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Living By the Book (Revised 2007) (Workbook)

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Living By the Book (Revised 2007) (Workbook)

If people are taught how to study the Bible, it will become the living ^and active instrument of grace God intended it to be. The Living by the BookWorkbook is a unique tool which will teach the reader the techniques and ^principles necessary to glean life-giving truths from Scripture. While the original ^Living by the Book focused on the learning processes, this workbook allows ^readers to do more implementation and integration of those principles. Great resource ^for small groups and individuals!

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Part 1: Observation

1. Observing a Passage ^of Scripture
2. Observing a Verse (Psalm 93:1)
3. Observing a Verse (1 John ^3:12)
4. Reading the Bible as for the First Time
5. Reading the Bible as for ^the First Time (Luke 15:11-32)
6. Reading the Bible as a Love Letter (Isaiah ^55)
7. Reading the Bible as a Love Letter (John 3:16-17)
8. Reading Thoughtfully ^(Genesis 5:21-31; 7:11)
9. Reading Thoughtfully (Luke 17:11-19)
10. Reading ^Repeatedly (Exodus 20:1-21)
11. Reading Repeatedly (Romans 5)
12. Reading ^Patiently
13. Reading Selectively (Genesis 11:27-12:9)
14. Reading Selectively ^(Matthew 2:1-12; Luke 2:1-40)
15. Reading Prayerfully (Jonah 2)
16. Reading ^Prayerfully (Ephesians 3)
17. Reading Imaginatively (Daniel 6)
18. Reading ^Imaginatively (John 2:1-11)
19. Reading Meditatively (2 Samuel 6:1-8)
20. ^Reading Meditatively (Romans 8:28-39)
21. Reading Purposefully (Jeremiah 38)
22. ^Reading Purposefully (Colossians 1:15-29)
23. Reading Acquisitively
24. Reading ^Telescopically
24. Reading Telescopically (Lamentations 3:22-33)
25. Reading ^Telescopically (Hebrews 12:1-13)
26. Working with a Paragraph (Jonah 4:5-8)
27. ^Working with a Paragraph (2 Corinthians 4:7-12)
28. Looking for Things That Are ^Emphasized (Proverbs 31:10-31)
29. Looking for Things That Are Emphasized (Luke ^15)
30. Looking for Things That Are Repeated (Joshua 1)
31. Looking for Things ^That Are Repeated (Romans 7:7-25)
32. Looking for Things That Are Related (Numbers ^21:4-9)
33. Looking for Things That Are Related (John 3:1-21)
34. Looking ^for Things That Are Alike (Isaiah 66:1-16)
35. Looking for Things That Are Alike ^(Matthew 23:23-39)
36. Looking for Things That Are Unlike (Numbers 13:25-14:31)
37. ^Looking for Things That Are Unlike (Acts 4:32-5:11)
38. Looking for Things That ^Are True to Life (1 Kings 11)
39. Looking for Things That Are True to Life (2 ^Timothy 1)
40. Working with a Segment of Scripture
41. How to Study a Section ^of Scripture
42. Making a Start with Your Chart
43. Working with a Segment ^of Scripture (Exodus 7-12)
44. Working with a Segment of Scripture (Revelation ^2-3)

Part 2: Interpretation

45. Why Do We Need Interpretation?
46. ^Aids to Interpretation
47. Hazards to Avoid
48. Literary Genres of the Bible
49. ^Examining the Content (Habakkuk 3:17-19)
50. Looking for Context (Habakkuk 3:17-19)
51. ^Making Relevant Comparisons (Habakkuk 3:17-19)
52. Considering the Culture (Habakkuk ^3:17-19)
53. Doing Further Consultation (Habakkuk 3:17-19)
54. Coming to Terms ^(Book of Habakkuk)
55. Figuring Out the Figurative
56. Figuring Out the Figurative ^(Judges 9:9-15)
57. Figuring Out the Figurative (Revelation 17)

Part 3: ^Application

58. Nine Questions to Ask
59. Asking the Right Questions (Ezekiel ^33:1-10)
60. Asking the Right Questions (1 Thessalonians 5)
61. Truth That ^Transforms (Psalms 51)
62. Truth That Transforms (Hebrews 4:12-16)
63. A Transformed ^People (Exodus 31:1-11; 1 Kings 6)
64. A Transformed People (Ephesians 2:11-22)
65. ^The Process of Application (Ecclesiastes 3:1-14)
66. The Process of Application ^(Galatians 5:16-26)
67. Customized Christianity (Jeremiah 36)
68. Customized ^Christianity (Philippians 4:1-9)
69. Cultures in Context (Genesis 25:19-34; 27; ^1-46)
70. Cultures in Context (Mark 1:21-45)
71. Stating Principles from Scripture ^(Leviticus 16)
72. Stating Principles from Scripture (2 Peter 3)
73. A Process ^of Life-Change

Part 4: Putting It All Together

74. Book of Ruth
75. ^Book of James

Far from being mundane, exploring God's Word can be one of the greatest ^adventures of your life! In the Bible you can interact with a living God who wants ^a personal relationship with you. And in this unique workbook you will learn how ^to engage His words like never before.

