I assume that the reader has read the Bible from cover to cover at least once--hopefully, a dozen times.  It seems unreasonable to me that a person would read a book about understanding the Bible without first familiarizing himself with the book he is endeavoring to understand.  And this book will not make sense to you if you aren't familiar with the Bible.

    Most of my quotes are from the King James version; some are a more literal rendering of the original.  I encourage you to look up the Word for yourself.

    Anytime someone selects verses out of the Bible to refer to, they formulate a doctrine.  This cannot be avoided, but this book is about how to understand not about doctrine.  So, if you don't like the examples I use, you are free to choose your own.


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