The Book of Ruth: A Study Guide

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Book Bazooka Publication, Apr 12, 2022 - Religion - 89 pages
The purpose of this study guide is to provide a study source for the book of Ruth. It allows the reader not only to have an in-depth study of the book of Ruth but also to understand the biblical truths that can be applied into the reader’s life. This book is tailored in a way that the reader will comprehend the truths found in this Old Testament book. Exposition of each verse is given so that the reader can apply these truths in their daily life to lead a closer life with God. This study tool is architected in a way to create interest for the reader. At the beginning of each chapter, the reader will find the verses from that chapter, followed by an explanation of each verse with cross references to other scriptures so that every verse will be made clear for the reader’s convenience. Every verse of the book of Ruth is rewritten with the verse numbers in this study guide. As a result, there is no need for the reader to go back and forth from this study tool to their Bible to verify the scriptures. Practical application points are given at the end of every chapter for a greater understanding and application. An empty space is provided for the reader to write self-reflection points and prayer points so that whatever the reader grasps can be written for the future. This book is mainly for personal devotion, self-reflection and application.

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Acknowledgements 1
Significant factors of the Book of Ruth7
Chapter 234
Chapter 352
Chapter 465
About the Author 83

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About the author (2022)

Dr. Joseph Edwin Sunder was born and brought up in a remote village in Karnataka, a state in India. After completing this PhD in Educational Psychology, Dr. Sunder started his teaching profession in India. In 2003, he received an offer to teach at a school in South Korea that changes the whole perspective of this life. After completion of this one-year contract at the school in South Korea, he ended up as a student of theology and completed his doctoral studies in Practical Theology in 2011. Since then, he has worked at various educational congregation for five years. He then moved to the US. He currently lives with his wife and daughter in Denver, Colorado.

Dr Sunder has published many articles in the Korea Times. He is also a founder of BEE Ministries (, which focuses on reaching the unreached.

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