#2018BibleRBR Daily Reading Plan: June

Hello, Bible-As-Literature readers! As you’re probably noticing, I’m way behind in my own reading/posting. The end of the semester was a real beast, but I do plan to get caught up (I might not post weekly, however. I’m going to try to get caught up on the reading and then post one big “catch-up” — and then stay on track from that point forward.)

Here is my daily reading schedule for June. As mentioned in the original post, this month the reading plan is Job 1 – Psalms 89. 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 June 30, I’ll post the daily reading plan for July.

The Reading Plan for June:

  • June 1: Job 1-4
  • June 2: Job 5-7
  • June 3: Job 8-10
  • June 4: Job 11-13
  • June 5: Job 14-16
  • June 6: Job 17-20
  • June 7: Job 21-23
  • June 8: Job 24-28
  • June 9: Job 29-31
  • June 10: Job 32-34
  • June 11: Job 35-37
  • June 12: Job 38-39
  • June 13: Job 40-42
  • June 14: Psalms 1-8
  • June 15: Psalms 9-16
  • June 16: Psalms 17-20
  • June 17: Psalms 21-25
  • June 18: Psalms 26-31
  • June 19: Psalms 32-35
  • June 20: Psalms 36-39
  • June 21: Psalms 40-45
  • June 22: Psalms 46-50
  • June 23: Psalms 51-57
  • June 24: Psalms 58-65
  • June 25: Psalms 66-69
  • June 26: Psalms 70-73
  • June 27: Psalms 74-77
  • June 28: Psalms 78-79
  • June 29: Psalms 80-85
  • June 30: Psalms 86-89

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!

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