How to Study the Bible

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Whitaker House, 1985 - Religion - 96 pages
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At last here is an easy-to-understand book to help those who wish to study the Bible. Both the beginner and most scholarly student will benefit from R. A. Torrey's instructive work.This unique and indispensable reference tool will help you to: * Master the contents of the Bible.* Learn how to appropriate God's promises.* Begin a lifelong habit of "feeding on the Word."* Find effective ways to lead men to Christ.* Discover the secret of retaining your studies.This book quickly supplies volumes of study helps and may be the most important addition to your own library.Evangelist and Bible teacher, R. A. Torrey understood and solved man's dilemma of a time-pressured world. His methods for studying the Bible immediately silence the excuse, "I can't find time."

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This is a great buy! With Torrey - it's hard to go wrong, as a given. Even if you don't agree point by point with him, he always has wonderful insights. Read full review

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About the author (1985)

Reuben Archer Torrey (18561928) is respected as one of the greatest evangelists of modern times. Several years after his graduation from Yale Divinity School, he was selected by D. L. Moody to become the first dean of the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. Under his direction, Moody Institute became a pattern for Bible Institutes around the world. Dr. Torrey spent the years of 19031905 in worldwide revival campaigns, winning thousands of souls to Jesus Christ. He continued worldwide crusades for the next fifteen years while he served as the dean of the Bible Institute of Los Angeles and pastored the Church of the Open Door in that city. Torrey longed for more Christian workers to take an active part in bringing the message of salvation through Christ to a lost and dying world. His straightforward style of evangelism has shown thousands of Christian workers how to become effective soulwinners.

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