Posted by Kevin Rush | 5:50 AM | , , | 5 comments »

I recently was invited to be a beta tester for BibleMesh.

BibleMesh is a tool developed by Redeemer City to City, an associated with Timothy Keller's Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City.

BibleMesh is an online interface to teach and discuss the bible, the God of the bible, and God's story revealed through the scripture.  It starts each section out with a 10+ minute video explaining the over arching theme of at portion of scripture.  The sections are...
  1. Creation
  2. The Patriarchs 
  3. Moses
  4. Israel
  5. After the Exile
  6. Jesus
  7. The Church
Then you can dig deeper by exploring specific information about key events, characters, background, or theology. Once you have watched the video and explored the content, you can take a bible survey which is a little online quiz to help you retain (or learn) what you have just studied.

If that wasn't enough they also have groups where it appears you could make your own study using the content. They have discussion forums for those who have questions about the bible.

Over all this is a nice and helpful tool that allows you to dig deeper into scripture.  I have yet to see a price tag, but I hope they make it free, or at least a very minimal cost.


  1. Christian Burrows United guy // February 23, 2010 at 2:59 PM  

    This is a great website. Lots of information here. Thank you.

  2. Daniel // June 3, 2010 at 10:44 AM  

    Yes i like the video on the biblemesh..
    but what does it mean the "mesh"?

    and who did this project?

  3. Anonymous // July 6, 2010 at 11:44 AM  

    I go to and I am only able to see the opening video. How do I get to the good stuff? Am I missing something?

  4. Matthew // July 19, 2010 at 9:11 AM  

    BibleMesh is coming in August 2010. The project is being produced by the same team that publishes the online Kairos Journal.

  5. Anonymous // August 6, 2010 at 3:22 PM  

    BibleMesh was developed by Momentum Design Lab in conjunction with the people publish the online Kairos Journal.