Book 3 cover - How to study the Bible and why you should

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Whole book (235 pages)

Preliminary pages (3 pages)

Contents page (1 page)

Introduction (6 pages)

Chapter 1 – Why you should become a serious and diligent student of the whole Bible (21 pages)

Chapter 2 – The unique authority of Scripture and the importance of accurate doctrine (12 pages)

Chapter 3 – The infallibility of Scripture – dealing with apparent or alleged ‘errors’ in the Bible (10 pages)

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 (25 pages)

Chapter 5 – The grave error of following men’s ideas and traditions, catholic or otherwise, instead of the Bible (29 pages)

Chapter 6 – How to memorise and meditate on Scripture and why you should do both (9 pages)

Chapter 7 – Is the Bible true and should it generally be interpreted literally or symbolically? (23 pages)

Chapter 8 – The ‘golden rule’ for interpreting Scripture (14 pages)

Chapter 9 – A more detailed look a why the allegorical approach is so wrong (19 pages)

Chapter 10 – Further points on how to deal with the Bible correctly (32 pages)

Chapter 11 – The strengths and weaknesses of various versions of the Bible, and my recommended translations (13 pages)

Appendix 1 – A selection of verses from the New Testament chich use the word ‘fulfil’ or ‘fulfilled’ (4 pages)

Appendix 2 – A sample of carefully selected Bible verses which I have set out on cards for memorising (18 pages)

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