I remember when I was a little girl they read a lot of "bible stories" to us that are pretty standard fare in such places. "David and Goliath," "Moses in the Bullrushes," "Noah's Ark." As an adult, I find many, many Christians can practically quote Hebrews, but give me blank stares when I mention the Sermon on the Mount. I know some kids who studied theology who can't tell me anything at all about the minor prophets. I understand the tendancy to go, "Well, the New Testatment is what matters," but - we can discover so much about the nature of God, what the prophecies of God were, and which ones Christ fulfilled, which ones are yet to be filled - if we really try to read the entire bible. The more I read, the more awed I am by God, and everytime I read it, I find something that leaps out at me that didn't leap out the first time. So, I'm curious. What is your favorite book of the bible? Do you read the minor prophets of the Old Testament? Do you read the major prophets of the Old Testament? Do you ever read Revelation and wonder how the message to the churches might apply to today?