What Sets The Bible Study Bundle Apart
Understand the basics of the primary Biblical languages: Greek and Hebrew.
Apply key principles of biblical interpretation such as the First Mention Principle, the Context Principle, the Comparative Mention Principle,
the Christo-Centric Principle, and others.
Interpret Scripture passages more accurately by understanding their literary genre.
Conduct thorough Word, Passage, Book, Place, and Character Studies.
Strengthen your preaching and teaching through improved exegetical skills.
Use hermeneutical skills to evaluate and respond to contemporary social issues.
This bundle includes three sequential courses: Intro to Bible Study, Bible Research, and Hermeneutics. Each course consists of in-depth lectures and practical assignments that will both increase your knowledge and give you the skills to discover Biblical truths on your own.
Intro to Bible Study
Intro to Bible Study is the first in this series of three courses designed to develop your personal Bible study skills. In this course, you will begin by learning about the origin and translation of Scripture, but the bulk of the course is dedicated to developing your skills in studying the Bible. You will be introduced to the basic resources and tools used to conduct studies on Bible words, characters, and passages. Intro to Bible Study is a prerequisite to the Bible Research course.
Bible Research is the second course in this three-course series and is designed to equip you for more in-depth Bible study. It combines both research methods and interpretation principles. Bible Research is an advanced course that focuses on the tools and methods used to study the Bible as well as some of the basic principles of interpreting Scripture. It is a prerequisite to the Hermeneutics course.
Hermeneutics is the final course in this series designed to give you the knowledge and skills to study the Bible in depth for yourself. Hermeneutics is an advanced course that moves beyond tools and methods to focus on accurate interpretation and proper application of the Word of God.
Professor of Theology
Lanny was born and raised in the Portland area. He has served on staff at PBC since 1978 and is a respected teacher, pastor and elder at Mannahouse. He is known both for his deep understanding of biblical theology and his ability to communicate it simply and clearly to others. Lanny Hubbard’s ability to teach people to love, understand, and apply God’s Word more fully has enriched the lives of individuals and the churches they serve for decades.
If you would like to take advantage of Logos as your study tool, this bundle requires at least the Starter Library of Logos with some additional purchases:
Dictionary of Biblical Languages: Hebrew
Dictionary of Biblical Languages: Greek
Mounce's Complete Expository Dictionary
Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary (recommended)
The New Bible Dictionary (recommended)
Links to download these additional resources are provided in each course.
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- Intro to Bible Study ($90 Value)
- Bible Research ($90 Value)
- Hermeneutics ($120 Value)
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