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True Woman 201
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Having a talented designer come in and create a new look for a home or restaurant is a popular topic of TV reality shows. These renovation shows are a great illustration for the object of this study. The Lord is the ultimate Designer. And He has a divine design for womanhood. He wants to come in and do a radical renovation of your heart. He wants to change you from the inside out. If you let Him, He’ll give you an extreme makeover . . . a brand new interior design.
In 201, we’ll turn to the New Testament, to the book of Titus, to focus on some important elements of redeemed womanhood. Each week of this True Woman 201 study examines one of the ten design elements of womanhood drawn from the Titus 2. The weeks are each divided into five lessons leading to a group time of sharing and digging deeper into God’s Word.
Gospel In The Marketplace Of Ideas (Student/Study Guide)
1. Welcome To Athens
2. Was Paul’s Speech At Athens A Mistake?
3. Paul’s Athens
4. Our Athens
5. Paul’s Speech In Acts
6. Paul’s Audience
7. Paul’s Gospel For The Educated
8. The Art Of Persuasion
9. Acting On The Truth
10. Going To Our Own Mars Hill
Resources For Further Reading
Study Questions For Group Discussion
Our world is multi-cultural, multi-religious, multi-philosophical. It ranges from fundamental monotheism to do-it-yourself spirituality to strident atheism. How can we authentically and effectively present the message of Jesus the Messiah in such a pluralistic and often relativistic context? When Paul visited Athens, as told in the book of Acts, he found an equally multi-cultural and multi-religious setting. From Jews to Gentiles, elite to poor, slaves to slave owners, from olive-skinned Gentiles to dark-skinned Ethiopians–the Greco-Roman world was a dynamic mixture. Religions practices were also wide and varied, with the Imperial cult of Emperor worship being the most prominent. Many also frequented the temples for the traditional Greek pantheon, and participated in the secret rituals of the Mystery Religions. Philosopher Paul Copan and New Testament scholar Kenneth Litwak team up to show how Paul’s example found in Acts 17 provide a practical model that still fits today. They uncover the cultural and religious background of this key episode in the Apostle’s career. With equal facility they show what it means for us who live in an age of competing beliefs and value systems.
New Covenant Ministry Of The Holy Spirit
He is our Helper, Comforter, and Counselor, and without Him we cannot live the Christian life. Yet His role in believers’ lives is at the heart of one of the church’s most difficult and controversial issues.
It’s significantly easier to recognize that the Day of Pentecost changed the role of the Holy Spirit in the lives of God’s people than to clearly identify how that role changed. At times the biblical data seems puzzling, and scholars have often confused the scriptural teaching about the Holy Spirit by isolating Bible verses from their context and elevating experience over doctrine.
In this revised edition of The New Covenant Ministry of the Holy Spirit, Larry Pettegrew does thorough and careful exegesis to build an accurate and meaningful biblical theology of the Holy Spirit. The author is also careful to emphasize genuine spirituality by including a discussion of the filling, fruit, and gifts of the Holy Spirit.
Anxious For Nothing
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So many things to worry about and so little time to worry! Christians obviously are not immune to the troubles of life, and when troubles do come, we’re urged to rise above them and experience peace that passes understanding. But how, in day-to-day life, does that really happen?
While numerous books have been written on overcoming anxiety, Anxious for Nothing goes beyond pop psychology’s temporary cures by returning us to our only true source of comfort and victory: Scripture.
Designed for the pastor and Bible teacher, this series brings together commentary features rarely gathered together in one volume. Written by notable evangelical scholars, each volume in the Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament series treats the literary context and structure of the passage in the original Greek. The series consistently provides the main point, an exegetical outline, verse-by-verse commentary, and theology in application in each section of every commentary. Critical scholarship informs each step but does not dominate the commentary, allowing readers to concentrate on the biblical author’s message as it unfolds. While primarily designed for those with a basic knowledge of biblical Greek, all who strive to understand and teach the New Testament will find these books beneficial. The ZECNT series covers the entire New Testament in twenty volumes; Clinton E. Arnold serves as general editor. In this volume, Clinton Arnold offer pastors, students, and teachers a focused resource for reading Ephesians. Through the use of graphic representations of translations, succinct summaries of main ideas, exegetical outlines and other features, Arnold present Paul’s epistle to the Ephesians with precision and accuracy. Because of this series’ focus on the textual structure of the scriptures, readers will better understand the literary elements of Ephesians, comprehend the author’s revolutionary goals, and ultimately discovering their vital claims upon the church today.
Jesus And The Gospels 2nd Edition
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This second edition of Jesus and the Gospels prepares readers for an inten- sive study of Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and the events they narrate. Craig Blomberg considers the historical context of the Gospels and sheds light on the confusing interpretations brought forth over the last two centuries. The origi- nal 1997 book won a Gold Medallion Award from the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association, and this updated version, factoring in new scholarship, debate, critical methods, and the ongoing quest of the historical Jesus, ensures the work will remain a top tool for exploring the life of Christ through the first four books of the New Testament.
