Contextual Bible study is an insightful, empowering way to read the Bible. It's an exciting approach to group Bible study that encourages Christians to come together and allow Scripture to shape their understanding of today’s burning issues. John Riches offers a wealth of practical guidance on how to start a contextual Bible study group and how to make this approach work for you. What Is Contextual Bible Study? provides stimulating questions to use during Advent and Lent, along with inspiring stories of the contextual Bible study approach in action.
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John Riches is emeritus professor of divinity and biblical criticism at the University of Glasgow. He is the author of Conflicting Mythologies and T & T Clark Study Guides: Matthew.