Bible Study–Resource Page

The Bucknell University Orthodox Christian community and St. John’s Russian Orthodox Christian Mission Church in Lewisburg PA sponsor a weekly Bible Study at the Bucknell Barnes & Noble Bookstore Cafe, 4th and Market Streets in downtown Lewisburg. This academic year’s topic is “Genesis and Job in Orthodox Christian Tradition.” All are welcome! Conversations are on most Sundays at 2:30 p.m., no homework is needed. To confirm the schedule, please see the calendar at stjohnthewonderworker.com

VIDEO SUMMARIES OF ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN BIBLE STUDIES

An archive of video summaries from the Bible Study on Genesis and Job is here.
An archive of video summaries from the Bible Study on Exodus and Isaiah is here.

ESSAYS ON ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN APPROACHES TO BIBLE STUDY

Fr. Michael Pomazansky, “The Old Testament and Rationalistic Bible Criticism” 

Constantine Siamakis, “Transmission of the Text of the Holy Bible”

Michael Asser, “The Septuagint

Fr. Michael Pomazansky, “The Old Testament in the New Testament Church”

BACKGROUND TOPICS

How many books are there in the Bible?

Names for God in English-language Bibles

Biblical Chronography

King James Version Biblical English