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A simple but thorough Bible reading method that shows you how to read the ancient texts which make up the Bible and, through them, hear what God is saying to you today. An 8-week course, ideal for individuals and small group study.

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God has a message for us—a message about himself and us and the world and everything that's important in life. The only trouble is that this message was originally delivered several thousand years ago in Palestine.

Postcard from Palestine shows you how God's Word, originally delivered so long ago and so far away, is still addressed to us today. Author Andrew Reid provides examples and practical 'hands on' exercises, so that you can see how to make the most of reading the Bible, and then try it for yourself.

Postcard from Palestine can be completed in a weekly study group in just 8 sessions.

Key Benefits
» A simple, but thorough, Bible reading method
» Follow the author as he applies the principles to the study of Jonah
» Hands-on methodology—learn by doing (studying a book of the Bible—Titus)
» An ideal introduction for new Christians or a great training for more mature Christians taking up Bible teaching roles (such as small group leadership)

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Author Andrew Reid
Language N/A
Format Book
Studies/chapters 8
Series N/A

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