It's strange how often we form strong opinions about things that we actually don't know very much about—whether in politics or sport, or about whether that famous person on trial at the moment is really guilty or not.The teaching of the Bible falls into this category for many people. We know it as a big black book that Christians look to as the source of their beliefs. And we might have our own opinions about about it. But it's amazing how many of us have never actually read it for ourselves.That's the aim of You, Me and the Bible. It provides an opportunity for friends to sit down together in an informal way, and see for themselves what the Bible really says about God, and the world, and life and death, and what our lives are about.You don't even need a Bible to get started. Each of the six sessions contains the text of two short passages from the Bible, along with some discussion starter questions to stimulate your conversation, and a linked video clip to help pull the ideas together.You, me and the Bible. Sounds like a great combination.
- You Me and the Bible
- Matthias Media