The Graphōble Bible Study Method – New Testament is a thorough approach to engaging the New Testament so that the Bible engager receives optimum benefit from their investment. The Graphōble Bible Study Method – New Testament uses the inductive Bible study method framework along with a multitude of enhancements to offer the Bible engager a choice of how deep they will prayerfully dig into God’s Word.
By following the Graphōble roadmap for the Graphōble observation step, the Bible engager will engage the text like never before. Practically speaking, asking and letting the text answer many questions will squeeze virtually every impactful fact out of the text and identify every pertinent relationship extant in the text. By shining the light of the historical and cultural contexts on a careful observation of what the text says, the Bible engager will possess the foundation to carry out the second step, i.e., interpretation, of the inductive Bible study method.
The extensive data developed by the Graphōble observation step will enable the Bible engager to competently carry out the Graphōble interpretation step. Then, the Bible engager will have the evidentiary background to arrive at the text’s single, definite and fixed meaning. In other words, the Bible engager will answer the question – what did the original writer intend to say to his original audience through the text? Once the Bible engager has established the text’s single, definite, and fixed meaning through the Graphōble interpretation step, they will move on to the Graphōble application step.
Finally, through the Graphōble application step, the bible engager will identify one or more valid applications of the text to their life. One very beneficial aspect of the Graphōble Bible Study Method – New Testament is the extensive instruction about the Graphōble application step so that the Bible engager does not arrive at a fallacious application of the text.
Our goal at The Salvation Meter website is to use the Graphōble Bible Study Method – New Testament to reexamine every pertinent New Testament Scripture in The Salvation Meter. Knowing that we are fallible, should it appear that a passage is not applicable to define or support a specific test of salvation, we will acknowledge the same and seek to “repair” The Salvation Meter accordingly.
Right now, we are developing the “final” version of the Graphōble Bible Study Method – New Testament. As we complete the various steps, we will publish them at The Salvation Meter website.