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  • Bible Study Made Easy

    $6.99

    How can you dig deeper into the Bible? Enjoy a solid, easy-tounderstand overview of inductive Bible study with Rose’s Bible Study Made Easy.

    Featuring charts, simple summaries, and practical tips, this quick guide is a great introduction, going step-by-step through the basic principles of Bible study.

    Discover how to use concordances to easily navigate through the Bible, find out how to dig deeper with Bible dictionaries, and learn how to apply God’s word to your life through inductive Bible studies.

    It covers:
    * 7 “first steps” to take when beginning a Bible study
    * 8 basic principles of Bible study
    * Dozens of study tips and recommendations, including which key Bible verses, passages, and books of the Bible to explore
    * 3 keys to inductive Bible study and the S.O.I.L. four-step approach that explains how to dig deeper into the Bible

    Perfect for individual study, 1-on-1 discipleship, small groups, adult Sunday school classes, youth groups, and new believers’ classes!

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  • Books Of The Bible Made Easy

    $6.99

    Want a quick overview of the Bible? From Genesis through Revelation, get a handle on all 66 books of the Bible with this quick guide! Find information fast with its simple summaries, outlines, and charts!

    See what you need to know about all 66 books of the Bible at a glance! For each book of the Bible, it shows the name of the book, the author, topic, when it was written, purpose, and the key verse. Perfect for individual use, group Bible study, or adult Sunday school classes.

    Enjoy having these features at your fingertips:
    * Easy-to-understand overview on ALL 66 books of the Bible, answering key questions:
    -Who wrote the book?
    -When was it written?
    -Why was it written?
    -How is Jesus present?
    * Brief summaries
    * Basic outlines
    * Key Scripture verses
    * Introductions to each section of the Bible-Pentateuch, historical books, poetry & wisdom books, prophetic books, Gospels & Acts, and Epistles & Revelation-that allow you to see which books are grouped together and why.

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  • Readers Hebrew English Lexicon Of The Old Testament

    $34.99

    Few pastors continue to read their Hebrew Old Testament after seminary. One reason is that it is too time-consuming, since many words have to be looked up in the dictionary. The Reader’s Hebrew-English Lexicon of the Old Testament, now for the first time complete in one volume, enables the pastor and the student to read the Hebrew Old Testament with relative ease. Listed in sequence by chapter and verse are all words that occur fewer than fifty times in the Old Testament, complete with translation (based on Brown, Driver, and Briggs’ Lexicon) and numbers indicating how often the word occurs in the particular book and in the Old Testament as a whole. At the end of each entry is the page number in Brown, Driver, and Briggs’ Lexicon where a discussion of the word can be found. Appendixes list all Hebrew words occurring more than fifty times in the Old Testament and all Aramaic words occurring more than ten times.

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  • Misreading Scripture With Western Eyes

    $22.00

    Introduction: Coming To Terms With Our Cultural Blinders
    Part One: Above The Surface
    1. Serving Two Masters: Mores
    2. The Bible In Color: Race And Ethnicity
    3. Just Words? Language

    Part Two: Just Below The Surface
    4. Captain Of My Soul: Individualism And Collectivism
    5. Have You No Shame? Honor/Shame And Right/Wrong
    6. Sand Through The Hourglass: Time

    Part Three: Deep Below The Surface
    7. First Things First: Rules And Relationships
    8. Getting Right Wrong: Virtue And Vice
    9. Its All About Me: Finding The Center Of Gods Will

    Conclusion: Three Easy Steps For Removing Our Cultural Blinders?
    Acknowledgments
    Resources For Further Exploration
    Notes

    Additional Info
    What was clear to the original readers of Scripture is not always clear to us. Because of the cultural distance between the biblical world and our contemporary setting, we often bring modern Western biases to the text. For example: When Western readers hear Paul exhorting women to “dress modestly,” we automatically think in terms of sexual modesty. But most women in that culture would never wear racy clothing. The context suggests that Paul is likely more concerned about economic modesty–that Christian women not flaunt their wealth through expensive clothes, braided hair and gold jewelry.Some readers might assume that Moses married “below himself” because his wife was a dark-skinned Cushite. Actually, Hebrews were the slave race, not the Cushites, who were highly respected. Aaron and Miriam probably thought Moses was being presumptuous by marrying “above himself.”Western individualism leads us to assume that Mary and Joseph traveled alone to Bethlehem. What went without saying was that they were likely accompanied by a large entourage of extended family. Biblical scholars Brandon O’Brien and Randy Richards shed light on the ways that Western readers often misunderstand the cultural dynamics of the Bible. They identify nine key areas where modern Westerners have significantly different assumptions about what might be going on in a text. Drawing on their own crosscultural experience in global mission, O’Brien and Richards show how better self-awareness and understanding of cultural differences in language, time and social mores allow us to see the Bible in fresh and unexpected ways. Getting beyond our own cultural assumptions is increasingly important for being Christians in our interconnected and globalized world. Learn to read Scripture as a member of the global body of Christ.

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  • Look Whats Missing

    $12.99

    18 Chapters

    Additional Info
    Is Your Bible defective?

    If your Bible is not a King James Bible, it is probably missing words, phrases, and even verses. And these words, phrases and verses are important.

    How important are these missing words, phrases and verses and how can you know for sure whether your Bible is defective?

    That’s what this book will show you.

