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"Now these were more noble-minded..., for they received the word with great eagerness, examining the Scriptures daily to see whether these things were so" (Acts 17:11).

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Select an answer (or answers) to a question and click "How did I do?" when your test is ready to be graded.

Links to scriptures will pop up a small window with the scripture text in it.

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How do we study the Bible?

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Scripture quotations taken from the NASB.

How do we study the Bible? - Introduction

The Bible can absolutely be read and understood by all, but there are aspects of it that many people misunderstand. For example, some assume the books of the Bible are in chronological order. Also it is important to discern when the Bible is being figurative and when it is literal. The first lesson in this series will give a quick overview of how the Bible is set up.

Lesson 1 is a brief overview of the Bible and how it is set up.

Lesson 2 is about dispensations, which are the three major periods in the Bible and the nature of the laws that people in those times had to obey.

Lesson 3 discusses what roles context and figurative language have in the Bible. By understanding these things one can properly understand Scripture and what the intended meaning is.

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