How to Study the Bible: Basic Principles for Studying God’s Word by Gregory Brown
Description: There is quite a bit of confusion over how to study the Bible. This confusion has led to extremes—including hesitancy in approaching the Bible at all (as though it can never be understood) or, on the other end of the spectrum, heretical doctrine. God has given us his Word to be read, studied, understood, enjoyed, applied, and shared. It is meant to be one of our greatest joys, because through Scripture, we get to know our Creator and his will for our lives. Consider what David proclaimed about God’s Word, “O how I love your law! All day long I meditate on it…Your words are sweeter in my mouth than honey!” (Psalm 119:97, 103). Likewise, Job declared, “I have treasured the words of his mouth more than my daily bread” (Job 23:12b). In How to Study the Bible, we learn the great benefits of studying Scripture, hindrances to study, basic Bible study tools, and how to interpret and apply it, among other things. Let’s learn how to study God’s Word together with the Bible Teacher’s Guide.
The book enjoys an impressive list of endorsements including:
- Dr. Elmer Towns; Co-founder of Liberty University; Former Dean, Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary
- Dr. Young-Gil Kim; Founding President, Handong Global University
- Dr. Neal Weaver; President, Louisiana Baptist University
- Ajith Fernando; Teaching Director, Youth for Christ; Author of A Call to Joy and Pain
- Dr. Min Chung; Senior Pastor, Covenant Fellowship Church, Urbana, Illinois; Adjunct Professor, Urbana Theological Seminary