BibleProject 9+

Learn how to read the Bible

The Bible Project

    • #174 in Education
    • 4.9 • 1.4K Ratings
    • Free

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Description

We’re building a journey through the story of Scripture where you’ll learn how to read the Bible as you read the Bible. Go beyond chapters and verses to experience sections of the Bible intended to be understood together. You’re able to watch and listen to our entire library of videos and podcasts in one place, at any time.

What’s New

Version 1.2.0

We’ve listened to your feedback and redesigned the journey reading experience. Movements are broken down into smaller reading units, allowing you to see your progress. All links are unlocked, so your reading experience won’t be interrupted by having to complete level 1 of a study. Getting into a movement is faster since we’ve moved the related resources to a sheet you can quickly access whenever you need it.

Other improvements, fixes, and updates:
- See the latest podcast episodes on the podcast tab without having to navigate to a series.
- Tabs are in a more logical order.
- Receive confirmation when you save something for later.
- Profiles and settings have been merged for less digging.

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
1.4K Ratings

1.4K Ratings

Jonny_Taco ,

Duolingo for the Bible

Very excited for this! I love how this app allows you to set your own pace, it doesn’t feel like checking boxes. It saves your place in the reading journey. The app opens many opportunities to read and re-read portions of scripture looking at different linking words and phrases and themes each time. Lots of potential. And the best way to work through the wealth of Bible Project material. There is a lot of material and it’s been hard to keep track without a tool like this.

My wish list would be the following: ESV, The Message, and even the RSV or NRSV Catholic Editions (would love a Catholic edition). Would also enjoy audio bibles (a bible project produced audio Bible would be awesome) and a place to take notes / highlight verses (and maybe a way to keep track of different highlight tags). I also think it would be cool to have more charts and helpful illustrations within the scripture reading or journey (i.e. tabernacle, temple, or maps). Also maybe a way to do “classroom” within the app. And friends / community. I enjoy YouVersion Bible but I am very very excited about this. I think this app is going to slow me down and allow me to “enjoy the journey” as I re-learn to read scripture. I think it also has the ability to teach some Biblical Hebrew and Greek which you currently can’t get with any other language learning app.

Spiritfilled Epic release ,

A MUST HAVE

I have been using Bible Project for years in all their formats and this app just made it even easier to access all of their straight forward teaching. To use a food analogy they took all of their great WELL PREPARED food offered separately and put it all together at a buffet. It is going to make it so much easier to share with fellow believers and unbelieving friends that are willing to listen so they can learn and read the Bible as it was meant to be read. It makes so much more sense and eliminates a lot of the “why would they have written that” and the “that makes no sense at all”.
They honestly do make it the Bible easy to see the big picture and how it’s one big story that points to Jesus. I was supernaturally changed in my late 30s so I came to Jesus fresh unhindered by years of limited teaching so there were numerous parts of the Bible that never made sense and there were so many dots that I couldn’t connect to see the picture that had been given to us and these guys continue to clear those connections up and every time something doesn’t seem to fit I look to see how I can read it to better understand.

Frank Mistretta ,

Amazing resource, practically a free seminary education in your pocket

BibleProject has been an amazing resource for my walk with God. Their free videos, blog posts, podcasts, and classroom have taken my understanding of the Bible to a level that I never thought I would have. The BibleProject app takes all of these resources and puts them into a program that will teach you how to read the Bible in ways that can change your entire relationship with the Bible. I will admit it is a bit confusing to figure out what you need to do to start, but once you start the “Journey” and figure out how to get going, it is pretty cool to see the biblical patterns in real time as you read the Bible. The app works best used individually, but I’m sure some creative groups can use this app for group studies. I’m excited to see how the app grows in complexity as my understanding grows more, and BibleProject adds more and more cool stuff. If you desire to grow in your understanding of the Bible, this app is a must have!

App Privacy

The developer, The Bible Project, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Identifiers

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The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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