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Reading Programs for the New Year

Here's a great way to begin the new year--start an annual reading program.  There are a number of great ones to choose from. 

To commemorate the 500th Anniversary of Calvin's birth, Princeton Theological Seminary has posted a guide to reading through the Institutes in one year. Click here:

For those of you who'd like to read through the Westminster Standards in one year, try this. Click here: Daily Westminster

Having made the switch from NIV to ESV, I've enjoyed using the ESV version of the Daily Office from the Book of Common Prayer.  But there are several very good one-year ESV reading plans. You can find them here: Click here: Devotions (ESV Bible Online)

Finally, for those of you who would like to read through the Greek New Testament in a year, here's Lee Iron's very helpful program: Click here:

Reader Comments (7)

I was blessed to receive an ESV Study Bible at Christmas (of course, it was not as though I hadn't been openly dropping hints that I'd like one)! Your suggestion about the reading plans are excellent and I shall surely follow up.
January 2, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterGeorge
And for old reliables in in any translation, the little Our Daily Bread pamphlets have a program that takes you through Old and New over the course of the year.
January 2, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterPB
And if you want Westminster <b>and</b> 3FU in one year, there's still <a href="">Daily Confession</a>. Thanks for the plug!

<blockquote>Princeton Theological Seminary has posted a guide to reading through the Institutes in one year.</blockquote>
Lord's Day's for rest and everything! What would Princeton do if their students (or professors?) actually started paying attention to those readings?
January 2, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterRubeRad
Oh, so THAT's what the "Preview Post" button is for! Trying again:
January 2, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterRubeRad
I still cant get into the ESV.

I was sadly disappointed when I finally got mine because they dont have OT scripture in italics when found in the NT. Thats why I went back to my ragged old coverless NASB for studying. I still bounce between the NIV and the ESV when I want to get a quick general gist of something, but in deep study I have to have my NASB and my KJV close by at all times.
If I could afford it, I'd get a Geneva in print too.

If they keep coming up with new translations every ten years I'm going to need a cart to wheel all my versions around on.

But if ESV wants my vote, they will need to italicize the OT scripture in the NT. Until hat happens its NASB for me.
January 2, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterJames Paul
The ESV Study Bible has a One Year Reading Plan on page 2743. I just started it (obviously).
Thanks for posting the Institutes plan. That is my goal as well.

Matt Holst
January 3, 2009 | Unregistered Commentermatt holst
Some great suggestions Pastor Kim
January 6, 2009 | Unregistered Commentertiminator

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