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In 2015, I decided to read the Bible from cover to cover for the first time. I did so believing I’d probably read most of the text over the course of my life in piecemeal form via personal devotionals, sermons, and Sunday school lessons. To my surprise, I discovered quite a few things in scripture that I’d never read before, or perhaps simply failed to absorb.

I pitched a series to the online editor at Atlanta, Georgia-based ministry, InTouch, and got the green light shortly thereafter. I will post links to the resulting series of essays below, along with original art by InTouch maestro Jeff Gregory. While the cartoon version of me looks nothing like me (he has far more hair, is much shorter, and also much stockier), I love what he’s created!

Enjoy Wholly Scripture: Confessions of a Wayfaring Reader!

Essay #1: When Scripture Was a Whip

Essay #2: More Than a Manual

Essay #3: Catching Minnows

Essay #4: From Amram to Zelophehad


Essay #5: A God With a Split Personality?

Essay #6: The Severity of a Sacrifice

Essay #7: That Time We Got Lost (For 40 Years)

Essay #8: Into Pieces

Essay #9: When God Uses Evil for Good

Essay #10: From Slaves to Sons and Daughters

Essay #11: Awash in Blood, Afloat in Grace

Essay #12: Pictures of An Invisible God