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The new how to study your Bible
LCC: BS600.3 .A795 2010 (Source: dlc)
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Lccn: 2010012445
Table Of Contents
Observation : discover what it says!
Interpretation : discover what it means!
Application : discover how it works!
Organization : broaden your skills!
Practical helps : tools for further study
Appendix A : summary of the inductive process
Appendix B : at a glance chart
Appendix C : observation worksheet
Appendix D : how to use word study tools
Appendix E : tense, voice, and mood of verbs
Appendix F : how to discover tense, voice, and mood
Appendix G : recommended study helps.
Authorized Access Point
Arthur, Kay, 1933- new how to study your Bible
Authorized Access Point Variant
Arthur, David, 1967- new how to study your Bible
De Lacy, Pete. new how to study your Bible