Author(s): William Taylor
Read / Mark / Learn is a small group Bible study series that is designed to equip people to study God's Word for themselves. In an era that claims that the Bible can say what you want it to say, it is important to re-establish the truth that you just can't - if you explain the Scripture with honesty, fairness and in context. Each study establishes the context, aim, structure and lessons of the passage. It also shows links with the Old Testament and practical applications and suggestions. There are also conversational discussion starters and suggested questions for leading a Bible study.
This volume feeds the most knowledgeable Bible student, splendidly prepares the group leader, and challenges and edifies group members in the great truths revealed in Luke's gospel. I will be recommending it to our Theological College students! – Archie Poulos, Head of Ministry Department, Moore College, Sydney.
This series on Luke's Gospel will assist individuals and groups to understand what this part of the Bible is saying and the difference it makes to the lives of God's people. Behind these brief notes lies a patient, serious wrestling with the text by one who knows that God's word is good. – Mark D. Thompson, Principal, Moore Theological College, Sydney
This volume arose out of the regular preaching ministry at St Helen's Bishopsgate, London, and its homiletical genesis is often apparent. The rising tendency to leverage sermons into material for small group study is wholly salutary, and this is a wonderful and helpful example of its kind. I hope it circulates widely. – D. A. Carson, Research Professor of New Testament, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Deerfield, Illinois