The Singer Bible Study
 
The Singer Bible Study
paperback
  • Length: 64 pages
  • Number of Studies: 8
  • Published: October 20, 2020
  •  In stock
  • ISBN: 978-0-8308-4842-3
  • Item Code: 4842
  • Case Quantity: 100

The Singer has helped thousands of readers discover the life of Christ in a fresh way. Now with The Singer Bible Study you can explore the biblical texts that inspired Calvin Miller's poetic retelling of the gospel story.

These eight easy-to-use studies will engage your imagination and deepen your understanding as you encounter the true Singer, Father-Spirit, World Hater, and Ancient Star-Song in the pages of the Gospels.

As companions to the IVP Signature Collection, IVP Signature Bible Studies help individuals and groups explore and apply biblical truths found in classic books. Each session features quotations from The Singer matched with Scripture passages, reflection questions, and application ideas that will equip readers to connect the text to their own lives. A leader's guide is also included.

CONTENTS

Getting the Most Out of The Singer Bible Study
Introduction: The Singer and the Song by Andrew T. Le Peau

1. The River Singer: Mark 1:4-11
2. The World Hater: Luke 4:1-13
3. The Crippled One: Mark 3:1-6
4. The Friendship Seller: Luke 7:36-50
5. The One Who Walked Away: Matthew 19:16-30
6. The Madman: Mark 5:1-20
7. The Keepers of the Ancient Ways: Mark 14:53-72
8. The One Who Is Alive: John 20:1-18

Leading a Small Group

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Calvin Miller

Calvin Miller (1936–2012) was a pastor, professor and storyteller, best known for The Singer Trilogy, a mythic retelling of the New Testament story in the spirit of C. S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien. A prolific artist and a writer's writer, Miller garnered respect and praise throughout his career from peers like Luci Shaw, Max Lucado and Philip Yancey. He was the author of more than forty books of popular theology and Christian inspiration including such recent books as Letters to Heaven, The Path of Celtic Prayer, Letters to a Young Pastor and his memoir Life Is Mostly Edges.