History is a communicative for posterity. We can learn from history, if we choose, or we can repeat it. We only learn from history if it is communicated accurately. History inaccurately portrayed can be a means to an end, if deception is used by politicians, religious leaders, despots, or dynasties to control peoples. Accuracy is important when communicating, whether it is relayed orally, in print, or visually. A miscommunication can be as bad as or worse than silence.
While the Holy Bible is available in numerous mediums, translated, spoken, read aloud, or interpreted en masse, its representation in one-on-one communication is limited. Why? Most people, adults, teens, and children, depend on someone else for their understanding of the Holy Scriptures. When asked to explain why they believe in Christ they eloquently express their belief based on experience, prayer, and faith but the ability to sit down and back it up with Scripture is not comfortable.
Why Only John 3:16?
If you ask most adult Americans to cite a Scripture from the Holy Bible, invariably they will refer to John 3:16. We began to wonder, if 3:16 was connected to twenty-one of the twenty seven books in the New Testament, rather than only the Gospel of John, would conversations be more apt to happen?