Professor Horner’s Bible Reading Plan Redux

I wrote a post called Professor Horner’s Bible Reading Plan. Tim Challies just wrote an encouraging post titled Ten Chapters Per Day if you’re interested in reading more about it.

I was planning on starting this next year but I think I would like to start it when my Greek learning has slowed down and I’m mainly reading Greek along with something to help me through it and when I’m done concentrating on the OT for now. I’m thinking second half of next year to 2012.

7 Responses to “Professor Horner’s Bible Reading Plan Redux”

  1. 1 Nathan Stitt

    My dad seems to like this method and uses it for his personal study. I’ve never found it very comfortable, and prefer to read the books/letters in large chunks, and then gradually break them down. The most I’ve ever done is a book study, plus some Psalms and Proverbs. The shotgun approach is too random for me.

  2. 2 Scripture Zealot

    I’d like to do it for a year and if I like it, do it maybe one year out of four. The part about Scripture interpreting Scripture is the main attraction for me since I can see this in passages I have memorized. This is a good way to notice that something in Deuteronomy is confirmed in Ephesians. Also just getting to know your Bible better. Just because it’s popular with the right people doesn’t mean everyone has to do it though.

    I’ve never thought about this spinning off into a study but I can see how this would happen now.

  3. 3 Shaun Tabatt

    I’m a big fan of Horner’s Bible reading plan and have had good success with it this year. It’s actually the first Bible reading plan that has worked well for me. It’s very similar to how I read other books (10 at a time). 😉

  4. 4 Scripture Zealot

    Thanks Shaun. You’ve probably gone through the Bible already except for maybe history.

  5. 5 Esteban Vázquez

    This reminds me I need to post the second part of my Bible reading post before this week is out — thanks! 🙂

  6. 6 Scripture Zealot

    You’re welcome. I look forward to it.

  7. 7 Nathan Stitt

    so do i

    (adding more text because my original comment was too short…)

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