“Real Bible Study”: On Seeing the Wood for the Trees

“Real Bible Study”: On Seeing the Wood for the Trees

David Ireson recounts a lecture given by Jeffrey John, Dean of St. Albans. It was part of the Heritage Lecture series held at St Michael's, Dinham, Exeter and took place on April 2nd.

As the saying goes we look down into a well 2,000 years deep, and at the bottom see our own reflection; every age creates its own interpretation of the Bible. This problem was addressed by Jeffrey John with an outstanding lecture. He urged our making the effort to read the documents and books as the first Christians did. This, he said, can only help enrich and deepen faith and understanding.

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