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The Jesus Lens Blog Tour Begins!

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Jesus LensToday marks the beginning of the blog tour for How to Read the Bible through the Jesus Lens

I’m quite excited about this tour. We have an excellent collection of bloggers that will be sharing their thoughts on the book over the next few days.

Each blogger chose a section of the book to focus on (Genesis, the Minor Prophets, Acts, etc.), along with their review of the book as a whole. So make sure to check out the various posts and see the different ways that author Michael Williams applied the Jesus Lens to his reading of the Biblical text. 

If you have written a review of How to Read the Bible through the Jesus Lens post a link in the comments and I will add it to our list!

Here are the reviews posted so far, 

Bible X - Acts

Can't Catch my Breath - OT Law

Craig Hurst – The Pastoral Epistles 

Cutting it Straight – The Letters of John

Disciple Dojo – Genesis

Faith Reasonings - Numbers

Frank Gantz – The Writings  

G. A. Dietrich – The Pentateuch

Jonathan Ammon – John’s Letters

Keeping the Main Thing - Leviticus

Pastor's Corner - I Peter

The Reagan Review – The Gospels

The Ruthless Monk - Genesis 

Thoughts of a Freed Captive – Wisdom Literature

Your Daily Strength - Genesis

Zack Ford - Leviticus 

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