Read the Bible in 2015 by Reading Only a Few Minutes a Day
ABibleADay.com and Peter DeHaan Unveil Comprehensive Bible Reading Schedules for 2015
Dec. 16, 2014, Grand Rapids, Mich—Now in its tenth year, ABibleADay.com has released its Bible reading plans for 2015 to encourage regular Bible reading.
In addition to the plan to read the entire Bible in 2015, author Peter DeHaan also has two less ambitious Bible reading schedules to cover just the New Testament or just the Old Testament in one year. All three plans are available by a free download from ABibleADay.com.
Readers may freely share the Bible reading plans without restriction, as long as it is for a noncommercial use.
“Every December people email me asking about Bible reading plans for the New Year. Last year we added a plan to read the entire Bible to our perennial plans for the New Testament and the Old Testament,” said Peter DeHaan.
By reading about fifteen minutes a day, an average adult reader can cover the entire Bible in one year, while it takes only twelve minutes a day to read the Old Testament.
“It only takes three to four minutes a day, five days a week, to read the New Testament in one year,” added Bible scholar Peter DeHaan, “The New Testament plan is our most popular.”
For people who want a less ambitious approach, DeHaan also provides monthly suggestions, which are also available at ABibleADay.com.
DeHaan’s method for all the options is to cover the Bible in sections, reading from only one book each day, completing that book before moving on to the next one.
However, the schedule does not make people read the Bible straight through from page one to the end. “It’s too easy to get bogged down by one section of the Bible,” said DeHaan.
In addition to the annual Bible Reading plans, ABibleADay.com also has hundreds of pages of information about the Bible, including Bible FAQs, Bible terms, books of the Bible, and a Bible blog.
Download one of the 2015 Bible reading plans or learn more about the Bible from ABibleADay.com. and have a Happy New Year!
Peter DeHaan writes about biblical Christianity to confront status quo religion and live a life that matters. He seeks a fresh approach to following Jesus through the lens of Scripture, without the baggage of made-up traditions and meaningless practices.