How to study the Bible
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The Bible (from the Latin biblĭa, and this from the Greek βιβλία bible, 'books') is the set of canonical books of Judaism and Christianity.

The canonicity of each book varies depending on the tradition adopted. According to the Jewish and Christian religions, it transmits the word of God. Until 2008, it has been translated into 2454 languages.

It is important to read the Bible well, but doing it is simply not the same as studying it. The divine word of God deserves respect, as well as understanding and practice.

The Bible is one of the most misinterpreted books ever written and most people find it very difficult to understand.

The Bible records a long history that includes cultures and ages, as well as a relationship and correlation with any modern history. It has been translated from the original manuscripts in Hebrew, Greek and Aramaic by renowned scholars. The purpose of Bible study is to understand the message and the right context.

How to study the Bible teaches you where to start reading it, how often you should do it, how much you should read each time or how to use it.

Biblical sciences or biblical studies are the application of a set of diverse disciplines to the study of the Jewish and Christian Bible.

For his theory and methods, this area of ​​knowledge is based on disciplines ranging from archeology to literary criticism, history, philology and social sciences.

Every Scripture passage that is studied, whether large or small, is a verse or a whole book, should be studied with these questions in mind:

1. What is here? (The process of observation.)

2. What does it mean? (The process of interpretation.)

3. What does it mean for me? (The process of the application.)

First step. "You observe exactly what the author wrote." This is the most important step in Bible study and must go first. The more careful and thorough you are in your observation the more meaningful your interpretation and application. A very important part of the process is to summarize the observations.

Second step. -It interprets objectively and concisely what the author wrote. You must try to determine what the author really meant by his words when he wrote them. What was he seeing, feeling and thinking, and what experience had he had that made him write what he wrote guided by the Holy Spirit? Again, the abstract will play an important role in figuring out the meaning of a passage.

Third step. -Apply the revealed message. In the process of the application, the evaluation of the author's message will come after you have a clear concept of what the author wrote (the observation) and what he meant in what he wrote (interpretation). With evaluation comes the application of truth at the moment when he carries out his work the Holy Spirit.

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