Read Through the 2017 Christian Standard Bible with Me in 2018

I will be reading through the 2017 Christian Standard Bible in 2018 beginning January 1 (this year I read through the MEV). To make this year’s read through the Bible in the year more of a community effort, I created a group reading plan for the 2017 Christian Standard Bible on my Faithlife group Community Study Bible.Faithlife groups are online groups that are a part of Logos Bible Software.

To get started, click below to join my Faithlife group Community Study Bible. You will need a Faithlife.com account (if you use Logos Bible Software or any other Logos Bible Software family of apps, you already have a Faithlife.com account. If you don’t have a Faithlife.com account, it’s free to get started and create one). On the sidebar under group readings, you’ll want to connect to the Read the 2017 CSB in One Year reading plan.

You can use a print version of the 2017 Christian Standard Bible to read through the Bible in a year (in fact, I’ll probably use the leather edition B&H sent me as a review copy since I am a member of ETS). If you want the actual Logos edition of the 2017 Christian Standard Bible, it is available to purchase here. If you have any insights or observations to share with the Community Study Bible Faithlife group, you’re welcome to share them using the Community Notes feature on Faithlife groups (instructions on how to use Community Notes are on the Activity page for the Community Study Bible Faithlife group).

If you wish to interact with the Community Study Bible Faithlife group on your mobile device, you can download the Logos or Faithlife Study Bible app (both offer basically the same functionality, so you only need one of them). You can also use Logos Bible Software on the desktop to interact with the Community Study Bible Faithlife group. If you’re new to Logos and don’t own a Logos base package or Logos Now membership, you can grab Logos Basic for free which will give you access to the desktop app and a suite of free Logos resources for your Bible study and allow you to interact with the Community Study Bible Faithlife group.


Nathan Parker

Nathan was formerly the President and CEO of Mallard Computer, Inc., a company dedicated to using technology to further the Great Commission, until he dissolved the company late 2017 to prepare for a Ph.D. program. Nathan was homeschooled through the A Beka Academy DVD program and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Religion/Ministry at Luther Rice Seminary and a Master of Divinity specializing in Biblical Languages there as well. Nathan plans to pursue a Ph.D. in Systematic Theology and teach theology for online programs in Bible colleges and seminaries.

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