How to Enjoy the Bible

How to Enjoy the Bible
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ISBN10: 
082542027X
ISBN13: 
9780825420276
Published: 
May 6th 2004 by Kregel Publications
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4.4

Most Christians know they should study the Bible more but many find it confusing and hard to understand - let alone enjoy. In this classic book on Bible study, biblical scholar E.W.Bullinger provides a handbook for discovering, understanding, and enjoying the Bible's truths.

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