25 May 2015

Who Done It?


This method of Bible study ignores what is said. Instead, one asks a series of questions about the circumstances of the communication.
  • Who is speaking?
  • Who are they speaking to?
  • Who are they speaking about?

  • Who is present?
  • Who is not present, but whose presence would be expected?
  • Who is present, whose presence is unexpected?

  • What type of building are they speaking in?
  • What hamlet, village, city are they speaking in?
  • What country are they speaking in?

  • What time of day are they speaking?
  • What time of the week are they speaking?
  • What time of the month are they speaking?
  • What time of the year are they speaking?

  • When are they speaking?
  • Who is the primary audience of this passage?
  • Who is the secondary audience of this passage?
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