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Take the 100 Page Challenge for the Classic of Classics

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A Doubter's Guide to the Bible(Can't see the video? Watch it here)

A few years ago author John Dickson was challenged to read A Tale of Two Cities.

And he hated it. He hated the sentence length and rhythm, the historical background was too complicated.

But a hundred pages in something happened: he began to enjoy the rhythm of the sentences, the historical background came alive.

This is why he's issued a "100 Pages Challenge" for the Classic of classics, the Bible. In the video above he explains why you should take it and how it will benefit you.

To enhance your reading and make the most of this challenge, grab his book A Doubter's Guide to the Bible—a snapshot of the worldview and main themes of the Bible.

"If you give [the Bible] just a hundred," Dickson encourages, "I'm pretty sure you'll find it as captivating as the millions around the world still find that book."

 

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