Posts tagged Bible study methods
Build a Bible translation power combo

If you are bilingual, have taken a foreign language class, or have a close friend whose first language is different from yours, you are familiar with one truth about languages: Nuances and meanings don’t always fully translate. When your bilingual friend wants to explain one of his culture’s popular phrases, he may first give you a very literal translation, then compare his phrase with a popular American one that uses different words to communicate a similar concept, then combine the two for a happy medium.

Can we replicate this for the Bible to take in God’s words more fully? 

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6 TRENDY WAYS TO STUDY THE BIBLE AND WHY #7 IS EVEN BETTER

If you search Pinterest for “How to study the Bible”, you’ll find lots of cute suggestions - methods that both beginners and seasoned readers use and love. (By the way, while you are there, check out and follow my Pinterest page.) 

Let me tell you about 6 currently-trendy ways to study the Bible. Many come with acronyms that make these quiet time routines easy to remember and feeling fresh and exciting. They all take you a step beyond reading the Bible to what you may consider studying. They require intentionality, focus, and action. 

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