Boa, K. – Studying the Scriptures

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Studying the Scriptures
Kenneth Boa

The Bible is unique in its production, preservation, proclamations, and product. In its production, it is a harmonious and unified message of redemption that has emerged out of diversity of authors, circumstances, and literary forms. In its preservation, it has miraculously withstood the ravages of time, persecution, and criticism, and continues to be the best selling book in the world. In its proclamations, it stands alone in its revelation of God’s plan from eternity to eternity and in its life-giving message. In its product, it has changed the course of history, reached more people, and transformed more lives than any other book.

In spite of all this, the Bible is often taken for granted, even by those who vehemently support its inspiration and authority. Many believers associate Bible study with drudgery; limiting themselves to mere samples, they never cultivate a true taste for its contents. There are two basic reasons for this problem: lack of a proper motivation and lack of a proper method. This booklet is designed to overcome these obstacles to fruitful Bible study.

To own a Bible is a tremendous responsibility—to whom much has been given, much is required (Luke 12:48). The Scriptures must not merely be owned, but known; not merely known, but believed; and not merely believed, but obeyed. To encourage this, we will look at the purpose, prerequisites, principles, process, and practice of Bible study.

Bing, C.C. – How to share the Gospel Clearly

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How to Share the Gospel Clearly
Study By: Charles C. Bing

This is a single chapter sermon on the correct and incorrect approaches to presenting the Gospel. Bing examines the purpose, methodology, and other aspects of evangelism. This topic is far too often overlooked or under emphasized.

Betts, G.H. – How to Teach Religion

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HOW TO TEACH RELIGION
Principles and Methods
by GEORGE HERBERT BETTS

A book on how to teach religion for Christian educations (Sunday School).

THE ABINGDON PRESS
NEW YORK CINCINNATI
1926

In this work, educator Betts (Methodist Episcopal) explains how a person teaches religion. He begins with the person of the teacher, then the great objective, a fourfold foundation (right aims, material, organization, and presentation), religious knowledge, religious attitude, connecting instruction with life and conduct, the subject matter of religious education, organization of the material, the technique, making truth vivid, types of teaching, and methods, etc. His work is directed at helping the teacher to be a better teacher for the glory of God. Continue reading

Beza – Rights of Rulers Over Their Subjects

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Concerning the Rights of Rulers Over Their Subjects and the Duty Of Subjects Towards Their Rulers.

By Theodore Beza
1572

Summary: This is a 10 chaper work by Beza (French Reformator)that explores the relationship between the subjects and the ruler of a land from a biblical perspective.

A brief and clear treatise particularly indispensable to either class in these troubled times.

Translation by Henry-Louis Gonin, edited by Patrick S. Poole

Notes from the critical French Edition translated by Patrick S. Poole. This edition and translation © 1995 Patrick S. Poole ([email protected])

To Kings and Princes the Counsel of David: Psalm 2: Serve the Lord with fear, and rejoice with trembling. Kiss the Son lest he be angry, and you perish in the way, for His wrath will soon be kindled.

To the Subjects: I Peter 2:13: Be subjects to every ordinance of man for the Lord’s sake. Continue reading

Beauchamp, M. – Days of Blessing in Inland China

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Days of Blessing in Inland China
by Beauchamp, M.
(1890)
A tremendous record of the Cambridge Seven and J Hudson Taylor in Shan-si province, China during a period of revival. It contains first-hand accounts of the early ministries of C T Studd, Pastor Hsi, Cecil Polhill etc.