| Graphical Exegesis | Graphical Exegesis. is a website that provides examples and how-to’s on a method of studying Scripture that John Piper has used for years. I have just now stumbled upon it but it appears to be a variation of what I call block outlining or structural outlining. To fully use the site they ask for $10 but you can browse around for free and get the gist of the process. Another good tool for understanding the Scriptures.


About Kevin M. Adams

M.Div.: Biblical Studies M.A.: Biblical Studies B.S.: Criminal Justice Diploma: Business Management 20 Years Youth Ministry 12 Years Food Service 9 Years School Teacher 7 Years Bus Driving 7 Years Church Planter/Pastor Enjoy Camping, Canoeing, Photography, Tennis (not good!), Reading
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