Trade Ed. ChristianAudio 2009
CD ISBN 978-159644-664-9 $18.98 Four CDs
DD ISBN multiple sources
Robertson Dean's masterful narration brings what could otherwise be a dry subject to life. With seamless narratives and attention to detail he delivers Sproul’s lessons on how to read the Bible. Dean’s perfect timing lays the practical groundwork for personal study of the scriptures and equips listeners to dig out underlying biblical meanings with discernment and common sense. With clarity Dean exposes two common myths noted by the author: The Bible is too difficult to understand without theological training and the Bible is boring, outdated, and irrelevant to our time. As the author discusses why the Bible should be studied and provides rules of interpretation for lay readers, Dean portrays the historical biblical narrative, as well as biblical culture, principles, and customs, with authenticity. Sproul's teaching is a valuable resource for church, Sunday school, or individual use. G.D.W. © AudioFile 2009, Portland, Maine [Published: JUNE 2009]
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