If you were going to teach a Bible Study

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    If you were going to teach a Bible Study what resources would you use? I also want to do church history as my next study group session
     
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    Shane R Well-Known Member

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    One professor at Trinity Evangelical School for Ministry was using Turning Points by Mark Noll as his church history textbook. This book is not intended to be a textbook or a seminary level book. It is rather a volume targeted to the interested layman. As such, it would be an excellent choice for a study group. The book does not seek to examine church history exhaustively, but chooses 13 snapshots from crucial periods of church history and devotes a chapter to examining each one. This is a very readable approach to history.

    The book is now in its 3rd edition, which will run you at least $12 per copy. Previous editions can be had for as little as $4.
     
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    I actually own and have read that book.
     
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    If you are working through the Lectionary, I am a fan of Lectionary Central. It provides commentaries each reading from a number of important writers throughout the history of the church.

    http://www.lectionarycentral.com/
     
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    Thanks