In this keynote address at the 2012 Interdisciplinary Colloquium, held at McKenna Chapel on the Kentucky Campus of Asbury Theological Seminary, October 12, 2012, David Bauer examines the history and development of inductive biblical study within its English-speaking environment. In addition, he proposes ways in which this approach can be understood in postcolonial environments as a way to open the methodology of Inductive Bible Study to a larger global audience.
Bauer, David R.
"Inductive Biblical Study: History, Character, and Prospects in a Global Environment,"
The Asbury Journal:
1, p. 6-35.
Available at: http://place.asburyseminary.edu/asburyjournal/vol68/iss1/3