Learn to Read the Bible Effectively Course

Learn to Read the Bible effectively

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  • Starting on Tuesday 13th September 2016 at 7:45pm and finishing at 9:00pm.
  • The course takes place at: Churchers College (Room 43 Old College) Ramshill, Petersfield, GU31 4AS
  • The objective of the course is to equip you with the
    skills required to understand the scriptural teaching and principles for yourself and so benefit from a new appreciation of the Bible.
  • There are no charges for the course.

You will learn…

  • Who wrote the Bible – where did it
    come from?
  • How to remove the ‘mystery’
    which many religions cast about
    the Bible.
  • How to use cross-references.
    How to learn more in less time
    with effective study tools.
  • How to tackle the difficult
    language sometimes used in the
    Bible.
  • An overview of each book of
    the Bible in a concise, easy to
    understand manner.
  • History and chronology (the order
    of events) in the Bible.
  • Three tips for letting the Bible
    interpret itself.
  • How to read carefully (e.g. Adam
    and Eve didn’t eat an apple).
  • How to overcome boredom when
    reading.

  • How to prove to yourself that the
    Bible is not a work of fiction.
  • When an understanding of
    Hebrew and Greek can help,
    and why it isn’t essential to Bible
    understanding.
  • What the title ‘Christ’ means, plus
    plenty of other definitions to make
    Bible reading easier.
  • How science is reconciled with the
    Bible.
  • What happens at death.
  • Why quoting a single passage
    is dangerous (how to keep in
    context).
  • About the Jews and why they are
    so important in the Bible.
  • Why the Bible seems difficult to
    understand in parts and how it can
    be simplified.
  • How so many interpretations of
    the Bible developed.

  • Why there are four gospel
    accounts.
  • When and how to gain an
    understanding of the book of
    Revelation.
  • Why God allows so much suffering
    and wickedness in the world.
  • How critics of the Bible ‘prove’
    their criticism.
  • What the differences are between
    Bible versions and how to choose
    the best version for yourself.
  • Why there is an Old Testament
    and a New Testament.
  • How the Bible deals with the ageold
    question ‘Is man good or evil?’
  • How to use a concordance and a
    lexicon.
  • How to use a simple plan to read
    the whole Bible in a year.



 

Timetable
Week 1 WEEK 2 WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5
Introduction Review of week one Review of week two Review of week three Review of week four
Background to the Bible Reading the Bible The Role of Prophecy Study Tools I The History of Israel (Part IV)
Overview of the Bible Background & Genesis The History of Israel (Part I) The History of Israel (Part III) Using Cross-References
The Bible Interprets Itself Why Two Testaments? – Tips on Reading God Manifestation
Summary & Questions Bible Terminology 1 The History of Israel (Part II) Bible Terminology II
WEEK 6 WEEK 7 WEEK 8 WEEK 9 WEEK 10
Review of week five Review of week six Review of week seven Review of week eight Review of week nine
Critics of the Bible Mystery? Our Bible Acts of the Apostles Life and Death in the Bible
The History of Israel (Part V) Period between the Testaments The Gospels The Jews and the Law of Moses New Testament Letters
The Purpose of God Revealed Bible Terminology III Study Tools II Bible Terminology IV Good vs Evil
Conclusion

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