The NIV Harmony of the Gospels

Author: Stanley N. Gundry

Publisher: HarperOne

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 352

View: 530

The classic Robertson/Broadus Harmony of the Gospels, newly revised for students of the New International Version.

A Harmony of the Four Gospels

The New International Version

Author: Orville E. Daniel

Publisher: Baker Books

ISBN:

Category: Bibles

Page: 224

View: 236

An easy-to-use harmony of the four Gospels, featuring one main story line in bold type.

The NIV Harmony of the Gospels

With Explanations and Essays, Using the Text of the New International Version : a Revised Edition of the John Broadus and A.T. Robertson Harmony of the Gospels

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Bible

Page: 341

View: 576

HCSB Harmony of the Gospels

Author: Kendell H. Easley

Publisher: B&H Publishing Group

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 400

View: 233

HCSB Harmony of the Gospels is a standard, four-column synchronized reading of the Gospels based on the work of John A. Broadus and A.T. Robertson. In addition to the harmony itself, articles are included to address issues that arise when one compares the four Gospels and seeks to give a harmonized account of the life and teachings of Jesus. Designed for pastors, lay Bible teachers, professors, and students, this edition also features eight four-color maps that illuminate Christ’s life and ministry plus the full text of the four Gospels from the Holman Christian Standard Bible® translation.

NIV Study Bible, eBook

Author: Zondervan,

Publisher: Zondervan

ISBN:

Category: Bibles

Page: 2560

View: 492

Dive into a deeper study of God’s Word with the comprehensive NIV Study Bible The beloved NIV Study Bible features a stunning four-color interior with full-color photographs, maps, charts, and illustrations that bring the stories of the Bible to life. The in-depth notes are coded to highlight items of special interest in the areas of character study, archaeology, and personal application. This NIV Bible provides you with just the right amount of study information, placed in in just the right locations, to answer your most pressing questions about God's Word and how it connects to your life today. Since its first release in 1985, the Gold Medallion Award-winning NIV Study Bible has become the treasured and trusted companion of over nine million Bible readers. Referred to daily by pastors, students, church leaders, and other Bible readers around the world, the over-20,000 NIV Study Bible notes are the handiwork of the same translation team that produced this Bible’s text. Like no other Bible, the NIV Study Bible places an entire resource library for Bible study in your hands. Features: Complete text of the accurate, readable, and clear New International Version (NIV) Over 20,000 study notes, with icons to make important information easy to spot Introductions and outlines provide valuable background information for each book of the Bible In-text maps, charts, diagrams, and illustrations visually clarify the stories in the Bible 16 pages of full-color maps plus time lines and presentation page NIV concordance plus subject and study notes indexes ebook has been optimized for reading on color screens, but will still function effectively on other device

Conversion and Discipleship

You Can't Have One without the Other

Author: Bill Hull

Publisher: Zondervan

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 256

View: 585

Discipleship occurs when someone answers the call to learn from Jesus how to live his or her life as though Jesus were living it. The end result is that the disciple becomes the kind of person who naturally does what Jesus did. How the church understands salvation and the gospel is the key to recovering a biblical theology of discipleship. Our doctrines of grace and salvation, in some cases, actually prevent us from creating an expectation that we are to be disciples of Jesus. A person can profess to be a Christian and yet still live under the impression that they don’t need to actually follow Jesus. Being a follower is seen as an optional add-on, not a requirement. It is a choice, not a demand. Being a Christian today has no connection with the biblical idea that we are formed into the image of Christ. In this ground-breaking new book, pastor and author Bill Hull shows why our existing models of evangelism and discipleship fail to actually produce followers of Jesus. He looks at the importance of recovering a robust view of the gospel and taking seriously the connection between conversion—answering the call to follow Jesus—and discipleship—living like the one we claim to follow.

A Defense for the Chronological Order of Luke’s Gospel

The Meaning of “Orderly” (kathexes) Account in Luke 1:3

Author: Benjamin W. W. Fung

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 312

View: 814

For decades scholars have reached no consensus on the writing order of Luke's gospel. The author, through a thorough study of the word "orderly" in Luke 1:3; a comparison of Luke's writing methodologies with those of the Greco-Roman historians; and a detailed investigation of the differences in the narrative accounts among the Synoptic Gospels, concludes that Luke writes in chronological order. The author also explains how Luke has employed writing methodologies commonly used by Greco-Roman historians to write the prefaces in Luke-Acts and divide the Gospel into sections, and the implications of these writing methodologies on Luke's writing order. He explicates the possible reasons behind the differences in the writing style between the "travel" section (9:52b to 19:44) and the rest of the Gospel, proposes the central theme of Luke-Acts, and assesses the possible implications for accepting Luke's chronological writing order on biblical studies.

