This is a biblical exposition podcast, in which Clinton De France takes listeners on an educational journey through the Bible: book by book, chapter by chapter, and verse by verse. While there aren’t many podcasts like this – dedicated to working through every sentence, phrase, and word in the Bible – this podcast has some other unique features. It represents undenominational Christianity; an effort to draw out the earliest and purest beliefs and practices of the followers of Jesus Christ during the time of Jesus and His apostles. Brother De France makes a concerted effort to avoid dogmatic traditionalism, subjective mysticism, and cynical liberalism in his teaching. If you hear something that challenges you, or something that you would like to challenge, brother De France welcomes correspondence and will release a special Question and Response episode once a month. Each time we begin a new book, brother De France will start with a short, non-exhaustive introduction before getting into the text. The text will be divided into related sections, sometimes consisting only of a few verses and sometimes stretching from one chapter into another as the context demands. We’ll give a title to each series reflecting what we have concluded about the general theme of the book.
Did a church council take place in Acts 15? If so, who was involved and how did the work through the issues that brought them together? Find out in our study of Acts 15:6-18.
What was the doctrine of the Judaizers? Why did Paul oppose it so strongly? Can this doctrine threaten the church today? Find out in our study of Acts 15:1-5.
Special Study: The Background of Acts 15
What was the controversy which led to the conference in Jerusalem in Acts 15? Find out in our important study of some of the Biblical and historical context for this chapter.
After we are converted to Christ, what does it take to "enter the kingdom of God"? Find out in our study of Acts 14:18-28
Do those without the Bible have a witness to the one true God? If so, what is it? Find out in our study of Acts 14:1-17.
Luke says that in Pisidian Antioch "as many as were appointed to eternal life believed." What does this mean? Does it support the idea of unconditional election for salvation? Find out in our study of Acts 13:44-52.
The Bible Podcast You've Been Looking For
This is easily one of the best Bible podcasts I've ever heard. It's so refreshing to hear the simple reading and discussion of the Scriptures. Verse-by-Verse will provoke deep thought about the gospel truth and motivate you to reflect on your own life.
Plus, the episodes are the perfect length for a morning commute. I recommend this podcast to everyone!
A Podcast for Everyone
Verse by Verse draws much water from the well in a digestible format — not too long, not too short. Not only this, the flow of thought is clear, concise, and thought provoking. I’ve enjoyed studying through the book of Acts with an old home congregation of mine, but this expository study is helping me learn even more! I’m looking forward to many more episodes covering the remaining books of the Bible with Bro. Clint.
This podcast has an honest and sincere approach to rightly dividing God’s word. Highly recommended to everyone looking to increase their understanding of the scriptures.