What’s the Best Way to Study God’s Word?

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Dr. Brown and FIRE School of Ministry professor Steve Alt discuss principles of biblical interpretation, common errors in Bible study, the best tools to use, and much more.


Hour 1:


Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Jesus prayed to the Father that He would santify us through the truth, and then said, “Your word is truth and the truth will set you free.”

Hour 2:


Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: It is God’s power that works in us, and it is God’s Word working through us. Don’t put limitations on what God can do through you, because of your weakness. Rather, in your weakness, He will be made strong.



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  1. 1) Topic.
    2) Pick a Hebrew or Greek word; study the verses.
    3) Most Important: Let the Holy Spirit Lead! (Rhema to the Logos).
    In Him, Ron M.

  2. Dr. Brown,
    I was talking with a neighbor, and he said we can’t trust the Hebrew Scriptures, because they were written in an ancient language, which is no longer intelligible (citing the recent finds of two new Viking {whatever their language was} texts, and the overhaul of that language that had to take place because of them): what would you say to such a person?

    I told him “people have been following these ancient texts for thousands of years, and they’ve understood what was meant.

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