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Christian talk radio with Chuck Swindoll

A 30-minute daily feature "committed to excellence in communicating Biblical truth and its application," Insight for Living has received tremendous response from across the country and around the world since its inception in 1977. Insight features the practical Bible teaching of best-selling author Chuck Swindoll. Chuck's forthright teaching style hits listeners "right where they live."

Recent Episodes

Sep 18

Understanding the Nutrients: Interpreting the Text, Part 1

In order to understand how to apply biblical truth, you must follow certain guidelines. First, there's observation: determining what the Scripture says by reading and rereading it; paying attention to words, phrases, even parts of speech and punctuation. Observation answers, "What does it say?" Observation leads to interpretation. Interpreting the Scripture has to do with understanding. Interpretation answers, "What does it mean?" Chuck Swindoll teaches you how to answer this question no matter the passage of Scripture you are studying.

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Sep 17

Reading the Ingredients: Observing the Text, Part 3

To observe is to inspect or to take note of something, to watch carefully, with attention to details. Detective Sherlock Holmes was quick to point out, "Watson, you see but you do not observe." Don't you sometimes wonder how a person can pull something from the Bible that you have looked at many times but weren't able to see? In this message, you will learn to work your way through the process of being able to do that on your own. The first step in getting to know your copy of the Scriptures is observation. Many people want to know the meaning of the Bible so much that they rapidly pass beyond observation and plunge into interpretation, and that is the formula for error. Through observation we discover what the Bible says . . . the foundation of all Bible study.

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Sep 16

Reading the Ingredients: Observing the Text, Part 2

To observe is to inspect or to take note of something, to watch carefully, with attention to details. Detective Sherlock Holmes was quick to point out, Watson, you see but you do not observe.Don't you sometimes wonder how a person can pull something from the Bible that you have looked at many times but weren't able to see? In this message, you will learn to work your way through the process of being able to do that on your own. The first step in getting to know your copy of the Scriptures is observation. Many people want to know the meaning of the Bible so much that they rapidly pass beyond observation and plunge into interpretation, and that is the formula for error. Through observation we discover what the Bible says . . . the foundation of all Bible study.

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Sep 13

Reading the Ingredients: Observing the Text, Part 1

To observe is to inspect or to take note of something, to watch carefully, with attention to details. Detective Sherlock Holmes was quick to point out, "Watson, you see but you do not observe." Don't you sometimes wonder how a person can pull something from the Bible that you have looked at many times but weren't able to see? In this message, you will learn to work your way through the process of being able to do that on your own. The first step in getting to know your copy of the Scriptures is observation. Many people want to know the meaning of the Bible so much that they rapidly pass beyond observation and plunge into interpretation, and that is the formula for error. Through observation we discover what the Bible says . . . the foundation of all Bible study.

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Sep 12

Choosing the Recipe: Pursuing the Treasures of Scripture, Part 3

There are few subjects more important than learning how to feed yourself with the Word of God. A master chef named Howard G. Hendricks opened God's Word at Dallas Theological Seminary and taught a subject he called Bible Study Methods, which forever changed the way Chuck Swindoll handled the Bible. Pursuing the treasures of Scripture isn't just for seminary students - it's for everyone. Every Christian can learn how to cook: how to dig into the Word and let it renew our minds.

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Sep 11

Choosing the Recipe: Pursuing the Treasures of Scripture, Part 2

There are few subjects more important than learning how to feed yourself with the Word of God. A master chef named Howard G. Hendricks opened God's Word at Dallas Theological Seminary and taught a subject he called Bible Study Methods, which forever changed the way Chuck Swindoll handled the Bible. Pursuing the treasures of Scripture isn't just for seminary students - it's for everyone. Every Christian can learn how to cook: how to dig into the Word and let it renew our minds.

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Sep 10

Choosing the Recipe: Pursuing the Treasures of Scripture, Part 1

There are few subjects more important than learning how to feed yourself with the Word of God. A master chef named Howard G. Hendricks opened God's Word at Dallas Theological Seminary and taught a subject he called Bible Study Methods, which forever changed the way Chuck Swindoll handled the Bible. Pursuing the treasures of Scripture isn't just for seminary students, it's for everyone. Every Christian can learn how to cook - how to dig into the Word and let it renew our minds.

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