The Bible topics on this site are split into 3 sections, one focusing on Jesus, the transforming power of the Holy Spirit, and various types of sin, one focusing on the Old Testament, and one on more about Jesus and his teaching, the first Christians, and answers to criticisms of the Bible. These are:
Bible Part 1: The Bible, The Holy Spirit Today, People And Their Stories
(Bible topics include the compassion of Jesus, the renewing power of the Holy Spirit, sex and marriage, violence, anger and jealousy, drunkenness, whether Christians should gossip and tell dirty jokes, and some of the reasons why Christians suffer. There are also links to articles to help people with various problem behaviours like alcoholism and anger management.)
Or to read some information about overcoming various types of suffering, visit our Self-help series, where you'll find articles to help with phobias and other anxiety problems, depression, alcoholism and other kinds of addiction, marriage problems, raising teenagers, bullying and teasing, bereavement and other things.
If you want to, you can read most of the Bible in four months on this website!
Would you like to read a lot of the bible in an easy way because it's laid out according to topic? If you read just one selection a day, you can read nearly the whole Bible in four months! (Of course, if you read two a day, you'll finish in two months!) :-)
Having said that, unless you've got a specific reason to want to know what it all says, a better thing to do is to read the most important bits of the Bible regularly, mainly the bits on the way Christians ought to live, since it's common to need reminders of what the highest ideals are.
If this is the first page you have visited on this site, this is part of Broadcaster.org.uk, a website about social and psychological issues, what the Bible says about them and other topics, and how they affect people's lives today.
The following is just a tracker to generate some statistics, e.g. how many visitors this website is receiving and where they come from.
Please note this tracker is independent of the one on the main Broadcaster.org.uk page.(Public Access - just click on it!)