inductiveInductive Bible Study: Observation, Interpretation, and Application Through the Lenses of History, Literature, and Theology by Richard Fuhr and Andreas Kostenberger makes for a good introductory textbook for someone looking to learn the basics of doing an inductive Bible study. The authors are thorough, break down the tasks in simple charts, and give excellent starter examples throughout the book.
The reader should be aware that Inductive Bible Study reads like a textbook but has the benefit of not using terminology that is overly academic.
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