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The Biblical Wild is an interactive bible study for individuals, small groups, neighborhoods, and congregations where we will journey into the wilds of Holy Scripture through daily readings of the Old Testament and Psalms and weekly video reflections presented by the Rt. Rev. Todd Ousley, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Eastern Michigan.



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The Biblical Wild involves a daily reading of scripture. In the first year, it will cover all of the Old Testament and the Psalms. Click on the following links to download reading schedules for your use.

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Week XXI: I Chronicles 7-24, Psalms 116-119

In this week's Biblical Wild, we begin our examination of the books of Chronicles, two significantly neglected books in Christian Bible study, teaching, and preaching.

Hanging out at the Hoyt Library in downtown Saginaw, Bishop Ousley discusses the need for us to seriously consider Chronicles rather than losing the details in the shuffle.

Questions to consider:

1. What does it mean for an imaginative telling of the past to be considered opera rather than history?

2. Does the base of your faith need more history than opera? Or more opera than history?

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Click to download a transcript of this week's video.

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