[SOLVED] These are the four components of inductive Bible study outlined in Everyday Bible Study
BIBLE STUDY PROJECT ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS
During this project, the student will complete four assignments using the techniques of
observation, interpretation, correlation, and application. These are the four components of
inductive Bible study outlined in Everyday Bible Study. Among other things, the student will
examine a given passage of Scripture, consult various Bible study tools, and employ the structure
as well as techniques detailed in the Everyday Bible Study text.
Using the correct and provided templates, inductively study the given passage. Please be sure to
pay attention to the specific instructions for each section in the templates so that the answers
provided are correct, complete and sufficiently detailed.
A. Summarize: Determine the author’s main point. In 1-2 paragraphs (200-400 words)
explain what you think the author is trying to communicate in this passage. Remember
two things. First, this passage is made up of both action and dialogue. Thus, this passage
is both showing and telling us something. Second, words like “I,” “We,” “Us,” and “Our”
are application words and not interpretation words. Thus, they should not be used in your
answer for this question. Interpretation is about “then and there” and not “here and now.”
We were not there so the passage is not about us. Our “part” in the passage is the
application or how we will respond to God’s Word.
B. Identify: Based on your answer above, write out one principle from this passage. You
should be able to express this principle in 1-3 sentences. Please remember that words like
“I,” “We,” “Us,” and “Our” are application words and not interpretation words.
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C. Check: Consult at least one scholarly resource in order to offer support for the principle
that you believe the passage is teaching. In 1-2 paragraphs (200-400 words), cite and
interact with this scholarly resource in order to demonstrate that it supports your
interpretive conclusion. Please consult the “Commentaries” as well as the “Bible
Dictionaries & Handbooks” tabs found on the research guide provided by the Jerry
Falwell Library in order to access academic and scholarly resources. The research guide
can be found by following the link below:
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