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  1. jakeschotter

    MacArthur Sermon Collection

    I recently purchased the Spurgeon 63 volume archive that is searchable and I love it. I would like to see JOHN MACARTHUR'S SERMON ARCHIVE on Accordance in a similar style. His transcripts can be accessed at the Grace To You website but I would also like it with this software to look for specific things instead of a general idea that the website provides. It would also go well with his books and his commentaries. Thanks!
  2. Timothy Jenney

    #104) Thinking Contextually

    [Accordance 10: Methods] The best way to study a verse in the Bible is to learn to think contextually. Consider a verse's context: the paragraph in which it is found, the section in which it appears, and the book in which it is embedded. Good tools, like Bible outlines and Introductions, can help us see the big picture. Thinking contextually helps us avoid errors in interpretation, as Dr. J shows us in this podcast, using the three parables of Luke 15 as an example.
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