This episode originally aired September 16, 2019

If one treats the Bible as inspired and authoritative in their life, are there better or worse ways of reading the Bible that could produce good or bad results in one's life?

Dr. Jeannine K. Brown is a New Testament Scholar, NIV Biblical translator, author and professor. She has taught at Bethel Seminary for over 20 years.

 

To check out some of Dr. Jeannine K. Brown's books/commentaries:

Scripture as Communication

Matthew (Two Horizons Commentary)

Becoming Whole and Holy

 

Dr. Brown's Blog:

https://jeanninekbrown.wordpress.com/

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