How to Study Your Bible Paperback

Discover the Life-changing Approach to God's Word

by David Arthur; Kay Arthur; Pete De Lacy;

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How to Study Your Bible

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Beloved Bible teacher Kay Arthur's inductive study method has helped millions of people discover the truth of God's Word for themselves. This bestselling and dynamic guide, written with David Arthur and Pete De Lacy, invites readers of all levels of Bible literacy and learning to dive deeper into God's promises. Now you can cultivate the inductive skills of observation, interpretation, and application and become an active participant in God's Word. In 15 easy-to-understand chapters, the authors present a systematic approach that includes key words, context studies, comparison and contrasts, topical studies, and more. This life-changing way of understanding and exploring Scripture reveals the Bible's message and helps you live boldly and confidently in God's truths.

How to Study Your Bible by David Arthur; Kay Arthur; Pete De Lacy was published by Harvest House in January 2014 and is our 12013th best seller. The ISBN for How to Study Your Bible is 9780736953436.

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Details for How to Study Your Bible

Page last updated 3rd December 2014
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherHarvest House (January 2014)
Number of Pages208
Thickness15 mm
Height216 mm
Width140 mm
Product Code4254051
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