Abridged Bible Reading Plan?

Chronological Bible Reading Plan (61 Days)
It takes you through “the key stories of the Bible in chronological order” but not the whole Bible. I was wondering if anyone sees any merit to this, especially if they’ve read the book, How to Read Your Bible by David and Renée Sanford. I’m not implying there isn’t, I’m genuinely curious. I would feel like I’m cheating, but I’m a bit of a perfectionist.

At the bottom of the page you’ll find links to their other reading plans–biographical, survey, or comprehensive–the first two also abridged, if that’s the proper term. I see most merit in the biographical, and the comprehensive of course.

I hesitate to write this because I don’t want to encourage anyone to “cheat”.

2 Responses to “Abridged Bible Reading Plan?”

  1. 1 mashmouth

    Key stories according to these authors.
    While the Bible is about ‘stories’ per se, it is so much more than that.
    How does one get to really know a Person by convenience?

  2. 2 Scripture Zealot

    Good point.

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