The plan guides you through The Parchment Project’s 2-page format.
The 2-page format respects the literary sections of the 10 longer books.
The 17 short Epistles fit on 2 pages or less.
As a result, you travel through the New Testament by reading 2 pages per day, 5 days per week.
The survey last 4 months if you read 2 pages at a time or in 8 months if you read 1 page at a time.
Unique features grow out of the
Panoramic Reading Plan:
It builds off of the 4 Gospels and their relationship with the Epistles.
1. Begin chronologically, by reading Luke, followed by Acts.
During the reading of Acts, the reading of Paul’s Epistles correspond to his 3 journeys and his imprisonment.
2. Then, read Mathew, James and Hebrews because all 3 focus primarily on Jewish audiences.
For example, James contains up to 15 statements found in Jesus’s Sermon on the Mount (Mtt 5-7). These are highlighted in TPP's chart for Matthew.
3. Next, read Mark, 1 & 2 Peter and Jude.
Many commentators recognize Mark as the Pen of Peter. The Epistles of Jude and Peter share some of the same exhortations.
4. Lastly, read John, followed by 1, 2, 3 John and Revelation.
The relationships between the Gospels and the Epistles provide an edifying survey of the New Testament.
May God bless you and your community as more people read, reflect and relate His word to daily life.
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