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Lee University    
  Dec 13, 2017
Lee University Catalog 2017-2018
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MMST 536 - Principles of Bible Study

This course prepares students for personal and community Bible study, using the Inductive Study Method. The inductive method utilizes a canonical approach and focuses on the rhetorical aspects of the biblical text. The method seeks to understand the author’s intent as well as its relevance for the contemporary world. The course emphasizes direct engagement with biblical texts through the disciplined use of sound hermeneutical principles.

Credit Hours: 3

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