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  • SDA International Bible Commentary Genesis


    The book of Genesis has been called “the most important book ever written.” As the first book of the Bible, it not only contains or anticipates all the biblical truths, it is also the book that, more than any other biblical book, has impacted the whole of Scripture, and theology at large. Without the book of Genesis, the Bible would be incomprehensible.

    According to author Jacques Doukhan, DHL, ThD, “The book of Genesis is…the ideal place to start our study, not only because it will help us understand our origins and destination, but also because it teaches us how to engage with and reach out to others. In the process we will be surprised by a God of love and mercy, whose first revelation is reported in the book of Genesis.”

    This book is our first introduction to the upcoming Seventh-day Adventist International Bible Commentary. This volume, like the “first fruits” offering of Scripture, gives us a taste of what is to come as well as a promise that it is coming soon.

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  • Thoughts From The Mount Of Blessing


    The Sermon the Mount has been called ‘The Manifesto of the King’ and ‘The Magna Carta of the Kingdom.’ It is the essence of the teaching of Jesus presented to His disciples.

    To those who heard it on the hill overlooking Galilee it had an immediate impact. In some respects it was revolutionary, overturning accepted ideas. It packs a powerful punch today, especially as it is expounded in this classic by Ellen White.

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  • Exploring Romans


    Romans is one of the few books in the New Testament that was not composed as a pastoral response to specific, localized problems. Instead this letter was written primarily to challenge and ultimately correct widespread misunderstandings about Christianity held by mid-first-century believers. Some of these beliefs are embraced even now, and the careful study of this letter to believers whom Paul had not yet met is vital to every sincere Christian.

    Paul’s central focus in Romans is the means of obtaining salvation. Point by point, he systematically builds his case by articulating who needs salvation and why, the role of the law, God’s response to the sin problem, resolution of the legal issues presented by sin, and the effect each has on the Christian’s life.

    This devotional commentary divides the entire text into short passages that are followed by a detailed, user-friendly exegetical explanation and practical application to everyday life. The lives of such men as Martin Luther and John Wesley, whose writings helped shape Western history, were changed by the study of Romans. It will change your life as well.

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  • Exploring The Letters Of John And Jude


    The letters of John and Jude are a wake-up call. False teachers had infiltrated the church and introduced secular reasoning in place of apostolic teachings. John and Jude wrote to their congregations not only to warn the faithful against the impostors, but to emphasize true spirituality in the face of error and apostasy.

    It’s no surprise, then, that these four letters are of the utmost relevance to Christians today. John’s first and second letters deal with issues central to a genuine Christian faith and life, while the third provides a snapshot of the dynamics of at least one congregation in the A.D. 90s. Jude confronts many of the same issues in his letter, including the immorality that results from a denial of Christ.

    This user-friendly devotional commentary divides the entire text of these four letters into bite-sized passages using a new translation by the author. Each passage is followed by the exegetical meaning as well as the practical application for the lives of twenty-first-century believers. Small study groups and individuals alike will benefit from this format and better understand God’s timely and very personal message.

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  • Commentary On Daniel And Revelation


    This verse-by-verse commentary on the book of Daniel represents the labors of a group of contributors and is made available in textbook form for use in our Seventh-day Adventist colleges.

    Commentary on Daniel and Revelation is taken from the two corresponding volumes of The Seventh-day Adventist Bible Commentary and the paging is the same as that in the Commentary.

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  • New Testament Text And Translation Commentary


    Tyndale House Print On Demand Title

    This commentary is especially useful for pastors and teachers who know that the members of their audiences use a variety of different English versions. It is also a helpful tool for serious students of the Bible, including laypeople and seminary students. In addition to this passage-by-passage commentary, the reader is introduced to the art of textual criticism, its importance for studying the New Testament, and the challenges translators of English versions face.

    Presented in a clear, easy to read manner. All major English translations are surveyed and tabulated.

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  • Pentateuch


    SKU (ISBN): 9780784719046Compiled by: Douglas RedfordBinding: Cloth TextPublished: June 2008Standard Reference LibraryPublisher: Christian Standard Media LLC – No Active Product

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  • Lamb Gods Greatest Gift


    Trustworthy commentaries on Revelation are almost non-existent. Here’s a high quality commentary for earth’s last generation. The reader will find this intellectually stimulating and find love for the Lord Jesus quickened.

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  • Exploring Galatians And Ephesians


    Galatians focuses on justification by faith as the basis of Christian liberty, and ends with a discussion of Christian ethics (since we have been justified, how shall we then live?). Ephesians says even more about holy living, focusing on the grace of God that not only provides individual salvation but brings the redeemed together into a new community in Christ, the church, and empowers us in the cosmic struggle between good and evil. Both books tell us how we are saved in Christ, how to walk with Him in daily life, and how to live together as Christians. And both will transform us as we let the Holy Spirit speak through them.

    This user-friendly devotional commentary divides the text of Galatians and Ephesians into bit-sized passages, using a new translation by the author. Each passage is followed by an explanation that reveals themes and patterns, moving from exegesis to practical application in the lives of twenty-first-century believers. The format will prove helpful for church study groups and midweek meetings, equipping the reader to understand better God’s message of transforming grace today.

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  • Exploring Mark : A Devotional Study


    Mark for Contemporary Christians

    It was the worst of times. The believers faced the atrocities of an emperor gone mad. They were burned alive. Torn apart. Amid Roman horror, Mark decided the church needed some good news.

