Relying on someone else's study is much like kissing through a pane of glass-you get the same general idea, but you miss the personal excitement!" says Daniel Estes in this manual designed to help you "shatter the glass" by learning to study the Bible on your own and then live out its applications. This manual is set up to tell you what you need to know and give you an opportunity to practice it. You'll learn pitfalls to avoid and strategies to practice so you can accurately interpret and apply God's Word. You'll find this manual enlightening and practical. You'll also discover there's nothing better than learning and living God's Word!
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Dr. Dan Estes serves as Distinguished Professor of Old Testament and Director of the Center for Biblical Integration. He teaches courses in Spiritual Formation and Christian Worldview Integration in the general education Bible minor. His areas of research and writing include the Psalms and Old Testament Wisdom Literature. His most recent book, a commentary on Song of Songs for the Apollos Old Testament Commentary series, was released in 2009. Dr. Estes received his B.A. in preseminary Bible and English from Cedarville (1974), his Th.M. in Old Testament exegesis from Dallas Theological Seminary (1978), and his Ph.D. in biblical exegesis from Cambridge University (1988). He was elected to a life membership in Clare Hall, Cambridge, in 2005. Dr. Estes and his wife, Carol, live in Worthington, where Dan is choir director at Linworth Baptist Church, a church in which he served as an assistant pastor for 10 years.
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