Many want to read the Bible, but they give up because it seems so complicated.
Unlocking the Mystery of the Bible helps you get the “big picture” by showing how fourteen narrative books of the Bible tell the complete story from Adam and Eve to Christ and the Church. Presenter Jeff Cavins shows you how to read the Bible so that you can actually understand it. Aided by the unique color-coded Bible Timeline® Chart, which arranges the key people, places, and events of Scripture in chronological order, Unlocking the Mystery of the Bible will help you discover the story of salvation history and understand how you fit into God’s plan. This eight-session study program includes video presentations that explore all twelve time periods of The Bible Timeline Chart.
Click to Register by April 7 and order the Unlocking the Mystery of the Bible Study Set
The Study Set is $31.74 total, with tax and shipping, and includes the following:
- Bible Timeline Chart
- Bible Timeline Bookmark
- Online Video Access (1 year)
- Online Workbook
- Online Timeline Chart
How the Study Works
During the week, complete the reading homework and answer the workbook questions.
No later than 6:30 pm on Mondays, watch the week's session video.
At 7:00 pm on Monday, join the Microsoft Teams meeting for group discussion.
Everyone’s level is a little different, and how deep you dive is up to you. But those who get the most out of the study spend about 15-20 minutes per day for reading, prayer and completing the workbook questions.
Some people are verbal sharers. Others are quiet contemplators. Both are strongly encouraged to attend the online Teams meetings! Your facilitator will make sure everyone is comfortable and gets the most out of the discussion.
What You Need in Advance
- Internet Access
- The Microsoft Teams app on your phone, tablet, desktop or laptop
- A Catholic Bible: New Revised Standard Version Catholic Edition (NRSV-CE) or the New American Bible, Revised Edition (NABRE). At the very least, save this link to BibleGateway for an online version
- A copy of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, Second Edition. At the very least, save this link to the online version
- Scheduled time for homework; around 15-20 minutes a day