Bible Study

Bible study may refer to:

  • Biblical studies, the academic discipline
  • Bible study (Christian), sometimes known as "Devotions" or "Quiet Time"

Other articles related to the study of the Bible:

  • Biblical criticism
  • Biblical hermeneutics
  • Biblical theology
  • Cell group
  • Higher criticism
  • Historical-grammatical method
  • Lectio Divina

Other articles related to "bible study, bible":

Kelly Minter
... Most recently she’s written a teen Bible study called Hannah’s One Wish and is creating a Bible study series with LifeWay Christian Resources called The Living Room Series ... No Other Gods, a Bible study and the first title in that series, was released in August 2007 ...
Biblical Software - Desktop Bible Software - Windows
... Bible Analyzer – A freeware Bible study and analysis application with Advanced Searching, Bible Statistics, Parallel Text Generator, Text-To-Speech, Audio, and more e-Sword – Free Bible software ... with extensive search functions, thousands of available Bible translations, commentaries, dictionaries, maps, and other religious books ... * BibleWorks – A Bible Software Package with many Bible translations in a large number of languages ...
Life Changing Seminars
... Life Changing Seminars began as a small-group Bible study in 1984 ... George Robert French, pastor of Hobe Sound Bible Church, asked Rick Grubbs to lead a small-group Bible study ... Rick Grubbs, a student at Hobe Sound Bible College, led the Bible study on the topic of Redeeming the Time ...
Community Chapel And Bible Training Center - History - Early History
... Community Chapel originated in a home Bible study led by Barnett ... Barnett, who had two years of education at a Pentecostal Bible college in Boise, Idaho, to start a Bible study in the Gunn's home for others similarly interested ... This Bible study grew and was soon incorporated as the church of Community Chapel ...

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