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On this episode of the Bible Study Podcast, Travis and Wes discuss how to ask better questions when we are reading and studying the Bible.
- How are we supposed to approach scripture as followers of Jesus?
- What’s the difference between deductive and inductive Bible study?
- Does the Bible answer all of our questions?
But the primary question of this conversation is, are we looking to change others with what we read, or are we letting scripture change us as we read? This is the first in a series of episodes on the subject of asking better Bible questions, so make sure you’re subscribed to the podcast (either through your podcast provider or through email) to hear the next episode in the series.
Click here for the full transcript of this episode. Special thanks to Beth Tabor for transcribing for us.
If you enjoyed listening to this podcast, you might enjoy the audio version of Wes’ book, Beyond the Verse: What I Discovered Reading the Bible One Book at a Time.
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