The Inductive Bible Study (IBS) movement has greatly impacted the global church; its influence continues to spread. One of the movement’s most seminal advocates and educators—Robert A. Traina, who authored Methodical Bible Study and Inductive Bible Study (with David R. Bauer)—posthumously left important material on “Method in Bible Teaching.” Along with this essay, this volume assembles twenty essays by educational and church leaders who aptly treat issues of teaching IBS across the curriculum, in the church, and for the academy. Topics covered include pedagogy, hermeneutics, course design for undergraduate and graduate courses, online instruction, using Bible Software, grading comments and rubrics, lessons and assignments, church programs, and discipleship. This book contains the most comprehensive treatment of teaching the Bible inductively.
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