KnowingScripture.com is a Bible resource website devoted to teaching God's Word and providing resources for further study. Our society is becoming increasingly biblically-illiterate, and there are few websites dedicated to the study of the Bible.
KnowingScripture.com seeks to fill this gap by covering interesting subjects and passages in the Bible, many of which are not addressed outside of academic commentaries or scholarly books.
In particular, KnowingScripture.com is dedicated to biblical theology and a Christocentric reading of both the Old and New Testaments. Biblical theology traces themes throughout the story of the Bible and emphasizes how they point to Christ. Understanding that the whole Bible is about the gospel of Jesus Christ helps Christians to see the beauty of God's Word and thus sparks a desire to study it further.
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Zachary Garris holds a Master of Divinity from Reformed Theological Seminary (Jackson, Mississippi) and a Juris Doctor from Wayne State University Law School. He is licensed to preach in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), and he has taught high school and Sunday school courses on ancient history, early church history, medieval history, logic, Bible, systematic theology, covenant theology, apologetics, and worldview.
Zachary is the editor of Dabney On Fire: A Theology of Parenting, Education, Feminism, and Government and author of the e-book Thinking Biblically About Education. Zachary also runs TeachDiligently.com, a Christian education website with resources for the home, school, and church. He has written articles for the Mises Institute, The Liberty Conservative, the Abbeville Institute, the Foundation for Economic Education, and Desiring God.
Daniel holds a Master of Divinity from Reformed Theological Seminary (Jackson, Mississippi). He teaches Bible and history at a Christian school and has written for Desiring God.
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