How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth (Video Lectures)

51wae62b-qkl-_sy445_DVDs video studies are currently all the rage currently. The market for them is high, even higher than printed books. Yet many DVD video studies are either aimed at small groups or at large scale teaching seminars which have more than 40 lessons a piece. Therefore it was extremely encouraging to find a DVD teaching series which encompasses both. That can be used for both large and small groups and only has thirteen lessons.

Many years ago Gordon Fee and Douglas Stuart wrote a book entitled How to Read the Bible for All it is Worth. This book was greatly successful and influence a great number of believers. Due to its success and influence Zondervan Publications authorized and created a DVD teaching series based on that book. In the DVD teaching series, Stuart and Mark L. Strauss explore not just what is in the Bible but how you can read the Bible and understand it. This is an understanding for Christians. For while many Christians have read most of the Bible they have not have a good understanding of it.

I stated before in these thirteen video lessons, Stuart and Strauss expounds upon the written work and teaches at a level that high schoolers and above can understand with ease. This does not mean that the information is dumb down in anyway, rather the information is taught in such a way that any congregational Layman will have a beneficial time learning from such a were nerd scholar. I have had the chance to read you of all sense books and they have not only been encouraging but edifying and more ways than I can count. I therefore recommended this video series wholeheartedly for anyone who desires to grow in their face and understand why you are to believe what you believe.

This book was given to me by Zondervan academic for the purposes of a unbiased review. I was not required to write a positive review.

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