Knowing Scripture (Revised)
Table Of Contents
1. Why Study The Bible
The Clarity Of Scripture
The Problem Of Motivation
The Biblical Basis For Bible Study
The Bible As Revelation
Theory And Practice
The Sensuous Christian
A Matter Of Duty
2. Personal Bible Study And Private Interpretation
Martin Luther And Private Interpretation
Objectivity And Subjectivity
The Role Of The Teacher
3. Hermeneutics: The Science Of Interpretation
The Analogy Of Faith
Interpreting The Bible Literally
Literal Interpretation And Genre Analysis
The Problem Of Metaphor
The Medieval Quadriga
The Grammatical-Historical Method
Authorship And Dating
4. Practical Rules For Biblical Interpretation
Rule 1. Read The Bible Like Any Other Book
Rule 2. Read The Bible Existentially
Rule 3. Interpret The Historical Narratives By The Didactic
Rule 4. Interpret The Implicit By The Explicit
Rule 5. Determine Carefully The Meaning Of Words
Rule 6. Note The Presence Of Parallelisms
Rule 7. Note The Difference Between Proverb And Law
Rule 8. Observe The Difference Between The Spirit And The Letter Of The Law
Rule 9. Be Careful With Parables
Rule 10. Be Careful With Predictive Prophecy
Rule 11. Interpret The Bible With A Spirit Of Humility
5. Culture And The Bible
Cultural Conditioning And The Bible
Cultural Conditioning And The Reader
Principle And Custom
6. Practical Tools For Bible Study
The King James Bible
Concordances, Bible Dictionaries And Atlases
What About Greek And Hebrew?
Bible Reading Program For Beginners
In this revised edition of his classic, R. C. Sproul helps us dig out the meaning of Scripture for ourselves. He lays the groundwork by discussing why we should study the Bible and how our own personal study relates to interpretation.
Gods High Calling For Women
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The subject of women in the church is both important and controversial-John MacArthur is not afraid of either. In this revised work, MacArthur examines what the Bible teaches in I Timothy 2:9-15. He discusses topics ranging from the attitude and appearance of women to their role in and contribution to the church. God’s High Calling for Women can be used alongside or apart from the audio series available from Grace to You in either a personal or group study.
-Corresponds with the audio message series available from Grace to You
-Features revised content and study questions
-For personal or group study use
Historical Reliability Of The Gospels (Reprinted)
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Are the Gospels trustworthy as history? Dr. Blomberg describes this century’s ”search for the historical Jesus” and the faulty presuppositions that led to mistaken conclusions about Him. He discusses problems in the miracle stories and alleged inconsistencies. And he provides scholarly criteria for evaluating the Gospels.
New International Dictionary Of New Testament Theology (Abridged)
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This abridgment of Colin Brown’s original fourvolume work is arranged with its entries in Greek alphabet order, which makes it easy to find the discussion of a particular word. All Greek words are transliterated into English and linked with their GoodrickKohlenberger numbers. This book was formerly titled The NIV Theological Dictionary of New Testament Words. Now it has been reset in double columns and wider margins. EDITOR: Dr. Verlyn Verbrugge
Attitudes Of A Transformed Heart (Student/Study Guide)
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Christians and non-Christians alike often embrace a low view of God, and consequently a casual view of sin and Scripture. This low view of God is reflected in their attitudes about God, their attitudes about Scripture, and their attitudes of the heart. This book is about being transformed by the renewing of your mind and not being conformed to this world (Romans 12:2).
Your Heart is who you are on the inside. It is what you think, your motives, and your desires. Our hearts have been conformed to the world’s way of thinking. Paul wrote, And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind… (Romans 12:2). It takes grace from God and work on our part for our minds to be transformed to think God-honoring thoughts and to truly discern unbiblical philosophies.
If you have a teachable heart, this book will help you truly honor God by what you think. Study questions are at the end of each chapter.
Dictionary Of New Testament Background
2001 GOLD MEDALLION WINNER
The final volume in InterVarsity’s landmark Dictionary series! A library of scholarship in summary form, this study encompasses the full scope of Jewish and Greco-Roman cultures, and features articles on such topics as the Dead Sea Scrolls and second-temple Jewish writings. Extensive bibliographies and cross-references to other volumes in the series makes this an indispensable resource.
Playing With Fire
1. Reading The Bible Is Playing With Fire
2. Don’t We Have To Be Informed To Be Transformed
3. Seeing From The Top Down Changes From The Bottom Up
4. Ingesting The Fire Inflames The Soul
5. God Has A Plan For Our Life The Old Testament Narratives And Histories
6. The Law Good Boundaries Make Good Neighbors
7. Teach Our Souls To Sing The Psalms
8. Oh To Be Wise Proverbs And The Wisdom Literature
9. The Prophets Return To A Heart For God And People
10. Be Discipled By Jesus The Gospels
11. The Book Of Acts Discover Our Purpose In The World
12. The Epistles Live Purposefully In Community With God’s People
13. Live Expectantly In Light Of The End Revelation
For the reader who equates reading the Bible to watching grass grow, Playing With Fire shows them how powerful and exciting scripture can be. Walt Russell teaches us how to study different sections of the Bible in ways that change reader’s perception of God’s word and transforms their lives. This material has been used in Russell’s college courses with life-changing results. He gives detailed examples for studying each section of the Bible and helps readers refine their ability to read and interpret it, providing the essential tools for unlocking the meaning of God’s Word. This is part of the NavPress Spiritual Formation Line which focuses on bringing radical soul transformation rather than outward conformity to the ordinary Christian.
Hard Sayings Of Jesus
257 Pages/70 Chapters
HARD SAYINGS OF JESUS
Like his original hearers many people today find Jesus’ sayings hard. Some sayings are hard because they are difficult to understand, others because the demands they make on us are only too clear.
F. F. Bruce examines seventy of the hard sayings of Jesus to clear away the cultural and historical difficulties which keep us from grappling with the real challenge of Jesus’ message. Evident in each chapter is Bruce’s keen evangelical scholarship and pastoral insight.
Atonement : Its Meaning And Significance
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Why is the cross the crux of Christianity? What are the meaning and significance of the atonement? The Bible uses a host of terms to illuminate the answers to these questions: covenant, sacrifice, the Day of Atonement, Passover, redemption, reconciliation, propitiation, justification. In plain English Leon Morris explains each of these words, thus opening up for students, pastors and teachers the fuller biblical dimension of God’s great salvation.