Karl talks with Dianne Finkelde, the author of several books, including Unlock Your Bible: The How-to Study Guide for Everyday Christians.
Karl and Dianne talk about, not just the importance of reading the Bible, but how to read it in a way that the everyday person can understand it, appreciate it, and do what it says, including:
- Letting the Bible explain the Bible
- Hearing God as he speaks to us through its pages
- How to remember what we read
- Going deeper with character studies, word studies, and more
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