The Bible is a book of many surprises. Not least of
these is that it contains accounts of research. In
a collection of 66 books mostly in Hebrew, Greek,
and some Aramaic, through more than 40 Holy
Spirit inspired authors, stretching over one and
a half millennia, God gives a special revelation
of Himself and His purposes for humanity. The
texts deal with or touch on subjects ranging
from history, literature and philosophy to health
and hygiene, prophecy, law, natural science and
the environment; and more. Across this wide
spectrum of content, no less than four distinct
instances of research conducted by individuals
can be identified; three in the Old Testament and
one in the New Testament.
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"Ecclesiastes as Research: Autoethnography Through a Rear-vision Mirror,"
TEACH Journal of Christian Education: Vol. 4
, Article 11.
Available at: https://research.avondale.edu.au/teach/vol4/iss2/11