Unveiling Scripture in the culture

Every Sunday PRIXM offers you a creative and memorable reading of Scripture: discover how it has influenced our artistic culture for 2000 years, what its texts say, and what they really mean. Contents are supervised by an editorial committee of Dominican Friars at the Ecole Biblique et Archéologique Française de Jérusalem

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The contents come from the research programme The Bible in Its Traditions, the most extensive and well-organzised digital annotation of the Bible ever undertaken.
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Already 140,000 French readers. Launched in Portugal on February 2018.

A Bible for the 21st century

With the help of 300 academics, animated by a strong desire to share an understanding of the beauty and depth of Scripture, the École biblique is building The Bible in Its Traditions, the most extensive and well-organzised digital annotation of the Bible ever undertaken. The ambitious work is not yet done, but we are convinced that the spirit of the Bible in Its Traditions and the results already published deserved to be shared with the public thanks to PRIXM newsletters.

A strong desire to share an understanding of the beauty and depth of Scripture

Thanks to the help of 300 academics, animated by a strong desire to share an understanding of the beauty and depth of Scripture, the École biblique is building The Bible in Its Traditions, the most extensive and well-organzised digital annotation of the Bible ever undertaken. The ambitious work is not yet done, but we are convinced that the spirit of the Bible in Its Traditions and the results already published deserved to be shared with the public – and without further ado.

As a consequence, with the help of 3 young entrepreneurs living in Paris, we have launched PRIXM, a free, weekly newsletter. Every Sunday, PRIXM comments in surprising and clever ways upon some text from the Bible—always using paintings, films, and songs produced by great artists somehow inspired by the passage.

PRIXM is a success in France. 140,000 people already subscribe to the newsletter and a dialogue was naturally initiated with the readers. Subscribers regularly react and post questions, further inspiring our research and our work. 

Thank you for your support, PRIXM grows with you and thanks to you!

  The best way to discover how art and pop culture meet Scripture!

James

I own a bookshop in Laghouat, a city in the south of Algeria. Thank you so much for your weekly comment on the influence of Scripture on art and culture.

Khaled

PRIXM newsletters provide an opportunity to look at biblical passages with fresh eyes. It’s the best way to learn and be surprised by what’s inside the Bible!

Elizabeth
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PRIXM is a project endled by the nonprofit 
“AISBL – LA BIBLE EN SES TRADITIONS”
Headquarters: 1200 Woluwe-Saint-Lambert, avenue Albert Dumont, 6, 1200 Brussels, Belgium
Executive Director: fr. Olivier-Thomas Venard O.P., vice-director of the Ecole Biblique et Archéologique Française de Jérusalem.