Despite the fact that Episcopalians are among the best-educated Christian groups in the United States, they also rank among the least biblically literate denomination. The author maintains "we can do Bible better" and shows why it is absolutely critical to do so.
How can this weakness become a strength and source of spiritual growth for Episcopalians, their churches, and dioceses? As an evangelist for biblical literacy and spiritual nourishment, Zabriskie shows the way forward for the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion.Features
- Develops the power of a daily disciplined spiritual practice
- Bible-reading program that transforms lives and the church experience
Marek P. Zabriskie has served as rector of St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Fort Washington, PA since 1995. He is the founder of The Bible Challenge, the highly popular program that is transforming parishes and lives through reading the Bible in its entirety. (Advisory board members and supporters for The Bible Challenge include Rowan Williams, Frank Griswold, John Chane, Fred Borsch, Walter Brueggemann, Deirdre Good, Phyllis Tickle, Barbara Crafton, Ian Markham, Margaret Guenther, & Miroslav Wolf). He is also the author of The Bible Challenge: Read the Bible in a Year and lives in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania.
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