Opening the Book of Faith: Lutheran Insights for Bible Study

Opening the Book of Faith Lutheran Insights for Bible Study Opening the Book of Faith is an invitation to experience the Bible as a book of faith It provides an introduction to the Bible and Lutheran perspectives that guide understanding of Scripture This book

Opening the Book of Faith is an invitation to experience the Bible as a book of faith It provides an introduction to the Bible and Lutheran perspectives that guide understanding of Scripture This book explores four methods of Bible study, then applies each method to four Scripture texts Two assessment tools also aid reflection and discussion about Bible usage, needs, anOpening the Book of Faith is an invitation to experience the Bible as a book of faith It provides an introduction to the Bible and Lutheran perspectives that guide understanding of Scripture This book explores four methods of Bible study, then applies each method to four Scripture texts Two assessment tools also aid reflection and discussion about Bible usage, needs, and hopes.For information visit the Book of Faith Web site.
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    Published :2018-03-12T14:02:30+00:00

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  • Ken McGuire says:

    This book has some decent basic information and is filled with Lutheran buzzwords, but the "Lutheran" content of this seems to be a layer added on top to try to make us traditionalists happy instead of the core. My eyebrows went up on page 2. Does the Law really bring us grace? It tells us who we should be, yes. It helps with civil righteousness, sure. But grace? Isn't the Gospel's job? Speaking of the Gospel, the connection of Gospel with the work of Christ is weak. Instead the determination of [...]

  • Patty says:

    This book is something I will refer to over the next few years, I think. We, Lutherans, are trying to re-emphasize the Bible. So I hope this book will prove useful.It was great to read the chapter by Mark Powell. It was so good and so Lutheran.

  • Diana says:

    Dallas and I participated in this Bible Study through our church. Focused on various ways to study the bible with focus on Lutheran insights.

  • Emanuel Lutheran says:

    Open scripture, join the conversation.

  • Joy Gonnerman says:

    great

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