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(Spanish) Questions and Answers on How to Interpret the Bible


In 40 Questions about Interpreting the Bible, New Testament Professor Dr. Robert L. Plummer tackles the major questions that persons ask about reading and undestanding the Bible.  

Questions include:

Does the Bible contain error?

Were the ancient manuscripts of the Bible transmitted accurately?
What is the best English Bible translation?
Is the Bible really all about Jesus?

Do all the commands of the Bible apply today?
Why can't people agree on what the Bible means?
How do we interpret historical narrative?
How do we interpret the Psalms?
What does the Bible tell us about the future?
What is the “Theological Interpretation of Scripture”? 
and many others. 

El segundo en una serie organizada en un formato de preguntas y respuestas, este libro trata las principales preguntas que estudiantes, pastores y profesores hacen sobre cómo leer y comprender la Biblia. El libro se divide en cuatro partes: primeros pasos, acercamiento general a la Biblia, acercamiento a textos específicos y temas de debates recientes. Este formato accesible permite a los profesores utilizar este libro como un libro de texto y el alumno inquisitivo lo usará para comprender los temas que son más pertinentes para su estudio. Preguntas y respuestas sobre cómo interpretar la Biblia es de lectura obligada para todo estudiante que busca aumentar su conocimiento bíblico, y para el pastor que busca enseñar la Biblia de manera fiel.


Spanish originated in the Castile region of Spain and has grown to be the native language of over 400 million people worldwide, making it second only to Mandarin Chinese. If you include second language speakers, Spanish is spoken by, at least, 500 million. 

It is the official language of 21 countries with most of those speakers located in Latin America. (Mexico is the world’s largest Spanish-speaking nation.) Spanish has at least 3 million native speakers each in 44 countries, making it the fourth mostly geographically widely spoken language behind English (112 countries), French (60) and Arabic (57). Roman Catholicism is the predominate religion of Spanish-speakers, Protestantism has made significant inroads but it is driven through large segment of the prosperity gospel.

Project Details

Resource Title: Questions and Answers on How to Interpret the Bible
Author: Miguel Nunez
Language: Spanish
Page Count: 350
Format: Softcover

This resource is located and shipped within the US.


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