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How to Understand Your Bible

by John Job

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0877846383, Paperback)

"How can I ever understand what the Bible is saying?" "Does it have anything to say to me personally?" Ever ask those questions--afraid you just can't make sense out of the Bible but wishing you could? Then this is a book for you. Starting from scratch, T. Norton Sterrett presents the general rules for reading the Bible's ordinary language and the specific principles that apply to special types of language such as parables, figures of speech and prophecy. And he concludes with an important discussion of how the Bible applies to our daily lives. You may begin as a beginner, but you will finish this book well equipped to understand the Bible and to experience its transforming power in your life.

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