2018 Bible as Lit

#2018BibleRBR Daily Reading Plan: March

Here is my daily reading schedule for March. As mentioned in the original post, this month the reading plan is Deuteronomy 5 through 1 Samuel 17. As always, feel free to read ahead, fall behind, or jump around.

I’ll be back again every Sunday with my thoughts on that week’s reading. On March 31, I’ll post a wrap-up for the month plus the reading plan for March.

The Reading Plan for March:

  • March 1: Deuteronomy 5-7
  • March 2: Deuteronomy 8-10
  • March 3: Deuteronomy 11-13
  • March 4: Deuteronomy 14-16
  • March 5: Deuteronomy 17-20
  • March 6: Deuteronomy 21-23
  • March 7: Deuteronomy 24-27
  • March 8: Deuteronomy 28-29
  • March 9: Deuteronomy 30-31
  • March 10: Deuteronomy 32-34
  • March 11: Joshua 1-4
  • March 12: Joshua 5-8
  • March 13: Joshua 9-11
  • March 14: Joshua 12-15
  • March 15: Joshua 16-18
  • March 16: Joshua 19-21
  • March 17: Joshua 22-24
  • March 18: Judges 1-2
  • March 19: Judges 3-5
  • March 20: Judges 6-7
  • March 21: Judges 8-9
  • March 22: Judges 10-12
  • March 23: Judges 13-15
  • March 24: Judges 16-18
  • March 25: Judges 19-21
  • March 26: Ruth 1-4
  • March 27: 1 Samuel 1-3
  • March 28: 1 Samuel 4-8
  • March 29: 1 Samuel 9-12
  • March 30: 1 Samuel 13-14
  • March 31: 1 Samuel 15-17

I look forward to sharing my thoughts on the stories and literary elements of the Bible, as I see them, and I am especially eager to hear what you all find in your own explorations. As a reminder, this is a secular reading of the bible as literature, so any/all respectful thoughts and opinions are welcome. In my opinion, the more perspectives we have, the better!

To share on Twitter/Facebook/Instagram, etc, please use: #2018BibleRBR

Standard

2 thoughts on “#2018BibleRBR Daily Reading Plan: March

  1. Amazingly, I am on track. I just finished Deuteronomy last night and began Joshua. And while I am reading it as literature, somewhat, I am mostly reading it as the Word of God. But what a book it is! I find so much strength within its pages. I have finally put up a post referencing your event, and I’m glad you’re hosting it for the bookish/blogging community.

    Like

What do you think?

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.