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Title: How to Study the Bible


1
How to Study the Bible
  • John and Kim Slye

MBC Connections
2
Elements of Inductive Study
  • I. CONTEXT IS KING!!
  • II. OBSERVATION - 80 of Study
  • III. INTERPRETATION - 20 of Study
  • IV. APPLICATION .
  • V. COMMUNICATION .

3
Our Mantra
  • Remember . . .
  • - Pray
  • - Its all about the relationship intimacy with
    the Living Word
  • - The Holy Spirit is our resident teacher

4
Review Personal Study
  • Word Studies
  • Affliction
  • Suffering
  • Destruction
  • Cross References
  • Suffering and Affliction

5
Principles of Application
  • IV. Application .
  • How do I need to think, feel or act?
  • .

6
Every Christian Enjoys Secret Prayer Time
  • A. Is there an Example for me to follow?

7
Every Christian Enjoys Secret Prayer Time
  • B. Are there Commands for me to obey? .

8
Every Christian Enjoys Secret Prayer Time
  • C. Are there Errors for me to avoid?

9
Every Christian Enjoys Secret Prayer Time
  • D. Are there Sins for me to forsake?

10
Every Christian Enjoys Secret Prayer Time
  • E. Are there Promises for me to claim?

11
Every Christian Enjoys Secret Prayer Time
  • F. Are there significant Thoughts about
    God?
  • .

12
Principles of Application
  • V. Communication .
  • What do I say to others?
  • .

13
Bible Translation
  • Historical Perspective

1935 Wycliffe Bible Translators formed
1800 Modern missionary movement Bible
Societies formed
1611 King James orders Authorized Version
13th Century Some European languages, John
Wycliffe 1st English work
Greek Latin
14
Bible Translation Today
  • 6,912 separate and distinct language groups
  • 429 languages adequate Bible OT NT
  • 1,144 languages adequate New Testament only
  • 853 languages Scripture portions
  • 1,941 languages in progress, 539 started lt 8
    years, 32 began in 2006

Source Wycliffe Bible Translators United Bible
Societies
15
Bible Translation Today
  • 2,286 languages do not have any of the Bible in
    their native tongue/heart language
  • 196 million people waiting for work to begin
  • Approximately 400 different English translations

Source Wycliffe Bible Translators United Bible
Societies
16
Bible Basics
  • 1. Original Languages
  • a. New Testament
  • - Koine Greek and Aramaic
  • b. Old Testament
  • - Hebrew
  • - Septuagint
  • - Vulgate

17
Bible Basics
  • 2. The Translation Spectrum
  • a. Literal
  • b. Free
  • c. Dynamic Equivalence

18
Bible Translation Spectrum
  • Dynamic
  • Literal Equivalence Free
  • _________________________________________
  • KJV RSV NIV GNB Phillips
  • NKJV JB Message
  • NASB NEB Living
  • Amplified

19
Some Thoughts on Translations
  • a. Dont Argue
  • Do all things without grumbling or disputing
  • - Phil. 214

20
Some Thoughts on Translations
  • b. Do Use Multiple Translations as you study

21
Some Thoughts on Translations
  • c. Remember the purpose of Bible study is to grow
    in
  • Relationship with and Knowledge of
  • God, not to increase our pride . - Eccl.
    1212b-13

22
Some Thoughts on Translations
  • … excessive devotion to books is wearying to
    the body. The conclusion, when all has been
    heard, is fear God and keep His commandments,
    because this applies to every person.
  • - Eccl. 1212b-13

23
Some Thoughts on Translations
  • d. Pray for the 196 million people (2,286
    language groups) that do not have Gods Word.

24
Suggested Resources
  • 1. Study Bible
  • 2. Bible alternate versions, parallels,
    interlinear, etc.
  • 3. Concordances exhaustive for word studies
  • 4. Word Study Dictionaries
  • 5. Bible Dictionaries

25
Suggested Resources
  • 6. Bible Handbooks
  • 7. Commentary
  • 8. How to Study and other books
  • 9. Software
  • 10. Online Resources

26
Where to Go From Here
  • New to the Bible? . . .
  • . . . Or ready for the next step?

27
Fall 08 Precept Upon Precept Studies
  • Tuesday Nights
  • Ephesians (men only)
  • 1 Corinthians (men women)
  • 2 Kings and 2 Chronicles - Elijah (women only)
  • Wednesday Mornings
  • Ephesians (women only)
  • 2 Kings and 2 Chronicles - Elijah (women only w/
    Kim)
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