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Understand the Bible is all about helping you to learn the Christian faith. I aim to be accessible to people who are beginners or haven’t been in church for a long time – but it’s OK to join if you’re a regular churchgoer as well! Every week, I create one new video to teach the Christian faith which become part of the courses available. I also do a weekly livestream course which gives you the opportunity to ask questions and interact. (There are other features as well – see below!)

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If you’re new to Christianity, these two courses have been designed to help you get started. There are other courses slowly being added to the courses page.

Other Features

Occasionally I publish videos which are not part of the “one per week” series. Here are a couple of additional features which you might be interested in:

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Sometimes I create written content for the blog rather than videos. Here are a couple of written series on the blog which you might appreciate:

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Obviously I like Understand the Bible because I created it. But what do other people say?

Just wanted to tell you how much I am enjoying the Catechism. I am hearing things that make total sense but I had not heard before and I’ve been trying to follow Jesus a very, very long time – like us created perfectly able to obey Gods law! Thank you so much

Celia, via email

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