How to Study Your Bible
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...
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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.
Kay Arthur is one of America's best-known and most-beloved Bible teachers and authors. With her husband, Jack, she is the co-founder of Precept Ministries International, the leaders in inductive Bible-study resources. Kay also reaches hundreds of thousands of people internationally through her Precept upon Precept inductive Bible studies. In addition, her daily and weekly television programs air on over 900 stations in 30 countries. - Publisher.
Pete De Lacy is the coauthor of several studies in the New Inductive Study Series and a contributor to The New Inductive Study Bible; Discover the Bible for Yourself, and How to Study Your Bible. Pete is also a featured teacher on many Precept Upon Precept videos and at Precept Ministries conferences.
David Arthur, vice president of teaching and training of Precept Ministries International, came to Precept after serving at Generous Giving as a vice president where he directed communications and publications. He also served several years as a pastor in the Presbyterian Church of America and the Associated Reformed Presbyterian denominations