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The joy of discovery in Bible study

by Oletta Wald

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Published by Augsburg Pub. House in Minneapolis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible -- Study and teaching

  • Edition Notes

    StatementOletta Wald.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS600.2 .W28 1975
    The Physical Object
    Pagination96 p. ;
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5199492M
    ISBN 100806615133
    LC Control Number75022710
    OCLC/WorldCa2043734

    Get this from a library! The new joy of discovery in Bible study. [Oletta Wald] -- A guide to teaching the discovery method for Bible study. The New Joy of Discovery in Bible Study (New Joy of Discovery) by Oletta Wald and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at

      The New Joy of Discovery in Bible Study features a two-part approach to learning about the Bible. Part one is the Discovery Phase. See how to become a discoverer, observer, and interpreter of the text. Part two, the Expanding Phase, concentrates on how to approach the Bible in a more in Brand: Augsburg Fortress, Publishers. The New Joy of Teaching Discovery Bible Study concentrates on how to teach Bible studies. Use this title with The New Joy of Discovery in Bible Study or on its own. Designed to make teaching easier, this book covers preparation and ways to work with the learner to create a mutually beneficial learning experience, as well as step-by-step approaches to looking at different aspects of study.

    Discover Books of the Bible. This web site explains Various Books of The Bible, by Explaining Each Individual Scripture Over the years I have been asked if I had any other books of the bible that are explained like the one for the book of Revelation which took a year to The updated and simplified guide to teaching the 'discovery' or inductive method of Bible study - to help readers learn now to teach others to study the Bible and find joy in the process. Part One focuses on some of the basic principles involved in Bible teaching. Part Two provides specific instructions to develop a course on the skills described in The Joy of Discovery in Bible Study, which Pages:


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However, Joy of discovery was more detailed in its breakout of how to analyze and study scripture. Both books together make a fantastic compliment to learn how to study scriptures on your own.

Too many people simply do fill in the blank studies and never learn to dig out the truth for themselves, its a shame because it is not too hard to learn and the benefits are beyond measure.

This book /5(38). Reviewed in the United States on Ap For those who want to learn what inductive Bible study is, the steps of observation, interpretation, and application, and how to use this book in the study of a Biblical passage or a book of the Bible, I highly recommend The Joy of Discovery /5(7).

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Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required/5(7). The purpose of The New Joy of Discovery in Bible Study is to engage readers in learning Bible study skills that will encourage them to become "discoverers"—no longer dependent on others to gain insights into Scripture—and experience joy in the process.

If you are interested in learning the basics of inductive Bible study, you might find Part One enough.5/5(3). The New Joy of Discovery in Bible Study book.

Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The learner gains an understanding of how to /5. This book and its companion (New Joy of Discovery in Bible Study) are not intended to bring something unique to the table for seminary level students.

They are specifically designed to show the lay person how to study the Bible inductively for himself/herself, and then prepare him/her to teach the methods to others/5(9).

An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. The joy of discovery in Bible study by Wald, Oletta.

Publication date Topics Bible Publisher Minneapolis: Augsburg Pub. House CollectionPages: Description: The joy to be found in the discovery of God’s word is a lifelong journey that can begin at any age.

This book is full of Bible studies that have been written specifically for use by people who have experienced life for a few years and their families. Willa Ruth Garlow is a gifted Bible teacher and writer. Joy of Discovery in Bible Study [by Robert F. Ramey, used with permission] Many read the Bible only on rare occasions, perhaps in a crisis or in church.

They are content to get their Bible knowledge second hand. Others who read the Bible on a regular basis do not know the method whereby they can discover the riches of Scripture for Size: KB. I recently read Living by the Book by Hendricks and noticed tremendous similarities between that book and Joy of Discovery.

However, Joy of discovery was more detailed in its breakout of how to analyze and study scripture. Both books together make a fantastic compliment to learn how to study scriptures on your own/5(32). Oletta Wald has revised and simplified her popular guide to the inductive or discovery method of Bible study.

The Joy of Discovery is a practical workbook that will equip both youth and adults to use the Bible on their own and in groups.4/5. This book is a revised edition of my book, The Joy of Discovery. I wrote the first edition soon after I attended the former Biblical Semi-nary in New York, where I was introduced to what is called inductive Bible study.

In this book, I shall call the process discovery Bible study. FYhile this revised edition contains the same basic principles. For those who want to learn what inductive Bible study is, the steps of observation, interpretation, and application, and how to use this book in the study of a Biblical passage or a book of the Bible, I highly recommend The Joy of Discovery/5(5).

The New Joy of Discovery in Bible Study Kids and Christian Education Series New Joy of Discovery: Author: Oletta Wald: Edition: revised: Publisher: Augsburg Fortress, ISBN: X, Length: 91 pages: Subjects4/5(3).

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A guide to teaching the discovery method for Bible study. The Joy of Discovery in Bible Study by Wald, Oletta and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Joy of Discovery in Bible Study [by Robert F.

Ramey, used with permission] Many read the Bible only on rare occasions, perhaps in a crisis or in church. They are content to get their Bible knowledge second hand. Others who read the Bible on a regular basis do not know the method whereby they can discover the riches of Scripture for themselves.

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Amazon Price New from Used from Kindle Edition "Please retry" CDN$ — — Paperback "Please retry" CDN$ /5(32). Oletta Wald's "Joy of Discovery" is a brilliant resource for people who want to improve their Bible study. Both individuals and groups, beginners and advanced readers, students and teachers can benefit tremendously/5(2).

I recently read Living by the Book by Hendricks and noticed tremendous similarities between that book and Joy of Discovery. However, Joy of discovery was more detailed in its breakout of how to analyze and study scripture.

Both books together make a fantastic compliment to /5. Books Of the Bible. Click on a Book listed below which will take you to its "Introduction Page". Go to the bottom of that page to see the "Index" (chapters), which are hot links.

Click on the chapter you want there. When a chapter or section is finished, you will see at the bottom of the page over the links, "Go to the Next Section".Description: Oletta Wald has revised and simplified her popular guide to the inductive or discovery method of Bible study.

The Joy of Discovery is a practical workbook that will equip both youth and adults to use the Bible on their own and in groups. The purpose of this book is to enable you to become a discoverer and in the process experience the Joy of discovery.

"The pattern in many Bible study groups is for the leader to be the discoverer and share his discoveries with others. Since the participants are not helped to become discoverers, they can quickly forget what was taught.

My hope is that through the suggestions in this Author: Oletta Wald.