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.
CONTENTS of How to Study the Bible
1. Study of Texts
2. Study of Books
3. Study of Groups of Books
4. Study of Doctrine
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Democrats violate the Bill of Rights I reference an article in American Thinker that explains the Democrats' violation of most of the bill of rights. Whereas they are elected American politicians, each one is sworn to uphold the Constitution, and their way of governing is in flagrant violation of the law they swear to uphold.
The best preparation for the successful study of the Bible is deep devotion to Him who is its Author, and to the Saviour of whom it speaks. But only second to this is a good method of study, which will conduct the mind naturally into the subject, and lead it on from attainment to attainment. Without love to God the Bible has little chance of being much read; but without an intelligent method a nascent love for it may be arrested or even extinguished. Love quickens study; and study, pursued in the right way, increases love.
The purpose of this article is to give a few practical hints on the best ways of studying the Bible.