Sola Scriptura, the foundation of the Protestant Reformation 500 years ago, was a call to return to the roots of our faith by embracing as our highest authority. The shares that vision and invites you back to read the living Word in its most ancient arrangement. The Old Testament is ordered according to the traditional shaping of the Hebrew Scriptures: the Torah, the Former and Latter Prophets, and the Writings. The New Testament is reorganized by placing each of the four Gospels at the head of four groupings that together bear witness to the central story of Jesus. In the same spirit of recalling the distraction-free reading of the early church, the removes chapter and verse numbers, red letters, and cross references present in most modern Bibles.