By Chuck Missler
Which translation is best? Which study Bible? What are the secrets of resolving difficult or controversial passages?
From 40 years of intensive Bible study and teaching, Chuck Missler shares his favorite helps, secrets and practical suggestions on how to take the Bible seriously.
Most Christians, although they want to do in-depth Bible study, know little of the types, philosophies and tools of study available. Is the Bible to be taken literally or figuratively? What study aids would be most helpful in beginning my own home study library? Missler answers these questions as well giving basic tips on questions like:
What to Read?
Missler advises the reader to "Eat the elephant one bite at a time." The thought of the entire Bible can be daunting, so Missler takes it one book at a time. This type of study produces the most lasting results.
Where to Start?
A good "first book" is the Gospel of John because "A child can wade in it and an elephant can bathe in it!" Other good starting points include Genesis, Acts, Matthew, Daniel and Revelation (which is the only book which unequivocally promises a blessing to the reader). You are unique; let the Spirit lead you.
* Encoding: Region 0 (NTSC only. This DVD will be viewable in other countries WITH the proper DVD player and television set.)
* Format: Color, Fullscreen
* Aspect Ratio: 4:3
* Audio Encoding: Dolby Digital 2.0 stereo
* Run Time: 2 hours
* Number of discs: 1