    In Part One you will see how important it is that your Bible shows you every single word of God, translated correctly into your language. Your Bible is seriously flawed when those words are missing. They are no longer the words of God. They are only the words of men.

    You will see how many of the newer Bibles have sneaky little notes that actually place doubt in what God said.

    Then you will learn what is really taught to your pastors, teachers and your children in Bible College. You will see for yourself why those students come out less sure of God s words and more filled with doubt.

    Many people have begun to see the errors in the NIV. But not only the NIV has errors. So Part Two will give you a quick overview of 15 of the best-known Bible versions, with a small sampling of what is missing in each of them.

    Part Three is a select list of 257 verses. It will show you which of those 40 Bible versions are missing important words, phrases and verses. You will be shocked.

    The point is simple. When you find out for yourself what is missing, and what is at stake, you will be ready and able to discern which Bible is God s words, and which are the devil s clever counterfeits.

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  • How To Study The Bible

    $11.99

    The Bible is the Word of life. As such, studying the Bible is crucial to the life and growth of every believer. In this revised work, John MacArthur examines various Scripture passages in the Old and New Testament to answer both the “why” and the “how” questions of Bible study. How to Study the Bible can be used alongside or apart from the audio series available from Grace to You in either a personal or group study. Unique features: -Corresponds with the audio message series available from Grace to You -Features revised content and study questions -For personal or group study use

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  • Where To Find Favorite Bible Verses Pamphlet

    $4.99

    Don’t have a photographic memory? Here are the most important verses in Scripture organized by topic. Perfect for people who do not remember the exact Bible reference for their favorite passage.
    Fits inside a Bible cover
    Unfolds to 38″ long.

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  • Standard Bible Dictionary

    $13.99

    What’s a phylactery? Who was Mephibosheth, and how do you pronounce his name? Get the answers to these questions and thousands more in this new dictionary from the editors of Standard Lesson Commentary(R). Includes more than 2,000 entries with the popular “how-to-say-it” pronunciation guide from the Standard Lesson Commentary(R) as well as definitions to enhance teaching and personal Bible study.

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  • Standard Bible Atlas

    $13.99

    All new resource from the editors of Standard Lesson Commentary(R) includes 31 newly drawn maps based on satellite imagery that bring to life the stories and lands of the Old Testament and New Testament. Designed with a teacher in mind, this new atlas also includes five additional reproducible maps a teacher can customize, plus 15 charts, chronologies, and timelines to further enrich learning.

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  • Complete Word Study Dictionary Old Testament

    $59.99

    The AMG Word Study series helps pastors, students, and laypeople gain access to God’s Word in its original languages. Completing the series, this dictionary features entries that include Strong’s numbering; the Hebrew or Aramaic word and its English transliteration; concordance information that lists every occurrence within the Old Testament; a translational reference; and more!

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  • Brown Driver Briggs Hebrew And English Lexicon (Revised)

    $39.95

    Contents

    Hebrew And English Lexicon
    Coded With Strong’s Concordance Numbers
    Total Pages 1185

    Additional Info
    A trio of eminent Old Testament scholars_Francis Brown, R. Driver, and Charles Briggs_spent over twenty years researching, writing, and preparing The Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon. Since it first appeared in the early part of the twentieth century, BDB has been considered the finest and most comprehensive Hebrew lexicon available to the English-speaking student. Based upon the classic work of Wilhelm Gesenius, the “father of modern Hebrew lexicography,” BDB gives not only dictionary definitions for each word, but relates each word to its Old Testament usage and categorizes its nuances of meaning. BDB’s exhaustive coverage of Old Testament Hebrew words, as well as its unparalleled usage of cognate languages and the wealth of background sources consulted and quoted, render BDB and invaluable resource for all students of the Bible._From the publisher’s preface

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  • Interpreting The Symbols And Types (Revised)

    $15.99

    The number seven, the color red, the tabernacle, the Morning Star . . . when symbols like these appear in Scripture, are Christians meant to understand them on more than one level? In this easy-to-use guide, Conner translates “the language of the divine” for believers seeking subtle shades of biblical meaning

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  • Thayers Greek English Lexicon Of The New Testament

    $29.95

    For over a century, Thayer’s has been lauded as one of the best New Testament lexicons available. Both accessible and thorough, it is a work suited for the student of New Testament Greek. Thayer’s provides dictionary definitions for each word and relates each word to its New Testament usage and categorizes its nuances of meaning. Its exhaustive coverage of New Testament Greek words, as well as its extensive quotation of extra-biblical word usage and the wealth of background sources consulted and quoted, render Thayer’s an invaluable resource.

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  • Jensens Survey Of The New Testament

    $39.99

    24 Chapterss

    Additional Info
    JENSEN’S SURVEY OF THE NEW TESTAMENT

    “All too often, students of New Testament survey read the instruction of others regarding the content of the Bible books but fail to spend time reading the Bible text for themselves. This book has been written to start the reader onto paths of study in each New Testament book, to search and discover for himself the great themes of each book.”

    The main purpose of this New Testament survey guide is to involve the reader personally in a first hand survey of the Bible text and to lead the reader into a time of personal reflection as he considers practical spiritual applications of the Bible book he has just studied.

    Important helps for study include opening paragraphs of each chapter that prepare the student for study, background information on each book, a survey of the content of each book, a discussion of the prominent subjects of the Bible book, identification of key words and verses, application suggestions, review questions, suggestions for further study, brief outlines of each book, selected reading lists, and complete survey charts.

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