Item description for Training For Service-Student Edition by Orrin Root...
Overview Training for Service--A Survey of the Bible is an in-depth Bible study program for the serious student. It is a practical, systematic study that will give you the knowledge of God's Word you seek. It will also motivate you to a deeper commitment to serve the Lord to the best of your abilities and talents.
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Studio: Standard Publishing Company
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10" Width: 6.78" Height: 0.31" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 2000
Publisher Standard Publishing Company
Edition Student/Stdy Gde
ISBN 0872397041 ISBN13 9780872397040
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Training for Service Oct 4, 2007
A great resource for Christians to develop a base of knowledge about the Bible and its importance to the world. Very thorough and instructive. I use it to teach our teenage class. I highly recommend it.
Getting to know the difference from the Old & New Testament Sep 30, 2007
Our Bible School consists of Old, young adults and young people. This book is enjoyed by them and is good in relating, the understanding of the entire Bible. It separates the two yet correlates them. It also gives an overview of many of the book which is very helpful to the students.It is true to it's "Title Survey of the Bible"
Salient Studies for New Christians Jun 21, 2000
This is a great starting tool to give new christians a framework upon which to build future bible studies. The author begins at the beginning, just as the bible does. The author adds value by providing the student with some history of how the bible came about. However, some doctinal issues (i.e., eschatology, dispensations and the like) must be challenged by the serious student. The author's basic outline does allow for a well-trained teacher to guide the student along the course of rightly dividing the Word of God and letting scripture interpret scripture, based on content, language and grammar,etc.