Understanding The Bible

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Dr. Mason's original introduction to these Bible Notes
Introduction to the Bible Notes Why these notes?, Things to observe, Chronology, Amount of material, Addenda or Excursus, The included Syllabi.
Introduction to:  The Canon Of Scripture To determine why, when, and how the 66 books of the Bible (Protestant) were united in one volume; to answer the question "Is any book added or omitted which should not be?" 
Introduction to:  Manuscripts and Versions Determining the differences in the kinds of writings that make up the bibles we read.
Introduction to:  Inspiration Understanding how Inspiration is a supernatural influence exerted on the sacred writers by the Spirit of God
Introduction to: Hermeneutics Understanding the "science of interpretation" and how the Scriptures should be read and understood.



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