Reformed Theology Listening to the Bible vs Reading  Calvinism

Listening to the Bible vs Reading

Reformed Theology Listening to the Bible vs Reading  Calvinism
Listening to the Bible vs Reading

So this is likely a dumb issue, but this is something I wrestle with fairly often. Due to constraints on my time, I am sometimes unable to read as much of the Bible as I desire, so I will listen to it on my drive to and from work on occasion. However, I have always had this unexplainable hang-up about listening to the Bible vs actually reading it, as if listening to it is cheating and not as helpful. I know that listening to an audio Bible is not the best idea if you are doing a serious scripture study, or even trying to remember exactly what verse and chapter a particular passage is from, but honestly, is there anything "wrong" with listening to the Bible as much as you read it?

So this is likely a dumb issue, but this is something I wrestle with fairly often. Due to constraints on my time, I am sometimes unable to read as much of the Bible as I desire, so I will listen to it on my drive to and from work on occasion. However, I have always had this unexplainable hang-up about listening to the Bible vs actually reading it, as if listening to it is cheating and not as helpful. I know that listening to an audio Bible is not the best idea if you are doing a serious scripture study, or even trying to remember exactly what verse and chapter a particular passage is from, but honestly, is there anything "wrong" with listening to the Bible as much as you read it?

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Submitted March 09, 2017 at 08:51AM by McFrenchington