Bible Study

For decades, ñ’s ministry on campus has centered around manuscript Bible study, invented by ñ staff Paul Byer in the 1950s. Manuscript study contains the three aspects of inductive Bible study: observation, interpretation, and application.

In manuscript Bible study, leaders act as facilitators who pass out printed passages, and members engage in communal discovery—generating questions together, sharing what they see and think, and discovering Scripture’s meaning for themselves.

Watch the video below to find out more about what ñ Bible studies look like.

Click the button below to visit howto.bible, an ñ project where you can learn how to study the Bible yourself and lead others too.

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