How to Interpret Your Bible

Online Self-Paced Course

“The Bible was written for us –but not to us. We’re not part of the ancient world that informed its writers. We’re strangers to their ideas, experiences, and worldview. Because we’re cultural and historical outsiders, what we read in the Bible can often be perplexing and impenetrable.”  

― Dr. Michael Heiser, Biblical Scholar ―

If Christianity is true, then the Bible provides true answers to those critically important questions. God gives us much of life’s instructions in the Bible. But unless you attend Seminary, you probably aren't going to be taught how to properly interpret your Bible. In fact, even some seminaries do not teach proper Biblical interpretation!

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What you will be learning from Dr. Frank Turek

Here are some of the questions you’ll get succinct and memorable answers to:

  • Why is knowing how to interpret your Bible the most important skill for your life to be a success into eternity?
  • What is the Bible really all about?
  • The Bible is not a book that will tell you everything about everything. In fact, no book could. So, what’s its purpose?
  • Is the Bible written to you or for you?
  • What are the Top Ten mistakes we make interpreting the Bible? 
  • Why you should never ask, “What does this verse mean to you?”
  • Why does Frank say, “There are no verses in the Bible”? 
  • Are the Old Testament and New Testament equally applicable to Christians today? Which parts and how do you know? 
  • Are Proverbs promises?
  • What is the acronym STOP, and why is it the key to unlocking the proper interpretation of the Bible?
  • What are the six questions you need to ask to help you get the real meaning? 
  • Should we take the entire Bible literally? 
  • How does knowing the type of literature help you interpret the passage?
  • How to properly interpret difficult passages such as:  

Did Jesus falsely predict the end of the world in the first century (Matt. 24)?

Is God’s election unjust (Romans 9)?

Is baptism necessary for salvation (Acts 2)? 

Are we saved by works (James 2)?

Is faith blind (Heb. 11)? 

  • How could the sun stand still when it doesn’t move normally (Josh. 10)? 
  • Isn’t the Bible all we need? 
  • What are the COLUMNS that support the Bible and are needed to properly interpret the Bible? 
  • What translation should I use? 
  • What Bible tools should I use? 
  • Why are there so many denominations: Isn’t God’s word clear enough? 
  • How serious are denominational disagreements? 
  • Where do I go from here? 

Receive training from Dr. Frank Turek himself in this 12 Lesson Self-Paced online course.

Dr. Frank Turek has been providing evidence and answering questions from believers and non-believers about the Christian faith for over 20 years. Frank Turek is a dynamic speaker and award-winning author or coauthor of four books: Stealing from God:  Why Atheists Need God to make their CaseI Don’t Have Enough Faith to be an AtheistCorrect, Not Politically Correct and Legislating Morality. As the President of, Frank presents powerful and entertaining evidence for Christianity at churches, high schools and at secular college campuses that often begin hostile to his message. He has also debated several prominent atheists including Christopher Hitchens and David Silverman, president of American Atheists.

The course includes over 11 hours of video, commentary with further explanations, PowerPoint pdfs, lesson summaries, downloadable questions, and an answer key.

Become a bold apologist for God!





12 Complete Lessons of Video

Lesson Commentaries

Lesson Questions

PowerPoint pdfs from Video Lessons

A “Toolbox” of additional lesson-enhancing videos and resources

Question Answer Key

Access to Course Content for 1 Year



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