Biblical Reflection

BSI E-NEWSLETTER NOVEMBER 2020

October 31, each year marks the day of Reformation. Reformation is an on going process in divine-human history and hence confining Reformation only to October 31, 1517 is not justified. Reformation has been an on going act of God....

BSI E-NEWSLETTER OCTOBER 2020

The Great Commission Text in Matthew 28: 18-20 is the key text for our engagement in the Mission of God.The Church around the globe and the various mission bodies had been caught up with the mandate for mission inherent in this text...

BSI E-NEWSLETTER SEPTEMBER 2020

The term ‘marketplace’ is used to mean ‘the public square’ in the widest sense. That is, I am not thinking only of ‘the market’ in a purely economic sense, but the whole world of work – trade, professions, law, government, education, industry...

BSI E-NEWSLETTER AUGUST 2020

The Bible Society of India, through one of her projects called “Scripture Engagement with the Poor Children of India” is reaching out to thousands of poor and deserving children across India...

BSI E-NEWSLETTER JULY 2020

Recently two episodes in the TV caught my attention. One was about the cruelty of the humans against animals – giving a pregnant elephant fruits filled with firecrackers to eat, which led to the death of the elephant. ...

BSI E-NEWSLETTER JUNE 2020

One of the questions that I face in times like COVID-19 is, “Where is God?” I understand and deeply sympathize with the question. I do. But I need to ask why is it only in the hard times that we tend to ask this question? When the sun is shining, and times are...

BSI E-NEWSLETTER MAY 2020

Romans 8:18-39 has been a very encouraging text for me at times of uncertainty, upheaval. In it we are reminded that creation, and therefore, humanity, is not what it is supposed to be, and that creation, and therefore, humanity “groans” in all kinds of ways for healing.

BSI E-NEWSLETTER APRIL 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) is impacting all of us—both as individuals and communities. The very fabric of everyday life is changing before us; these are unprecedented times. For lay people the etymology is complicated. Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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