How to Study the Bible

How to Study the Bible


The Scriptures describe themselves as "more valuable than gold, yes, than much fine gold" Psalms 19:10.

The Bible was written over a 1,500 year time span by different people, in different places, from different cultures who wrote in different ways.

Some wrote like historians using historical narrative, others wrote very eloquent poetry, Jesus taught in parables at times, and then there are the very mysterious and often baffling prophetic writings.

Following correct Bible study principles is necessary in order to interpret the Bible accurately.


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Lesson 9
 
 
4/5/2009 

Lesson 9 Old Testament Application
Jack Hughes 
 
4/5/2009 

Lesson 8 Studying Proverbs
Jack Hughes 
 
3/29/2009 

Lesson 8
 
 
3/29/2009 

Lesson 7
 
 
3/22/2009 

Lesson 7 Studying Prophecy
Jack Hughes 
 
3/22/2009 

Lesson 6
 
 
3/8/2009 

Lesson 6 Studying Narrative
Jack Hughes 
 
3/8/2009 

Lesson 5 Studying Parables
Jack Hughes 
 
3/1/2009 

Lesson 5
 
 
3/1/2009 

Lesson 4 (Part 2)
 
 
2/22/2009 

Lesson 4 Hermeneutics, Exegesis & Exposition
Jack Hughes 
 
2/8/2009 

Lesson 4 (Part 1)
 
 
2/8/2009 

Lesson 3 (Part 2)
 
 
2/1/2009 

Lesson 3 (Part 1)
 
 
1/25/2009 

Lesson 3 Cultural Customs, Word Studies & Interpreation
Jack Hughes 
 
1/25/2009 

Lesson 2
 
 
1/11/2009 

Lesson 2 Context is King
Jack Hughes 
 
1/11/2009 

Lesson 1
 
 
1/4/2009 

Lesson 1 Introduction
Jack Hughes 
 
1/4/2009