Future Study Requests?

I’m slightly leaning toward studying Philippians next.  It’s a favorite of many and I’d like to study it more thoroughly.  Plus, it was written around the same time as Colossians and Philemon, so we wouldn’t have to go too in depth on background matters.  And I already have a good commentary on it.  I’m talking myself into studying Philippians more and more as I write.

That said, I’d like to ask you all if there is anything specific you’d like to study?  Even if we don’t cover it next, it’d be good to know if there are particular interests for future study.  What would you like to know more about and study further?  Anything specific you’d like to cover?  Perhaps something in the Gospels, in one of the smaller letters (e.g., Jude), a particular topic, a book about the Bible?  Please let me know!

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5 Responses to Future Study Requests?

  1. Scott Mabee says:

    Philippians sounds good.
    Other suggestions:
    -Romans
    -Discipleship
    -Daniel
    -The love of God for people

    Scott

  2. MAS says:

    Since we started Mathew how about finishing it?

  3. Jan says:

    Keep going on NT books and then do the OT one book at a time. Lots of background, timeline, relationships, etc. I’d like to know why there are 4 gospels and why they are different and why they are so similar at the same time.
    I love many verses in Philippians

  4. Leah says:

    I’d love to study Philippians. And although I’ve done a study on Romans, it would be neat to delve into that again…there’s so much to learn.

  5. Nic says:

    Thanks for all the great feedback and ideas! NDS

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