What is he best bible study u have ever heard or read??

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Didge Doo answered

I haven't read this one, but would like to: Asimov's Guide to the Bible.

Here's the blurb from Amazon:  "In Asimov's Guide to the Bible, Isaac Asimov explores the historical, geographical, and biographical aspects of the events described in the Old and New Testaments.  Asimov's attempts to illuminate the Bible's many obscure, mysterious passages prove absorbing reading for anyone interested in religion and history."

Such a book from such a man would be well-worthwhile.

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Tom  Jackson
Tom Jackson commented
Thought you were kidding until I realized the title was also a link. (and written before he died.)

After Buck Rogers as a kid, I lost interest in science fiction (go figure!?)
Didge Doo
Didge Doo commented
Asimov was a polymath. About 100 of his books were sci-fi but he wrote almost another 400, mostly on scientific and academic subjects.
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Cookie Hill answered

The bible study I enjoyed was about Hebrews 6:12," Be imitators of those who through faith and patience inherit the promise" I learned about men and women who had faith in God and who's lives turn out for the good because of listening and obeying God.

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Darik Majoren answered

I can still remember a Bible study I went to on a Wednesday evening in our Pastor's house. It was part of the Teen Ministry (I was 15 at the time) and it was centered around Psalm 23:4. I felt very comforted and empowered after the study.

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Woof Woofy answered

I would say the best one i've had would be when my dad joined the Adventist church while i still in my teens. SDA bible studies last weeks on end and they really dig deep into various bible topics that most of christianity has no clue about. Im an atheist now and have been for the past year but i overall, i would say the Adventists put on some pretty interesting seminars and studies (nothing compared to mainstream christianity)

Janis Haskell Profile
Janis Haskell answered

There are many.  I loved studying the book of Esther when I was a young woman and was very inspired by it.

"Who knows, perhaps you have come to the kingdom for such a time as this."

AnnNettie Paradise Profile

I truly enjoyed reading the bible study about Hannah. Her faith in God help her to cope with what often seemed like an impossible situation. If you face challenges that sap you of joy in life, you may find Hannah’s story particularly moving. (1 Samuel Chapters 1 &2)

Photo Joe Profile
Photo Joe answered

First Chapter Of Job.  In perticuler verses 6-19.  The Bible in lifting the veil to give glimpse into heavenly affairs reveals that Satan later as a rival god appeared before God in heaven, challenging God to his face, saying that he could turn God's servants Job, and by implication any servent of God, away from him.  He charged God, in effect, with unrighteousely giving Job everything, along with full protection, so that he, Satan, could not test Job and show what  was really in his heart, which Satan  intimated, was bad.  He implied that Job served God primarily for selfish considerations.  Satain made this point in his arguement clear when he said " Job 1:11 " But take away his wealth, and you'll see him curse you to your face"  (LB)  Another Version says " But put forth thine hand now, and touch all that he hath, and he will curse thee to they face."  (KJV)  In this case, God allowed Satan to bring calamity upon Job by not interfering when Satan brought about a raid from Saben marauders as well as destruction of  flocks and shepherds by what Job's messenger called " the very fire of God"  from the heavens; whether this was lightining or other fire is not stated.  But it was now from God, all the destrucion.  Satan also brought a raid by three bands of Chaldeans, as well as windstorm.  These things caused the death of all of Job's children and destroyed his property.  Finally Satan inficted a aloathsome disese upon Job himself.  Hope you get a chance to read it your self, would like to hear you thoughts on it 

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