From the Introduction: The value of the Bible does not consist in the possession of a copy of the Book but rather in the comprehension of its message and the application of its truths to one’s life. This implies that one must understand its teachings to profit from it. Untold wealth is stored in the Book of God. A lifetime is not sufficient for the exploration of its sacred pages. It is hoped that the hints herein given will stimulate sincere Bible study.
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- The Book We are Studying
- The Attitude of the Student
- Erroneous Methods of Interpretation
- Principles of Interpretation
- The Literary Structure of the Bible
- The Interpretation of Prophecy
- Methods of Bible Study
- Aids to Bible Study
- The Rewards of Bible Study
- Title: How to Study the Bible
- Author: Albert F. Gray
- Publisher: Gospel Trumpet
- Publication Date: 1950
About Albert F. Gray
Albert F. Gray was President of Pacific Bible College in Portland, Oregon. He also authored Studies in Christian Theology Book One, Studies in Christian Theology Book Two, and The Nature of the Church.