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This guide is designed to support the TU Center for Scripture Engagement by providing an online resource to the workbook published by the Center.
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Center for Scripture Engagement

Center for Scripture Engagement:

Contact information:

Phil Collins, Ph.D.
Executive Director (Director of Training and Content Development), Taylor University Center for Scripture Engagement
Professor of Christian Educational Ministries
(765) 998-4670
Taylor University
236 W. Reade Avenue
Upland, IN 46989


What is Scripture Engagement?

Dr. Fergus Macdonald writes,

"Scripture engagement is interaction with the biblical text in a way that provides sufficient opportunity for the text to speak for itself by the power of the Holy Spirit, enabling readers and listeners to hear the voice of God and discover for themselves the unique claim Jesus Christ is making upon them."

...It is a way of hearing and reading the Bible with an awareness that it is in the Scriptures that we primarily meet God. 

Each section describes a Scripture engagement practice and resources that will help you get started with the practice. 

(from the Scripture Engagement Workshop guidebook)


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Eat This Book - Eugene H. Peterson
Call Number: 220.071 P44e
ISBN: 9780802829481
Publication Date: 2006-01-01


Mere Christianity

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Mere Christianity - C. S. Lewis; Kathleen Norris (Foreword by)
Call Number: 204 L58 m 2001
ISBN: 9780060652883
Publication Date: 2009-03-17


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The Jesus Creed - Scot McKnight; John Ortberg (Foreword by)
Call Number: 241.4 M21j
ISBN: 9781557254009
Publication Date: 2004-08-01

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