BIBLE STUDY WITIDN ESTABLISHED BIBLE STUDY GROUPS: RESULTS OF AN EMPIRICAL RESEARCH PROJECT

Ernst M Conradie, Louis C Jonker

Abstract


1. Introduction
The purpose of this contribution is to discuss the results of the empirical research project on
Biblical interpretation within the context of established Bible study groups that was
launched in 1999.1 The scope of this project remained limited. The purpose of the project
was to investigate the validity of a number of hypotheses on various factors that playa role
in Biblical interpretation in a group context.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/78-0-690

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