    No one had ever written a Gospel before. Later Gospels enhance the picture, but Mark set the mold. Other Gospels focus more on Jesus’ teaching; but in Mark, the Man of Action marches rapidly through the Jewish milieu of first-century Palestine-all the way to the cross.

    And now George Knight brings Mark’s world down to ours with a user-friendly devotional commentary that goes behind the scenes and, with a new translation, unfolds the rich tapestry of Mark for contemporary Christians.

    Mark’s Jesus demanded secrecy on the part of His disciples. But He also said, “Whatever is hidden is meant to be disclosed” (Mark 4:22, NIV). In this commentary Mark’s secrets about Jesus are revealed to enlarge the searching mind and bless the seeking heart.

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  • Exploring Hebrews : A Devotional Commentary


    Based on a New Original Translation!

    The book of Hebrews explains what Jesus has been doing for Christians since His ascension, and why it matters now. Its bracing message of confidence in God and His promises has motivated millions to persevere in the faith. In this user-friendly devotional commentary author George Knight leads readers, step by step, through one of the most relevant books in the Bible.

    The author draws out the original meaning of the text, then shows how it applies to modern life. The reader will be left with not only an understanding of the major themes and patterns of the book, but a bolder vision of God. “The study of Hebrews,” claims author George Knight, “has changed my life. It will change yours, too.”

    Now you can download an 86 page study guide to print out that will help you with your study of Exploring Hebrews.Click on the link in the title bar to view and print the study guide.

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  • SDA 6 : Acts-Ephesians


    Verse by verse commentary on Acts, Romans, 1 & 2 Corinthians, Galatians, and Ephesians, plus
    the text of the King James Version. Also includes articles on The Early Christian Church;
    Roman History in New Testament Times; Chronology of the Acts and Pauline Epistles, plus
    Ellen G. White’s Comments, 12 tables and illustrations, and 19 maps.

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  • SDA 5 : Matthew-John


    Verse by verse commentary on Mathew, Mark, Luke and John, plus the text of the King James
    Version. Also includes articles on The Period Between the Testaments; The Jews of the Fist
    Christian Century; Ancient Jewish Literature; The Language, Manuscripts, and Canon of the
    New Testament; ”Lower” and ”Higher” Biblical Criticism; The Fourfold Gospel Narrative; and
    A Basis for New Testament Chronology, plus Ellen G. White’s Comments, 28 tables and
    illustrations, and 20 maps.

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  • SDA 4 : Isaiah-Malachi


    This volume includes a verse by verse commentary on Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel, Daniel, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Mica, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi, the text of the King James Version, Ellen G. White’s Comments, 7 tables and illustrations, and 17 maps. It also includes the following general articles:
    The Chronology of the Old Testament Prophets
    The Role of Israel in Old Testament Prophecy
    History of the Interpretation of Daniel

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  • SDA 3 : 1 Chronicles-Song Of Solomon


    Verse by verse commentary on 1 & 2 Chronicles, Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther, Job, Psalms,
    Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Song of Solomon, plus the text of the King James Version. Also
    includes articles on The Poetry of the Bible, Musical Instruments of the Ancient Hebrews, The
    Ancient World From 586 to 400 B.C.; Chronology of Exile and Restoration, plus Ellen G.
    White’s Comments, 5 tables and illustrations, and 16 maps.

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  • SDA 2 : Joshua-2 Kings


    Verse by verse commentary on Joshua, Judges, Ruth, 1 & 2 Samuel, and 1 & 2 Kings, plus the
    text of the King James Version. Also includes articles on The Ancient World From c. 1400 to
    586 BC; The Hebrew Calendar in Old Testament Times; Bible Chronology From Exodus to
    Exile, plus Ellen G. White’s Comments, 11 tables and illustrations, and 22 maps.

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  • SDA 1 : Genesis-Deuteronomy


    Verse by verse commentary on Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, and Deuteronomy, plus the text of
    the King James Version. Also includes articles on The Language, Manuscripts, and Canon of the
    Old Testament; The Creationist Model of Origins; Genesis and Geology; Archeology and the
    Recovery of Ancient History; The Historical Background of the Patriarchal Period; Daily Life in
    the Patriarchal Age; Weights, Measures, and Money Values in the Old Testament; The Names of
    God in the Old Testament; The Chronology of Early Bible History, plus Ellen G. White’s
    Comments, and 28 maps, charts and illustrations.

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  • SDA 7 : Philippians-Revelation


    This volume contains a verse by verse commentary on Philippians, Colossians, 1 & 2 Thessalonians, 1 & 2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon, Hebrews, James, 1 & 2 Peter, 1, 2, & 3 John, Jude, and Revelation, the text of the King James Version, Ellen G. White’s Comments, 6 tables and illustrations, and 11 maps. It also includes the following general articles:
    The Medieval Church
    The Reformation and Onward
    John and the Isle of Patmos
    The Seven Churches of Revelation
    History of the Interpretation of the Apocalypse

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  • Thoughts From The Mount Of Blessing


    SKU (ISBN): 9780828015219Ellen WhiteBinding: Trade PaperPublished: June 2000Publisher: Pacific Press Publishing Association

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  • Exploring Ecclesiastes And Song Of Solomon


    In this expanding set the reader is taken, step by step, through some of the most relevant books of the Bible. The format makes these books perfect for individual study, small groups, or midweek meetings. Free study guides are available online.

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