I want to lead a bible study for our church this fall. I am certainly not an expert in bible studies and am looking for a guide. I figure it will be a forum for discussion and discovery. UU comes out of the Jewish and Christian faiths and I feel that it very important to understand the books important to these faiths for a greater understanding of Unitarian Universalism. Anyway, I went to the UUA website to see if they might have a progressive Bible studyguide. They don't. I then checked out the UCC's website and found a great deal of information. Why don't we have this?! Why do we continually deny our heritage. Why don't we try to understand it better? Along that lines, why don't we publish our own bible? Where are the progressive bibles? Shouldn't we take this on? Is it out there and I just missed it?! After viewing the UCC website, I am feeling that the UUA could learn a lot.
For those who have led bible studies - any suggestions on how to go about it? Any good sources you know of?