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Adeney, W.F. – How to Read the Bible (online)

HOW TO READ THE BIBLE (Online)
HINTS FOR SUNDAY-SCHOOL TEACHERS AND OTHER BIBLE STUDENTS
WALTER F. ADENEY, M.A.,
Professor of New Testament Exegesis, etc., New College, London
Author of ” The Theology of the New Testament ” (** Theological Educator “)
“The Canticles and Lamentations,” “Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther” (“Expositor’s Bible”), etc.
NEW YORK
Sunday School Lesson, Sunday School Lesson for kids
THOMAS WHITTAKER
2 AND 3 BIBLE HOUSE
1897

In this 16 chapter work, Adeney examines the Bible as to the different types of literature that it is, and how to approach reading and studying it.

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Stalker, J. – How to Study the Bible

How to Study the Bible
by the Rev. James Stalker, D.D.
(Reproduced from The Bible Readers’ Manual; or, Aids to Biblical Study edited by C.H.H. Wright, 1895).

This is a shorter work on studying the Bible. Stalker has 4 chapers, the study of texts, books, groups of books, and doctrine. Continue reading

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Boa, K. – Studying the Scriptures

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.

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