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What Bible reading plan schedules are available?

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Various churches and seminaries offer a range of Bible reading plan schedules, for instance, "Chronological," where the Bible events are studied in order they happened, and a "5 by 5 by 5" plan for reading every working day. All these schedules are provided free of charge.

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Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary's Bible reading schedule involves daily reading of two chapters from Old Testament in addition to reading one Poetry chapter and one New Testament chapter Monday to Friday. The seminary offers electronic and paper versions of the schedule for personal and church use.

Back to the Bible Christian ministry offers a choice of five Bible reading plan schedules. "Beginning to End" is a simple plan of reading the Bible from cover to cover. The books of the Bible are arranged in the order they were written in the "Historical" plan. "Blended" and "Old and New Testament Together" plans use different combinations of readings from Old and New Testament.

Ligonier Ministries, The Teaching Fellowship of R.C. Sproul, provides the "52 Week Bible Reading Plan," which focuses on a different Bible genre, such as Epistles, History and Prophecy for each week. "Every Word in the Bible" involves alternate readings from the Old and New Testaments, one chapter at a time. To read the Old and New Testament once and Psalms and Proverbs four times, use "Two-Year Bible Reading Plan."

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