April 11, 2011
Theologians release online Bible-learning innovation
CHICAGO—BibleMesh, the newest online portal for Bible learning, will officially launch its first course, “The Biblical Story,” at the Gospel Coalition 2011 National Conference in Chicago April 12.
“The Biblical Story,” is completely online with nothing to download. It teaches the overarching story of Scripture through animation-rich video, anchored by New York City pastor Tim Keller. Through a wide range of short articles, interactive quizzes and teaching videos, featuring scores of internationally recognized pastors and scholars, the course shows how all of Scripture points to Christ, from Genesis to Revelation.
BibleMesh has been in development for three years, including a year of testing “The Biblical Story.” It has been used by churches, by educators, and by individuals seeking a deeper knowledge of Scripture.
Published by former American Standard CEO Emmanuel Kampouris, BibleMesh contributors include Alistair Begg, Christopher Ash, David Jackman, Harry Jackson Jr., Joshua Harris, J. Ligon Duncan, Mark Dever, Peter Akinola, Philip Ryken, Rico Tice, Terry Virgo, Wellington Boone, and many more.
“BibleMesh is not just facts. It’s a whole-Bible theology approach to learning the Bible,” said Greg Thornbury, one of the project’s theological editors. He added that the “The Biblical Story” is useful for seekers, new believers, and seasoned Christians needing a refresher course in biblical knowledge.
Discounts are available for groups.
Also featured on BibleMesh’s website is “Thesis,” a blog applying scriptural truth to everyday life.
For additional information, visit www.BibleMesh.com.
April 11, 2011