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Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Bible Study Demo Part 2

OK, I learned from yesterday and used a different capture tool.  We are going to pick up right after we have highlighted all of the structural markers.  The next thing is to begin to look for some literary relationships that the markers may indicate.  Here is a list of those literary relationships you might want to download them before you click the video.
Tomorrow we will work through the conditional statements.  Let me know how this is going for you in the comments below.

Posts in this series
Part 8
Part 7
Part 6
Part 5
Part 4
Part 3
Part 1

2 comments:

  1. A neat way to analyze the text of the Bible by noting and highlighting structural relationships and markers.
    Thanks for sharing in small chunck, Mike. It makes it easier to chew on and swallow. :)
    I like how you rearranged the text using tabulations. Also noting 3 of 5 senses and connection with the gospel of John.

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    1. Thanks, thought that it would help to see how to actually use what I am equipping men to do. Thankful that it is...

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