Why do we need another Bible translation? Watch as Biblical scholars, worship leaders and evangelists explain why the MEV is special and what it could mean to your spiritual walk.
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A growing movement in the church argues that to love Palestinians in Jesus' Name means abandoning support for the state of Israel. Here's why they're wrong.
The King James Version of the Bible is perhaps the most influential English-language book in history, linguistically, culturally and spiritually. Now the Modern English Version picks up the mantle for the 21st-century reader. Find out how.
From the millions of Bible owners who never actually read the Word to a generation with all-time low engagement with Scripture, we have a Bible crisis on our hands. This new translation aims to fix that.
The Bible is the most important book ever written. And yet, preserving it for future generations came at great cost for many believers throughout the ages. Now, this fascinating exhibit preserves their sacrifices for future generations.
Christian leaders, biblical scholars and noted ministers have heaped praise on the new Modern English Version. But what is it that makes the MEV both truly unique and genuinely necessary for today's church?
This incredible multimillion-dollar project "could be the first step in helping a country founded on biblical principles find its way home."
Bible scholar Dr. Michael Brown shares why he thinks the new MEV translation of the Bible will speak to a new generation in a powerful way.
The world can always use another Bible, but does it need another translation? Charisma reports on the state of Scripture engagement today in the United States and how a brand-new translation, the Modern English Version, could impact trends and truly change lives.
Biblical literacy is on the decline, but these people are fighting to turn the tide. Watch and take inspiration from their stories for your own part in the war against biblical ignorance and apathy.
These 3 truths explain why the Bible is so important. Start here, and everything else can fall into place.
Spiritual authorities, Bible scholars, and translators weigh share their insights on the exciting new MEV translation.
Ahithophel who? This insightful biblical episode illustrates the importance of keeping a pure heart as well as the destructive impact of allowing bitterness to creep in and take hold.
On Friday, Jon M. Sweeney (an evangelical-turned-Episcopalian-turned-Catholic who practices Judaism) wrote 10 points on hell. Well, he got three and a half of them correct, to be precise.
Throughout history believers have feuded over what is and isn't "scriptural." As debates continue to surround charismatic theology, Peter Wagner takes a closer look at extrabiblical revelation.
Have you been falsely accused or lied about? Like David, you may be completely powerless to do anything—other than trust in God. That is what you must do: trust.
The Spirit takes the experiences of JesusHis incarnation, ministry, crucifixion, resurrection and ascensionand brings them into our own experience.
Were Ananias and Sapphira believers who were judged by God because of their blatant sin? According to one prominent pastor, they were not, since things like this do not happen to believers in Jesusto those under grace. What's the truth?
Which documents tell us the truth about faith once preached and received in the early church? Drs. Darrell L. Bock, Daniel B. Wallace and Ben Witherington discuss the canon of Scripture.
Are you worried about a specific relationship or circumstance? Find some key Bible verses you can use to battle worry and fear.