Professor Horner’s Bible Reading Plan

I’m not familiar with this system. I’m passing along the links to the explanation of the system and a two part interview with a couple of guys named Tom and Rick who are friends of a guy named Brett. Even if you aren’t serious about using the plan, the posts are very interesting.

HT: Cal.vini.st

He is on Facebook and I found this link to a PDF file which you can download that has all the information on the reading plan.

Tim Challies wrote an encouraging post titled Ten Chapters Per Day if you’re interested in reading more about it.

Also read:
Professor Horner’s Bible Reading Plan by Pastor Brett

2 Responses to “Professor Horner’s Bible Reading Plan”


  1. 1 michael acidri

    Was looking for your opinion on it,Jeff. What do you think about it?

  2. 2 Scripture Zealot

    I’ve never used it so I can’t really help but the idea of reading ten different parts at the same time and then coming across different places the next time you read through a book to see how the Bible interprets the Bible is very intriguing. For those of us who use less human logic and always use Scripture to back everything up and to interpret Scripture either with parallel passages or checks and balances I think it’s got to be very valuable.
    Jeff

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