Philippians is a letter written by the apostle Paul (1:1). The recipients of the letter are clearly identified: “the saints in Christ Jesus in Philippi, together with the overseers and deacons” (1:1). Acts 16:11-40 details how Paul preached […]Read More
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Galatians is a letter written by the apostle Paul (1:1) to “the churches in Galatia” (1:2). The Galatian people were Gauls (also known as Celts) who had emigrated from Western Europe to Asia Minor (modern day Turkey) in […]Read More
The book of Joshua is a book of new things: it features a new leader, a new generation of Israel, and a new land. Following their deliverance from Egypt under Moses, that generation of Israel did not trust God […]Read More
The book of Genesis is foundational to understanding the rest of the Old Testament, and indeed, the entire Bible. Here we find answers to the fundamental questions of life: What kind of world do we live in? What […]Read More
The Book of Romans covers many subjects and themes, but the most obvious is the Gospel. Paul introduces his theme in Romans 1:16-17, speaking of the Gospel as “the power of God for the salvation of everyone who believes”.
This set of studies covers each of the sixteen chapters of Romans using the Manuscript study method.Read More
The book of Samuel marks the end of the period of the Judges, a time when “Israel had no king, and everyone did as they saw fit”. While the picture of corruption of the nation and the priesthood is discouraging, the key to the story, as ever in Scripture, is the activity of God.Read More