Knowing & Doing

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Join us every two weeks for an audio article from Knowing & Doing, our quarterly teaching magazine, covering a wide variety of articles from nationally recognized leaders in discipleship, spirituality, theology, apologetics, and cultural analysis. Narrated by Aimee Riegert. Learn more at the

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Latest Episodes…

  1. How to Read the Bible Part 4: How Is the Bible Useful?

    In this last of his series of four articles written to help people read God’s Word with profit, Bill Kynes considers the questions: What can we expect the Bible to do for us? What is it for? He explains that the end or goal of the wisdom the Bible gives ...


  2. How to Read the Bible Part 3: The Bible's Center is Jesus Christ

    Bill Kynes continues his series on how to read the Bible by zeroing in on the task of interpretation. He rightly reminds us that Jesus is the center of all of Scripture and any effort to interpret a part of the Bible without remembering that bigger picture is doomed to ...


  3. How to Read the Bible Part 2: The Science and Art of Interpretation

    So you want to read the Bible, but you’re not sure how to do it well. What does it really mean? How is the Bible understood?” As  Bill Kynes addresses these questions in this article, he emphasizes that “[t]o read the Bible rightly, one must submit to the Master, who ...


  4. How to Read the Bible Part 1

    Bill Kynes begins a four part series that considers how to read, study, and meditate on the Bible. He begins with a reminder that the Bible’s overall storyline must be the context in which we examine any specific passage.     Show Notes: To read the full article click here:   ...


  5. A Multifaceted Gospel for Multifaceted People

    Randy Newman shares an excerpt from his recent book Unlikely Converts: Improbable Stories of Faith and What They Teach Us About Evangelism that emphasizes the many ways Scripture talks about the Gospel. It’s not just about forgiveness (although that certainly is central and non-negotiable).   Show Notes:   To read the article:     Recommended ...