On books of the Bible
We have a range of resources that cover whole books of the Bible, to a variety of extents (do see the At a glance page to compare our notes).
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Guidelines is a unique Bible reading resource that offers four months of in-depth study, drawing on insights of current scholarship. The studies in Guidelines are arranged so that within each issue approximately a third of the time is spent on books in the New Testmanent, a third is spent on Old Testament books, and a third is thematic content with appropriate passages drawn from the whole of the Bible.
The People's Bible Commentary covers the whole Bible with an approach that presents scholarly insights in straightforward terms, aiming to instruct the head and also to warm the heart, and pointing to how the truths received can be applied personally.
It is a valuable resource for all who regularly preach scripture, for those wanting to venture deeper into personal Bible reading, and for study group leaders.
Where does evil come from? Why is it present in the world and within our own lives? Why do the innocent suffer and - too often - the powerful prevail? If there is a God and he is good, why is the world that he created constantly marred by conflict, war and natural disaster? Such huge questions, with which humanity has grappled since the very beginning, lie at the heart of Revelation, that mesmerising and often puzzling book of the Bible. In this book, David Winter takes us on a step-by-step journey through the apocalyptic and mysterious visions of Revelation.More info
Using the ancient tradition of lectio divina ('sacred reading'), this book leads us on a journey through John's Gospel, reflecting on the people and the events in the life of Jesus, as well as his teaching and prayers, which all combine to make this most carefully structured and lyrically written of Gospel accounts.More info Add to basket