Israel’s dismal future as well as their promised hope. - Bible Project

Numbers Overview

April 14, 2020 • Bible Project

On their way to the promised land, Israel rebels against God again and again. God responds with short-term severity and long-term generosity that speaks to his covenant faithfulness. - Bible Project

Leviticus Overview

March 30, 2020 • Bible Project

God desires to live with Israel, but even Moses is unable to enter the Tabernacle. How can Israel, with all their moral corruption, become God’s covenant partners to bless the nations? Leviticus answers this question in three surprising ways.

Exodus 1-18

March 2, 2020 • Bible Project

This is the first of two Scripture videos dedicated to the book of Exodus, which aims to help you see the continuing story of God's people from their entering into Egypt and becoming slaves, to their deliverance and journey to Mt. Sinai.

Exodus 19-40

March 18, 2020 • Bible Project

This is the second of two Read Scripture videos dedicated to the book of Exodus, which aims to help you see its unique contribution to the story of Jesus, but also how it works within the Bible’s overall framework.

Old Testament Overview

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Did you know that the arrangement of the Old Testament in Christian Bibles is not original? Along with all ancient Jews, Jesus encountered the Scriptures as a three-part collection of scrolls known as the Torah, Prophets, and Writings, or “TaNaK” for short. In this video we’ll explore why this matters, and what happens when you read the Hebrew Scriptures in the traditional Jewish order

Genesis 1-11

Overview • Bible Project

When God looks at the world he made, he declares it good. He installs humans as his partners in ruling creation, but the humans choose to do what is good in their own eyes, leading ultimately to death. The first eleven chapters of the Bible record God's goodness and humanity's repeated rebellions, which introduce violence, disorder, and the founding of Babylon. It's these first chapters that set the plot in motion for God to respond to human evil with his redemptive plan.

Genesis 12-50

Overview • Bible Project

God makes a covenant with Abraham, saying that all the nations will be blessed through his family. The rest of the book of Genesis traces this story through four generations. In each generation we see human failure paired with God’s commitment to rescue and bless. As the story of Joseph summarizes at the end, “You planned this for evil, but God planned it for good, to save many lives” (Gen 50:20).