Author: TISCA

Slow Food studies, which are suitable for busy teachers and others, break down a passage of Scripture into short manageable sections with one leading question on each section. They are not designed, though they may be adapted, for detailed expository analysis. Cross-references (listed in Biblical order, normally restricted to three, and sometimes offering a longer passage for context) chase up ideas in the section. The first person singular is normally used, with a view to personal application; for group study it can be pluralised. Studies may be combined.

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