Sort by: Latest bookmarks | Latest comments
Mark LifeGuide Bible Study
In the New Testament Gospel of Mark, we meet Jesus, the man who is King. But this king comes to serve--not to be served. He eats with sinners rather than royalty. His crown is made of thorns instead of gold. This study guide introduces you to the compassionate, suffering, astonishing king who calls us to follow him.
Galatians: a Bible Study
How can I experience the freedom found in Christ? This study, which covers the entire book of Galatians, will help you see the bondage of man's sinful nature and explain the freedom provided by Christ Jesus--a freedom that will satisfy, when nothing else does.
The Bible books laid out as a chemistry periodic table
You may be familiar with the chemistry periodic table, which lays out all the elements in relation to each other. Tim Challies has placed all the books of the Bible in a similar layout, and given people the freedom to reuse or publish it in any way.
The IVP Bible Dictionary Series
Unique among reference books on the Bible, the volumes of the IVP Bible Dictionary Series bridge the gap between scholars and those pastors, teachers, students and lay people desiring in-depth treatment of select topics in an accesible and summary format. Articles cover traditional and contemporary topics, including cross-sectional themes, methods of interpretation, significant historical or cultural background, and each Old and New Testament book as a whole.
N. T. Wright for Everyone Bible Study Guides
With a scholar's mind and a pastor's heart, Tom Wright walks you through the New Testament in these guides designed especially with everyday readers in mind. Perfect for group use or daily personal reflection, these studies use the popular inductive method combined with Wright's thoughtful insights to bring contemporary application of Scripture to life.
New testament - a Christian perspective
The New Testament (or "new covenant") is the covenant that Jesus has mediated between God and man. Through this new covenant, Christ pays for our sins and we receive salvation. This new covenant takes the place of the Old Testament, in which all people stood condemned by the law for their sin.
This introduction to the book of Matthew reports on the title, author, outline, and date of writing .Matthew’s main purpose is to prove to his Jewish readers that Jesus is their Messiah. He does this primarily by showing how Jesus in his life and ministry fulfilled the OT Scriptures.
This introduction to the book of Revelation reports on the author, date, occasion, purpose, literary form, distinctive features, interpretation, and outlink. For an adequate understanding of Revelation, the reader must recognize that it is a distinct kind of literature. Revelation is apocalyptic, a kind of writing that is highly symbolic. Although its visions often seem bizarre to the Western reader, fortunately the book provides a number of clues for its own interpretation.
This introduction to the book of Jude reports on the author, date, occasion, purpose, and outline. From the NIV Study Bible, Introductions. Although Jude was very eager to write to his readers about salvation, he felt that he must instead warn them about certain immoral men circulating among them who were perverting the grace of God.