Faith Blum

Book Review: How to Study the Bible

Title: How to Study the Bible
Written By: Dwight L. Moody
Genre: Bible Study Helps/Non-fiction
Recommended Ages: Any

Introduction:

This book was amazing! I highlighted probably about 1/4 of it. It was interesting to note how similar the times were back in the late 1800s and now. So much of what D.L Moody said completely describes today.

Clarity:

Everything was written super clearly and even though it was written over 100 years ago, it was easy to understand.

Usability:

As I mentioned earlier, I highlighted about one-fourth of the book. Which means it was very usable. I am looking forward to putting it into practice in my own Bible reading.

Readability:

Super readable. The formatting for the Kindle version was done very well.

Overall writing quality:

Not a single typo that I found. And I loved the conversational tone of the book. D.L. Moody was not only a good evangelist and preacher in the day, but an excellent writer.

Un-put-down-ability:

It did take me two weeks to read the book, but only because I was too busy to read it all the way through in one sitting.

Conclusion:

I very, very highly recommend this book. If I could give it 20 stars, I would.

4 thoughts on “Book Review: How to Study the Bible”

    1. Hi, Judith! Sure! One of the most memorable tips was that whatever you are lacking or need to learn is what you should study. If you are lacking faith, do a word study on faith. If you are discouraged, do a study on encouragement.

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