The Bible source Book can help make you a better Bible Student. A Bible student’s tools are his Bible and his books. Here is a handy volume offering a number of methods of personal Bible study, along with well-organized outlines of all the major Bible doctrines designed to answer your questions as you study. A concise Bible dictionary quickly defines many of the words Bible Students stumble over. A practical handbook for anyone—especially new Christians.
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About the Author
David L. Brown was born in Michigan. He came to know Christ as his Savior as the result of a Sunday school teacher throwing away the liberal curriculum, teaching through the book of Romans, and sharing the Gospel. He has been married to Linda for 42 years. She was a young lady from his home church.
David attended a Michigan University then transferred to a Christian University and Seminary where he completed a Bachelor's Degree in Social Science and Theology. He holds a Master's Degree in Theology, and Ph.D. in History, specializing in the history of the English Bible.
Since December 1979, he has been the Pastor of the First Baptist Church of Oak Creek, Wisconsin (an independent, fundamental, Baptist Church using the King James Bible and conservative music). Previous to that, he pastored an independent Baptist Church in Michigan for five years, was an assistant pastor for 4 years, and served with his wife as short term missionaries in Haiti.
Dr. Brown is the president of the King James Bible Research Council (www.kjbresearchcouncil.com), an organization dedicated to promoting the King James Bible and its underlying texts and other traditional text translations around the world in a solid and sensible way.
He is also the president of Logos Communication Consortium, Inc. (www.logosresourcepages.org), a research organization that produces a large variety of materials warning Christians of present dangers in our culture.
He is also the vice president of the Midwest Independent Baptist Pastor's Fellowship, a fellowship of independent Baptist pastors, missionaries, and evangelists from fourteen upper Midwest states.
Dr. Brown is the Curator of the Christian Heritage Bible Collection and regularly takes his rare Bible, manuscript and artifact collection to fundamental Baptist Churches teaching and preaching on the history of our English Bible, showing how God has preserved His Word(s), and why we should use the King James Bible.
He also serves as a consultant for individuals, museums, colleges, universities, and seminaries that desire to acquire or have collections of biblical manuscripts and Bibles. He is an antiquarian book dealer with contacts around the world.
He can be contacted at: Dr. David L. Brown
8044 S. Verdev Dr.
Oak Creek, WI. 53154
Table of Contents
Part I How to Use the Bible 7
1. Personal Qualifications 9
2. The Importance of Tools 12
3. Various Methods of Bible Study 16
4. A Reading Plan 20
5. Where to Turn in Your Bible 27
6. The Roman Road 29
7. Buying a New Bible 31
Part 2 Basic Bible Doctrine 33
8. The Scriptures 35
9. God 58
10. Jesus Christ 70
11. The Holy Spirit 91
12. Man 99
13. Sin 111
14. Salvation 114
15. Christian Growth and Maturity 124
16. Prayer, Faith, and Fasting 135
17. The Church 152
18. Angels 161
19. Prophecy 176
Part 3 Glossary and Concordance 199
20. Concise Bible Dictionary 200
21. An Abbreviated Topical Concordance 224