The methods of oral Bible storytelling are expanding in influence for proclamation of the Gospel, discipleship, and church planting on the mission field. Such strategies are essential to reach those from primarily oral cultures where few have strong skills in literacy. As these methods are implemented, it is of critical importance to insure that they equip nationals with the fundamental skills of biblical interpretation. The author will demonstrate that at the level of proclamation and early discipleship, oral methods are able to effectively empower nonand semi-literates in the practices of robust inductive Bible study of the narrative texts of Scripture.
Jagerson, J. (2013). Hermeneutics and the Methods of Oral Bible Storytelling for the Evangelization and Discipleship of Oral Learners. Great Commission Research Journal, 4(2), 251-261. Retrieved from https://digitalarchives.apu.edu/gcrj/vol4/iss2/8