The new edition of Credo Magazine is now out and its focus is on how well do you know your Bible.
This is brilliant!
“Have a Bible you like to use. It’s true that what really matters is the Bible itself, not the particular format it’s in. We should love the Bible simply because it is God’s word, no matter what kind of cover it has or what paper it’s printed on. But as long as you have a choice, get a Bible that you like to use, because you will probably use it more if you do. This can be dangerous—if you are more excited about the way your Bible works than the content itself, that’s a problem. But assuming you aren’t going to have that problem, get a Bible you will enjoy using.”
“One is grateful to have studied Hebrew and Greek, just to be able to tell others who have not that they do not require either to hearken to our Heavenly Father’s voice.”
(James Gray, How to Master the English Bible)