A Look at the Book

Author: Charles R. Swindoll

Publisher: W Publishing Group

ISBN:

Category: Bible

Page: 143

View: 733

The goal of this study is to gain an overall perspective of the Bible and to understand its flow and how each part relates to the other.

A Simplified Harmony of the Gospels

Author: George W. Knight

Publisher: Holman Reference

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 267

View: 989

The four gospels woven into a single running narrative featured in HCSB translation.

Lord, Let Me Die on the Battlefield

Author: Hilda Sloan Johnson

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 124

View: 851

The Harmony of the Gospels in Rhyming Verse is a chronological record of the life, death, resurrection and ascension of Jesus Christ. The book is an epic poem that contains divisions and sub divisions. Each incident is accompanied by the reference texts in which the event is recorded by any or all of the gospel writers: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. The reader will also find a table for locating any passage in the Harmony, so that a preacher or teacher can use poetry to supplement a gospel passage with a rhyming parallel to enrich his exegesis. The Chronology and the divisions of the poem are based upon the work of the renowned John A Broadus and his student, A. T. Robertson, whose publications date back to 1893 and 1903 respectively. They printed all four gospels, skillfully arranged in parallel columns, in order to portray the course and development of Christ's life and ministry. The NIV Harmony of the Gospels is a revised Edition of their work, edited by Robert L. Thomas and Stanley N. Gundry. By adopting the outline of these scholars, Rev. Taylor has combined the four parallel columns into the most ancient form that harmonists have used. Tatian, who lived about A.D. 170, wove the four gospels into one continuous narrative called the Diatesseron.. Scores of harmonists, especially since the Protestant reformation, have followed in his steps. Although his work is done in the Diatesseron mode, Pastor Taylor's book is unique in that it is an epic poem, written in rhyming verse. V Bible scholars have noted that eighty to ninety percent of Jesus' words were originally in poetic form. This does not mean that they were in rhyming verse, but the meter, balanced lines, parallelism and so forth, created a great memory help. Since most of these qualities have been lost when the Greek text has been translated into the English language, a paraphrase in rhyming verse provides a similar aid for memory enhancement. Christian missionaries have reached the most remote tribes to translate the Scriptures into foreign languages. This book represents an effort to translate the story of Jesus into a different language, the poetic language of rhyming verse. It is an English paraphrase. It is a restatement of the life of Jesus, found in the four gospels and unified in a sequential poem. Harmony of the Gospels In Rhyming verse An Epic poem on the Life Of Jesus Christ, by Roland S. Taylor "Looking at the book I'm amazed at the amount of work you have done in order to place the gospel content in a poetic mode. As an individual who found poetry and meter extremely baffling, far more difficult to understand than philosophy or physics, thi

Ports and Happy Havens

Author: Jeffrey Peter A. M. Hauck

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 308

View: 690

The Harmony of the Gospels in Rhyming Verse is a chronological record of the life, death, resurrection and ascension of Jesus Christ. The book is an epic poem that contains divisions and sub divisions. Each incident is accompanied by the reference texts in which the event is recorded by any or all of the gospel writers: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. The reader will also find a table for locating any passage in the Harmony, so that a preacher or teacher can use poetry to supplement a gospel passage with a rhyming parallel to enrich his exegesis. The Chronology and the divisions of the poem are based upon the work of the renowned John A Broadus and his student, A. T. Robertson, whose publications date back to 1893 and 1903 respectively. They printed all four gospels, skillfully arranged in parallel columns, in order to portray the course and development of Christ's life and ministry. The NIV Harmony of the Gospels is a revised Edition of their work, edited by Robert L. Thomas and Stanley N. Gundry. By adopting the outline of these scholars, Rev. Taylor has combined the four parallel columns into the most ancient form that harmonists have used. Tatian, who lived about A.D. 170, wove the four gospels into one continuous narrative called the Diatesseron.. Scores of harmonists, especially since the Protestant reformation, have followed in his steps. Although his work is done in the Diatesseron mode, Pastor Taylor's book is unique in that it is an epic poem, written in rhyming verse. V Bible scholars have noted that eighty to ninety percent of Jesus' words were originally in poetic form. This does not mean that they were in rhyming verse, but the meter, balanced lines, parallelism and so forth, created a great memory help. Since most of these qualities have been lost when the Greek text has been translated into the English language, a paraphrase in rhyming verse provides a similar aid for memory enhancement. Christian missionaries have reached the most remote tribes to translate the Scriptures into foreign languages. This book represents an effort to translate the story of Jesus into a different language, the poetic language of rhyming verse. It is an English paraphrase. It is a restatement of the life of Jesus, found in the four gospels and unified in a sequential poem. Harmony of the Gospels In Rhyming verse An Epic poem on the Life Of Jesus Christ, by Roland S. Taylor "Looking at the book I'm amazed at the amount of work you have done in order to place the gospel content in a poetic mode. As an individual who found poetry and meter extremely baffling, far more difficult to understand than philosophy or physics, thi

Jesus and the Gospels

An Introduction and Survey

Author: Craig L. Blomberg

Publisher: B & H Academic

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 440

View: 677

This intensive guide to the Gospels surveys the largest source of eyewitness information about Jesus' life and ministry--the books of the four apostles who watched Him, spoke with Him, and served Him during his years on earth.

