Understanding the Bible, An Independent Baptist Commentary
September 10, 2009 (Fundamental Baptist Information Service, P.O. Box 610368, Port Huron, MI 48061, 866-295-4143, firstname.lastname@example.org; for instructions about subscribing and unsubscribing or changing addresses, see the information paragraph at the end of the article) -
This brand new professionally-produced 3-DVD video presentation is packed with graphics and video clips. It also contains extensive on-site research at the locations of these ancient churches in Turkey. The viewer will gain a deeper understanding of the conditions that existed in the Roman Empire in the days of the apostles when the first churches existed: the beautiful cities with wide colonnaded boulevards, the well-stocked libraries, the public baths with hot, warm, and cold running water, the lovely fountains, the countless marble statues, the gymnasiums, the theaters and stadiums with seating for thousands, the aqueducts, the Roman roads spanning the empire, the untold luxuries, the pagan idolatry permeating everything.
Updated September 25, 2008 (first published September 26, 2005) (Fundamental Baptist Information Service, P.O. Box 610368, Port Huron, MI 48061, 866-295-4143, email@example.com; for instructions about subscribing and unsubscribing or changing addresses, see the information paragraph at the end of the article) -
We are pleased to announce the second edition of the Understanding the Bible commentary set by Pastor David Sorenson, Northstar Baptist Church, Duluth, Minnesota.
Dr. Sorenson labored on this project for over ten years. He is a third-generation fundamental Baptist preacher who in preparation for this work has read the Bible through over 200 times. He is a pastor, church planter, soul winner, church builder, and a widely-read author whose writing style is eminently readable.
The 11-volume hardbound commentary set is 8,368 pages long.
The commentary is also available on a CD-ROM.
It is a new and refreshing commentary, conservative, solid, fundamentalist, and based on the King James Bible.
Understanding the Bible has one purpose: to help a reader understand the Word of God. It endeavors to give the sense of any given passage of Scripture and help a reader to understand the reading (Nehemiah 8:8).
Understanding the Bible was not written for scholars or academia but for pastors and Christian workers out on the firing line. Nevertheless, scholarship and accurate exposition of the Scriptures are intrinsic. Sunday School teachers, church staff, Christian school teachers, home schoolers, and any student of the Word of God will also find Understanding the Bible to be most helpful.
Understanding the Bible is unique in that it is:
Dispensational in theology
Pre-Trib Rapture Pre-millennial
King James/traditional-text based
Baptism by immersion
Six-day literal creation
Literal in hermeneutics
Concise style of writing
Discreet use of original languages
Tackles difficult passages
Comprehensive and expositional
Useful for pastors and laymen
In Distinction to:
Covenant/reformed in theology
Mid or post Trib Rapture Post or amillennial
Baptism by sprinkling
Theistic evolution or gap theory
Verbose or cryptic writing styles
None or overbearing use of original languages
Avoiding difficult passages
Technical, homiletical, or exhaustive
Useful only to academicians
Northstar Ministries 1820 West Morgan Street Duluth, MN 55811
218-726-0209 (voice), firstname.lastname@example.org (e-mail)
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