Based on the inductive study techniques ^outlines in the bestselling Living by the Book, this workbook creates the ^opportunity to grow in faith and knowledge through short, practical exercises and ^complete studies of the books of Ruth and James. In simple step-by-step fashion, ^you will learn to observe, interpret, and apply the Scripture to transform your ^life.

HOWARD HENDRICKS (B.A., Wheaton College; Th.M., Dallas Theological ^Seminary; D.D., Wheaton College) is a distinguished professor, lecturer, and Chairman ^of the Center for Christian Leadership at Dallas Theological Seminary. He is the ^author of numerous books including Living by the Book. His work has been ^widely published in various periodicals such as Decision, Moody, and Christianity ^Today. He and his wife, Jeanne, have three grown children.

WILLIAM ^D. HENDRICKS (A.B., Harvard University; M.A., Boston University; M.A., Dallas ^Theological Seminary) is president of The Hendricks Group, a Dallas-based company ^that champions the phenomenon of giftedness and its best use by individuals, teams, ^and organizations. Bill is the author or co-author of numerous books, including ^The Light That Never Dies: A Story of Hope in the Shadows of Grief, The Power ^of Uniqueness, Your Work Matters to God, and Living By the Book. His ^writings have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Dallas Morning News, Christianity ^Today and numerous other publications. He is the proud father of three daughters ^by his late wife, Nancy.

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About "Living By the Book (Revised 2007) (Workbook)"

If people are taught how to study the Bible, it will become the living ^and active instrument of grace God intended it to be. The Living by the BookWorkbook is a unique tool which will teach the reader the techniques and ^principles necessary to glean life-giving truths from Scripture. While the original ^Living by the Book focused on the learning processes, this workbook allows ^readers to do more implementation and integration of those principles. Great resource ^for small groups and individuals!

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Part 1: Observation

1. Observing a Passage ^of Scripture
2. Observing a Verse (Psalm 93:1)
3. Observing a Verse (1 John ^3:12)
4. Reading the Bible as for the First Time
5. Reading the Bible as for ^the First Time (Luke 15:11-32)
6. Reading the Bible as a Love Letter (Isaiah ^55)
7. Reading the Bible as a Love Letter (John 3:16-17)
8. Reading Thoughtfully ^(Genesis 5:21-31; 7:11)
9. Reading Thoughtfully (Luke 17:11-19)
10. Reading ^Repeatedly (Exodus 20:1-21)
11. Reading Repeatedly (Romans 5)
12. Reading ^Patiently
13. Reading Selectively (Genesis 11:27-12:9)
14. Reading Selectively ^(Matthew 2:1-12; Luke 2:1-40)
15. Reading Prayerfully (Jonah 2)
16. Reading ^Prayerfully (Ephesians 3)
17. Reading Imaginatively (Daniel 6)
18. Reading ^Imaginatively (John 2:1-11)
19. Reading Meditatively (2 Samuel 6:1-8)
20. ^Reading Meditatively (Romans 8:28-39)
21. Reading Purposefully (Jeremiah 38)
22. ^Reading Purposefully (Colossians 1:15-29)
23. Reading Acquisitively
24. Reading ^Telescopically
24. Reading Telescopically (Lamentations 3:22-33)
25. Reading ^Telescopically (Hebrews 12:1-13)
26. Working with a Paragraph (Jonah 4:5-8)
27. ^Working with a Paragraph (2 Corinthians 4:7-12)
28. Looking for Things That Are ^Emphasized (Proverbs 31:10-31)
29. Looking for Things That Are Emphasized (Luke ^15)
30. Looking for Things That Are Repeated (Joshua 1)
31. Looking for Things ^That Are Repeated (Romans 7:7-25)
32. Looking for Things That Are Related (Numbers ^21:4-9)
33. Looking for Things That Are Related (John 3:1-21)
34. Looking ^for Things That Are Alike (Isaiah 66:1-16)
35. Looking for Things That Are Alike ^(Matthew 23:23-39)
36. Looking for Things That Are Unlike (Numbers 13:25-14:31)
37. ^Looking for Things That Are Unlike (Acts 4:32-5:11)
38. Looking for Things That ^Are True to Life (1 Kings 11)
39. Looking for Things That Are True to Life (2 ^Timothy 1)
40. Working with a Segment of Scripture
41. How to Study a Section ^of Scripture
42. Making a Start with Your Chart
43. Working with a Segment ^of Scripture (Exodus 7-12)
44. Working with a Segment of Scripture (Revelation ^2-3)

