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Why the King James Bible?
Dispensation (how to understand the Bible)
Methods of Bible study
Reading plans
Profiles of cults

Why the KJV?

The Bible is the final authority in all matters of faith and practice. The Bible is the only accurate textbook on science in existence. There are textbooks that deal with certain attributes about physical science, that is not what we are after. Ps 12:6; Ps 119:11

It behooves you to make sure you are holding the word of God. 2 Tim. 3:16

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Dispensation

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Methods of study

Topical

In this method, one typically is studying a subject. An example would be to study divorce. You would look for all terms relating to it (divorce, divorcing, divorced). Then one would look for other areas that could be related (marriage, wife, husband, etc..)

A good tool for this is Naves It has all the references for most topics you will ever care to research.

Cover to cover

This is reading the Bible or a book of the Bible cover to cover. Look up any words you do not know in a dictionary (see Resources), and look at any cross references in your Bibles center reference, or use Treasury of Scripture Knowledge.

It is also good to have a commentary handy for areas that you do not understand. I recommend Peter Ruckman commentaries.

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Reading plans

Pray for wisdom and understanding. The author of the Bible is STILL ALIVE, so He can help you understand it James 1:5; I John 2:27. When is the last time you asked the Lord for understanding?

Strait through

This is the most common method. The Bible has 1189 chapters, if you want to read it through in a year divide it by 365. That would be a little more then 3 chapters a day. You can do the math and come up with any amount you want.

My method

  • 1st: Proverbs 1 a day based on calendar day of month (31 Proverbs)
  • Morning: 10 chapters Old Testament
  • Work break: 1 Psalms
  • After Work/noon: 5 chapters New Testament
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Profiles of cults

Covering the following:
Catholic Church
Charismatic
Church of Christ
Jehovah's Witnesses
Mormon
Scientism
Seventh Day Adventist

Catholic Church


Charismatic


Church of Christ


Jehovah's Witnesses


Mormon

Scientism

Seventh Day Adventist

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