A Resource Library of Your Own
My five-volume Zondervan Pictorial Encyclopedia of the Bible.

A Resource Library of Your Own

In my last post, after wrapping up our study of Acts 17, I wrote that I would devote today’s effort to discussing how you can build a resource library, and what you’ll want to include in it. That topic, of course, is quite broad, so I’ll begin with three essentials.…

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Researching Paul in All the Wrong Places

Even though I asked you (in my last post) to begin researching the people of Acts 17, I’ve decided to postpone the next part of our study of the Bereans. That's because of what happened to me as I began looking at the apostle Paul. For this post, then, let’s…

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Your Most Important Study Tool

What would you consider to be your most important Bible study tool? I believe the answer is a good study Bible. I do not mean one that has been labeled a study Bible because of additional material, such as chapter summaries and maps. What I mean is a Bible that…

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My Morning Coffee With God

Although I love to study the Bible every morning, I have to admit that I’m a bit like Dug. He is the speaking dog in the 2009 animated movie Up. He often stopped in the middle of conversations, jerking his head to one side or the other and announcing “Squirrel!”…

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