The beauty in the Bible can be challenging to appreciate, and that's where I, an enthusiastic English Major, come in. Together we explore the dang good drama, bizarre ancient context, and creative artistry in the Bible. Taking a different angle every two weeks, we approach a Bible story through a series of fun and accessible 20-minute episodes. Then, because the best part of any good story is getting to talk about it with friends, I invite a guest to come and chat about it. If you're looking for a fresh take on stories you think you know or are curious about how Biblical authors used irony, symbolism, and humor to make a point, listen and follow The Bible and the English Major today! Join the conversation https://www.instagram.com/maren.jo.schneider https://www.facebook.com/maren.jo.schneider Learn more If you would like to learn more about Maren, invite Maren to speak, or read the article versions of The Bible and the English Major visit https://marenjo.com. Support The Bible and ... more
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Maren unpacks the Bible in an interesting, and revealing format. She is fun to listen to and keeps the energy up. Maren’s style of teaching in the podcast would keep anyone listening. I particularly appreciate the way words are defined and Bible stories are related to each other. Kudos to you, Maren, and please keep the podcasts coming!
I find this to be very enlightening. Things are pointe out that vI would never have discovered on my own
The Bible and the English Major has been so fun to listen to. I’ve found it to be a refreshing approach with interesting pieces to think about. Personally I am not an English major but thoroughly enjoy listening to Maren’s thoughts which cause me to go deeper in my own thoughts on the passages.
The Bible and the English Major is a refreshing take on understanding the Bible and living its message out in our modern world. Maren’s approach is inviting and disarming, which is especially helpful for anyone who has kept God, Jesus, and Christianity at arms length or even turned their back on faith. Her insight is deep and helps bring Scripture to life. Check this out immediately, and share it!
Lovely podcast! Maren does indeed “keep it interesting” as she says at the beginning of every podcast! Keep doing what you’re doing!
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