Author's Bias | Interpretation: conservative
How well you read the Bible affects how well you understand it,
and this affects how well you apply its truths and principles.
An example of a good reading method is this 3 step process:
Observation - what do I see?
Interpretation - what does it mean?
Application - how does it apply to my life?
Series: Skill Builder
The Importance of Observation
Series: Skill Builder
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