Part 2: Interpretation

45. Why Do We Need Interpretation?
46. ^Aids to Interpretation
47. Hazards to Avoid
48. Literary Genres of the Bible
49. ^Examining the Content (Habakkuk 3:17-19)
50. Looking for Context (Habakkuk 3:17-19)
51. ^Making Relevant Comparisons (Habakkuk 3:17-19)
52. Considering the Culture (Habakkuk ^3:17-19)
53. Doing Further Consultation (Habakkuk 3:17-19)
54. Coming to Terms ^(Book of Habakkuk)
55. Figuring Out the Figurative
56. Figuring Out the Figurative ^(Judges 9:9-15)
57. Figuring Out the Figurative (Revelation 17)

Part 3: ^Application

58. Nine Questions to Ask
59. Asking the Right Questions (Ezekiel ^33:1-10)
60. Asking the Right Questions (1 Thessalonians 5)
61. Truth That ^Transforms (Psalms 51)
62. Truth That Transforms (Hebrews 4:12-16)
63. A Transformed ^People (Exodus 31:1-11; 1 Kings 6)
64. A Transformed People (Ephesians 2:11-22)
65. ^The Process of Application (Ecclesiastes 3:1-14)
66. The Process of Application ^(Galatians 5:16-26)
67. Customized Christianity (Jeremiah 36)
68. Customized ^Christianity (Philippians 4:1-9)
69. Cultures in Context (Genesis 25:19-34; 27; ^1-46)
70. Cultures in Context (Mark 1:21-45)
71. Stating Principles from Scripture ^(Leviticus 16)
72. Stating Principles from Scripture (2 Peter 3)
73. A Process ^of Life-Change

Part 4: Putting It All Together

74. Book of Ruth
75. ^Book of James

Far from being mundane, exploring God's Word can be one of the greatest ^adventures of your life! In the Bible you can interact with a living God who wants ^a personal relationship with you. And in this unique workbook you will learn how ^to engage His words like never before.

Based on the inductive study techniques ^outlines in the bestselling Living by the Book, this workbook creates the ^opportunity to grow in faith and knowledge through short, practical exercises and ^complete studies of the books of Ruth and James. In simple step-by-step fashion, ^you will learn to observe, interpret, and apply the Scripture to transform your ^life.

HOWARD HENDRICKS (B.A., Wheaton College; Th.M., Dallas Theological ^Seminary; D.D., Wheaton College) is a distinguished professor, lecturer, and Chairman ^of the Center for Christian Leadership at Dallas Theological Seminary. He is the ^author of numerous books including Living by the Book. His work has been ^widely published in various periodicals such as Decision, Moody, and Christianity ^Today. He and his wife, Jeanne, have three grown children.

WILLIAM ^D. HENDRICKS (A.B., Harvard University; M.A., Boston University; M.A., Dallas ^Theological Seminary) is president of The Hendricks Group, a Dallas-based company ^that champions the phenomenon of giftedness and its best use by individuals, teams, ^and organizations. Bill is the author or co-author of numerous books, including ^The Light That Never Dies: A Story of Hope in the Shadows of Grief, The Power ^of Uniqueness, Your Work Matters to God, and Living By the Book. His ^writings have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Dallas Morning News, Christianity ^Today and numerous other publications. He is the proud father of three daughters ^by his late wife, Nancy.

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Far from being mundane, exploring God's Word can be one of the greatest adventures of your life! In the Bible you can interact with a living God who wants a personal relationship with you. And in this unique workbook you will learn how to engage His words like never before.

Based on the inductive study techniques outlines in the bestselling Living by the Book, this workbook creates the opportunity to grow in faith and knowledge through short, practical exercises and complete studies of the books of Ruth and James. In simple step-by-step fashion, you will learn to observe, interpret, and apply the Scripture to transform your life.


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Meet the Authors

Howard Hendricks

HOWARD HENDRICKS is a household name in Christianity, and in his fifty-plus years of ministry, he has directly or indirectly touched millions of lives. A faculty member since 1951, Dr. Hendricks sees the adult children of former students now attending his classes. Today he still maintains a rigorous travel schedule and has ministered in over eighty countries through speaking engagements, radio, books, tapes, and films. He is also the former Bible teacher and chaplain for the Dallas Cowboys football team. WILLIAM D. HENDRICKS is president of The Giftedness Center, a Dallas-based consulting firm

William Hendricks

William Hendricks is president of The Giftedness Center, a Dallas-based consulting firm specializing in predictive assessment of people's best use. Bill is the author or co-author of a dozen books, including Living by the Book. His writings have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Dallas Morning News, Christianity Today, and numerous other publications. He is the proud father of three daughters by his late wife, Nancy.

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Product Details
  • Catalogue Code 330634
  • Product Code 9781575674292
  • ISBN 1575674297
  • EAN 9781575674292
  • Department Academic
  • Category Scripture
  • Sub-Category Hermeneutics
  • Publisher Moody Publishers
  • Publication Date Feb 2007
  • Sales Rank #75917
  • DRM Adobe
  • Printable No

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