A Harmony of the Gospels

New American Standard Edition

Author: Robert L. Thomas

Publisher: HarperOne

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 352

View: 868

This resource encourages a deeper understanding of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ by harmonizing the accounts of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John so as to assemble as many details as possible into a chronologically meaningful sequence.

The Passion of the Servant

A Journey to the Cross

Author: Don N. Howell

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 390

View: 377

The New Testament opens with four Gospel accounts that introduce the reader to Jesus Christ. From the very beginning, the redemptive drama moves toward the cross. The final week of Jesus's life, Passion Week, takes up nearly 40 percent of the entire narrative. The canonical Gospels provide four different perspectives on the life of Jesus. He is portrayed in this fourfold account as King and covenant keeper (Matthew), as obedient Son-servant (Mark), as the perfect Man among men (Luke), and as the eternal Son of God (John), the only person ever born whose central purpose in living is to die. The Gospels are Passion narratives with extended introductions. This is the governing principle of the present work as Jesus moves toward the culmination of his saving mission. From early adumbrations to deepening shadows to direct predictions and finally to the detailed narratives of Passion Week, the Gospels follow the Lord's inexorable journey to the cross. This synthetic study, which follows the life of Jesus in a chronological sequence while attempting to preserve the unique contribution of each of the four Gospel accounts, draws upon the long-established tradition of harmonies of the Gospels, dating back to Tatian's Diatessaron (AD 170). The ordering of the data follows, with minor rearrangements, The NIV Harmony of the Gospels edited by Robert L. Thomas and Stanley N. Gundry. In The Passion of the Servant, eighteen chapters with thirteen maps trace the geographical context of Jesus's ministry. Biblical quotations are taken from the English Standard Version (ESV) except where otherwise noted. The chronology adopted in this work, one that assumes a spring AD 30 date for the crucifixion, is appended, along with a brief bibliography of works that have been particularly helpful to the author. The front cover is a portrait of the risen Lord instructing the two disciples near Emmaus that the events surrounding his death and resurrection fulfilled the sacred prophecies of the Old Testament (Luke 24:25-27).

NIV, The MacArthur Study Bible, eBook

Author:

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

ISBN:

Category: Bibles

Page: 2304

View: 340

"John MacArthur is, considered one of the top Biblical scholars living today. He has spent his entire ministry poring through Scripture, digging into every difficult passage with the exegesis skills of a world-class scholar. His intellect and formal training are balanced with the compassion, courage, and practical voice of a teaching pastor. The award-winning MacArthur Study Bible is considered among the elite of study Bibles. It is packed cover-to-cover with tools that offer a profound yet down-to-earth approach to understanding the Scriptures. Dr. MacArthur has written dozens of bestselling books, including The Gospel According to Jesus, The MacArthur New Testament Commentary Series, Slave, and A Tale of Two Sons. This edition includes many features to help you navigate and understand the Scriptures: New International Version Bible text • More than 20,000 study notes, over 50 maps, charts, book introductions, outlines, timelines • articles from Dr. John MacArthur • Index to Key Bible Doctrines • NIV Concordance • Messianic Prophesies in the Old Testament • Topical Index • An Outline of Systematic Theology • A Timeline of OT Kings and Prophets • A NT Chronology • How We Got the Bible • How to Study the Bible • A Harmony of the Gospels The MacArthur Study Bible helps you unleash God’s truth, one verse at a time. Order your copy today. This Bible offers supplemental information on the following topics: Inspiration, Gospel, Purposes of God, Faithfulness of God, Glory of God, Trinity, Holiness of God, Justice of God, Goodness of God, , Love of God, Compassion of God, Power of God, Providence of God, Righteousness of God, Truth, Wisdom, Unity, Character of Christ, Crucifixion, Deity of Christ, Exaltation of Christ, Excellency of Christ, Human Nature of Christ, Lordship of Christ, Humility of Christ, Incarnation of Christ, Love of Christ, Christ as High Priest, Christ as King, Miracles of Christ, Christ as Shepherd, