Called to Love and Justice (3v Bible Studies Series)
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About "Called to Love and Justice (3v Bible Studies Series)"
SEE THE BIBLE IN 3-VAn Investigative Bible Study Method Using Questions to Examine Scripture from 3 Views3-V is a series of seven different advanced Bible study courses designed for the Sr. High level. 3-V is a serious learning tool that forces students to think, by challenging them to investigate. Throughout a variety of texts and topics, 3-V poses a series of three probing questions in order to enhance a student's comprehension, interpretation, and application of a scripture. These 3-Views are - View 1 - What's the Text? (Comprehension) What does the scripture specifically say? How do different Bible translation versions word the same passage? View 2 - What's the Context? (Interpretation) What is the story behind the story? What was the cultural and social background of the people who were addressed? Do we find terms in the scripture that were commonplace to people of the day...but unfamiliar to us? What were the events that took place prior to the passage? Exploring all of the background information that envelops a Bible verse can improve our understanding.View 3 - What's Next? (Application) How do we apply our new scriptural understanding to our contemporary daily lives? How will we change in response? ______________________________________ 3-V does more than just give your students a Bible lesson...it teaches them how to study the Bible...for a lifetime.CALLED TO LOVE AND JUSTICEThis 3V study serieslistens to the prophets and brings their long-ago cries for the righteousness of love and justice into today's life. Session titles include --* Nathan and David (2 Samuel 11:26-12:12)* Elijah and Baal (1 Kings 18:20-40)* The Suffering Servant (Isaiah 52:13-53:12)* Valley of the Dry Bones (Ezekiel 37:1-14* God, the Loving Parent (Hosea 11:1-9)* Feasts Into Mourning (Amos 8:4-12)* Jonah and the Vine (Jonah 3:10-4:11)Visit www.iLeadYouth.com/3V for additional helps and information.
Meet the Author
Meaker is a United Methodist pastor currently serving a small urban church in Nashville, Tennessee.