If you’re new to studying the Bible, chances are you’re unfamiliar with the types, tools, and techniques involved. In this concise overview, longtime Bible teacher Robert M. West offers practical guidance and encouragement as he discusses inductive method, word studies, commentaries, dictionaries, and concordances. Discover the joy of time spent in God’s Word! 96 pages, 6″ x 4″ softcover from Barbour.
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This is a scholarly translation of Enarrationes in Psalmos, St. Augustine’s lengthiest and possibly his most important exegetical work. The first volume covers Augustine’s notes and commentaries on Psalms 1 through 29, the second volume covers psalms 30-37. Augustine’s theme is the Church, less as on external institution than as the very locus and center [...]
by Matthew the Poor (Author), Monks from St. Macarius Monastery (Translator), Samuel Rubenson (Preface)
Sojourners: Monastic Letters and Spiritual Teachings from the Desert (Desert Wisdom) The secrets of the journey stipulate certain rules. We should always feel that we are sojourners, pilgrims seeking their eternal homeland. This feeling should not disappear from our heart, mind, or body for a single moment. We should cherish it both inwardly and outwardly, [...]
Old Testament: An Introduction : Historical Traditions: Volume 1 This revised edition of Paul Tarazi’s The Old Testament: An Introduction Historical Traditions takes into account twelve years of additional research. The way historical background is presented constitutes the biggest change: this book no longer includes a reconstruction of the ‘history of Israel.’ The author concludes [...]
Every year the church takes us on a great journey through Passion Week, with a vivid and sharp focus on our Lord Jesus Christ and His Passions on earth, from the victorious entry into Jerusalem to His climactic death on the Cross at Golgotha, and finally to His awesome and Glorious Resurrection. We are indeed [...]