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16 Books including commentaries and books on faith, evangelizing, and salvation!
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This Bundle includes the 16 books below:
At the Feet of the Master Teacher
by Daniel H. King, Sr.
This book examines Jesus as a teacher in comparison with his contemporaries. King's presentation of the teaching styles of Jesus' contemporaries demonstrates his mastery of that period of history and enlightens us in understanding how Jesus' methods worked.
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Original Commentary on Acts
by J. W. McGarvey
Written 1861–63, McGarvey’s study approaches Acts as an account of cases of conversion to Christ. The book is devastating against denominational ideas and stresses the biblical origin of such restoration concepts as apostolic examples.
297 pages. Hardback.
Faith And The Faith
by Roy E. Cogdill Men are saved by the grace of God when, and only when, they exercise their faith in ``the faith`` or in the gospel of Christ. That is the theme of this book. Great study for an in depth Bible class on faith. Chapter Titles: The Debt of Faith The Hearing of Faith The Spirit of Faith The Law of Faith The Obedience of Faith How Faith Purifies Walking By Faith The Failure of Faith Measuring the Temple The Victory of Faith Christianity Is Undenominational (1) Christianity Is Undenominational (2) *Biographical Sketch of Roy E. Cogdill 239 Pages. Paperback.
The Gospel Plan Of Salvation
by T. W. Brents
Superb presentation of the biblical perspective regarding the subjects misrepresented by Calvinists: predestination, election and reprobation, hereditary depravity, etc. Calvinist proof text is examined. The power of the gospel is readily seen in these studies on the new birth, faith, repentance, confession, baptism (what, who, why), the Holy Spirit, and the establishment and identity of the New Testament church. Excellent as a tool for study.
539 pages. Paperback.
Evangelizing in the 21st Century
by Charles G. Goodall
This book on personal evangelism is offered to those who have serious aspirations about doing personal evangelism in the 21st century. It delves deeply into the Biblical and historical backgrounds that gave rise to the subject. It is an analytical effort which will make you appreciate the author's more than fifty years in the field actively doing research in the subject. Thus, this treatise is not for the casual reader. This book is for those who can objectively appreciate the deductions the author draws from not only his own hands-on experience, but also from more than 130 peers he has researched and cited to draw his conclusions. You should be forewarned that the author will lay the axe to the root of most prior efforts in personal evangelism and explain why. He will not leave the reader hanging but will challenge him by outlining the path that he feels must be taken in the 21st century to fully accomplish the Lord's work.
The New Testament Book by Book
by Roy E. Cogdill
This book is designed to give the student an overall survey of the New Testament. This is a very thorough study for a survey-type book. It is an ideal study for high school age, but is equally good for adults who want to acquire an overall view of the New Testament. There is a great amount of material contained in each lesson and the teacher may find it difficult to cover in one class period, but it can be done. Teachers and students will enjoy using this book and profit from it for years to come.
198 pages. Workbook.
Zerr Commentary OT Vol. 1 HB
by E. M. Zerr
Written by a member of the church, this book is a Commentary on Genesis - Job. A concise commentary especially good for the person who is first engaging with understanding the Biblical text.
Zerr Commentary OT Vol. 2 HB
by E. M. Zerr
Written by a member of the church, this book is a Commentary on Psalms - Malachi. A concise commentary especially good for the person who is first engaging with understanding the Biblical text.
Classic Truth Commentary - 1 and 2 Samuel (HB)
by Bob Waldron
Excellent commentary that is easy to read and understand. This is written on a level that the average Christians can use and profit from in their study of God's Word, but also those wanting a more in-depth study will find this an excellent work.
Classic Truth Commentary - Jeremiah and Lamentations
by John Humphries
The commentary on Jeremiah and Lamentations was prepared only after having taught these two Books of the Bible many times over a forty year period. The commentary is written from the perspective that the Bible is the inspired, infallible, and complete Word of God. Furthermore, it is the author's conviction that the providential Hand of God has preserved His Word so that today, we have in the Bible (including Jeremiah and Lamentations) every truth that He intends for us to have.
The commentary is not filled with lengthy dissertations concerning the Hebrew original, but rather is intended for the edification of the non-technical student of the Word. Where a definition or discussion of a word or phrase in the Hebrew was deemed helpful, in the author's opinion, this was included. The commentary is sent forth with the fervent desire and humble prayer that it will be helpful, to all who will read it, in understanding what Jeremiah wrote concerning his generation and that the larger context of where the prophet's writings fit in with God's marvelous scheme of redemption will be better understood and appreciated.
588 pages, Hardback Edition.
Classic Truth Commentary - Minor Prophets 1 (HB)
- Historical Setting and Introduction-Bob Waldron
- Hosea-Bobby Graham
- Joel-Tom Hamilton
- Amos-Marc Gibson
- Obadiah-Mark Mayberry
- Jonah-Irvin Himmel
- Micah-Chris Reeves
924 Pages, Hardback.
Classic Truth Commentary - Minor Prophets 2 (HB)
- Nahum, Bob Waldron
- Habakkuk, James P. Needham
- Zephaniah, Steve Willis
- Haggai, Robert F. Harkrider
- Zechariah, Rick Billingsley
- Malachi, Tom Roberts
586 Pages, Hardback.
Classic Truth Commentary - Luke (HB)
by C.G. "Colly" Caldwell
Excellent commentary that is easy to read and understand. This is written on a level that the average Christians can use and profit from in their study of God`s Word, but also those wanting a more in-depth study will find this an excellent work. 1411 pages
Classic Truth Commentary - 1 Corinthians (HB)
by Mike Willis
This initial volume of the Truth Commentary set carefully examines the text and grapples with the passages that have troubled brethren in the past. Excellent commentary that is easy to read and understand. This is written on a level that the average Christians can use and profit from in their study of God's Word, but also those wanting a more in-depth study will find this an excellent work. This book can be bought individually or in the Truth Commentary set.
Classic Truth Commentary - 2 Corinthians (HB)
by Melvin Curry
In this commentary, the student of Scripture will find a careful interpretation of the biblical text. One will also profit from its critique of the social forces that influenced God’s people in the cosmopolitan city of Corinth. The author provides not only an introductory guide to 2 Corinthians but also a careful verse-by-verse analysis. He draws from the best works of those who have preceded him. And he supplements their contributions with a knowledge and wisdom acquired from decades of teaching this great book in college classrooms and preaching it from pulpits throughout the land. The Truth Commentary on Second Corinthians will enrich your personal library.
492 pages, Hardback Edition.
Classic Truth Commentary - 1 and 2 Thessalonians (HB)
by Walton Weaver
All Truth Commentaries are written by members of the church of Christ who have served as Gospel preachers. The Editor of the Guardian of Truth Foundation and Truth Magazine, Mike Willis, reviews each work before printing.
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