Immerse: The Bible Reading Experience

Studies show fewer Americans are reading the Bible. It’s predicted by 2040 that two out of every three Americans will have no meaningful connection with the Bible. To counter that trend, the Institute for Bible Reading is joining with Tyndale House Publishing in “Immerse: The Bible Reading Experience," an eight-week reading plan to help people begin engaging regularly with the Bible.

Bible readings are gathered in collections like "Immerse: Messiah," featuring readings from the New Testament; or "Immerse: Beginnings" with readings in the Torah. The Immerse Bible text is in a single column format with no chapter or verse numbers so that readers can read the Bible in the “natural literary structure” of each book. It’s time to discover the Bible in new ways!

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