How to Study the Bible – and How Not To!

The Bible is supernatural. It is complete in itself and needs no other books or commentaries to supplement it. But how do we study it? One of the kindnesses God has shown us as unique people made in His image is that He hasn’t said there’s only one “right way” to spend time with Him in His Word. There are lots of “right ways,” and we’re going to share those “hows.”
Warning: there are a few wrong turns we want to help you avoid in your journey, so you’re going to get some tips on steering clear of doctrinal danger as well.

Resources:

Naomi’s Table Bible Studies for Women

Basic Training: Bible Studies and Sermons– Michelle Lesley- Discipleship  for  Christian Women

Bible Studies (also Bible reading plans)- Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

How to study the Bible for yourself: Inductive Method – Amy Spreeman, Naomi’s Table

When women’s ministries abandon the Bible – Amy Spreeman, Naomi’s Table

Doing Discernment – A Word Fitly Spoken Podcast

Jen Hatmaker teaches women to be “fierce,” not holy – Amy Spreeman, Naomi’s Table

 

Thank you, bless you and Walk Worthy!

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2 Responses to How to Study the Bible – and How Not To!

  1. Diana Knapp December 31, 2020 at 2:12 pm #

    Hi Amy and Michelle, Would you warn people against John Piper or Tim Keller? There seems to be a steering in teachers once held up as sound. At what point do you name them as people to avoid? What I am seeing, Life way women, Beth Moore, and the others you named are clear to avoid…. It is the ones not so clear that concern me and I see people being led astray. Of course keep warning on the others too 🙂 Thanks for this episode! Diana

    • A Word Fitly Spoken December 31, 2020 at 4:20 pm #

      Absolutely! We’ve each warned about them on our separate blogs.

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