Inductive Bible Study Training Class week 5 of 10

This is the fifth week of the ten week Inductive Bible Study Training Class that I conducted at our church (http://www.saukchurch.com/).  These videos were recorded from the first session of these classes starting back in January of 2015.  In this class, we introduce two new concepts called “charting” which is a very helpful tool as well as Word Studies which we will go over in more depth the upcoming weeks.

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Topics Covered for Week 5:

 

  • Session progress
  • Training session review
  • Homework review
  • Beginning using a Chart
  • Starting Word Studies for KeyWords

 

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Homework Assignment for Week 5:

In chapter 3, list out some of the keywords that are important and/or are repeated more than once.  Then go through chapter 3 and find any words (keywords or otherwise) that you may need greater understanding on.  Using an English Dictionary (such as Webster’s Dictionary), look up the meaning of these words.  DO NOT use a Bible Dictionary yet – just a normal English Dictionary.  Or you can go to www.dictionary.com if you wish.
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Resources for Week 5:

  1. Appendix 5: “The Chart” (you can get it from Into Thy Word Ministries’ website):  http://70030.netministry.com/images/InductiveBibleStudyCHART.pdf

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