How to study the Bible and why you should – contents

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Chapter 1

Why you should become a serious and diligent student of the whole Bible

Chapter 2

The unique authority of Scripture and the importance of accurate doctrine

Chapter 3

The infallibility of Scripture – dealing with apparent or alleged ‘errors’ in the Bible

Chapter 4

The errors of the Roman Catholic church in relation to the Bible and my responses to some objections made by a Catholic lady

Chapter 5

The grave error of following men’s ideas and traditions, Catholic or otherwise, instead of the Bible

Chapter 6

How to memorise and meditate on Scripture and why you should do both

Chapter 7

Is the Bible true and should it generally be interpreted literally or symbolically?

Chapter 8

The ‘golden rule’ for interpreting Scripture

Chapter 9

A more detailed look at why the allegorical approach is so wrong

Chapter 10

Further points on how to deal with the Bible correctly

Chapter 11

The strengths and weaknesses of various versions of the Bible, and recommended translations

Appendix One

A selection of verses from the New Testament which use the words fulfil or fulfilled

Appendix Two

Some Bible verses set out on cards for memorizing

Read Acknowledgments