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Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2011
Series: New Inductive Study
Bible readers, Sunday school teachers, and study leaders have loved Kay Arthur's New Inductive Study Series since 1994, and now, 17 years and 1.4 million copies later, the collection is complete!
As readers learn and practice the exciting principles of inductive Bible study, they will discover for themselves the meaning and relevance of well-known but seldom understood images from the book of Ezekiel, including the wheel in the wheel, the valley of dry bones, and the watchman on the wall. As they become adept at observing the text, interpreting its meaning, and applying it to their lives, they will follow the story of Ezekiel from the heartbreak of the fall of Jerusalem and the Babylonian captivity to the inexpressible joy of worship in the heavenly tabernacle.
Stacy Brooks5 Stars Out Of 5The Inductive study method is the BEST study method!March 30, 2017Stacy BrooksQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5In an age when followers of Jesus need to be on guard for false doctrine and apostasy, the inductive Bible studies are one of our greatest resources. Kay Arthur does not spoon feed the reader her opinions, rather she teaches them to observe Scripture thoroughly, allowing the Holy Spirit to enlighten and teach you. By asking yourself the 5W's and H's, and focusing on a specific chapter(s) for a week, you are able to immerse yourself in God's Holy Word to fully understand the context and meaning. So put down the fluffy studies that only gloss over God's Word while tickling your ears, and spend time digging deeper into the Bible with an inductive study. You don't have to highlight to be truly fed! I promise that God will give you discernment, wisdom and confidence in His Word when you approach Bible Study in this way.
General O'Hara3 Stars Out Of 5It's ok in allSeptember 1, 2011General O'HaraQuality: 4Value: 3Meets Expectations: 3I am doing my own individual study, and i found this book somewhat helpful. It suggests 15 min per session, but the amount of work "homework" the book ask you to do is no way would be under 15 min, often it takes me 30-45 min and often i have to closed the book and put it away, and still not be done with the session. It's individual adjusment. Also not deep enough, i always have to have some kind of commentaries to answer some of the questions.
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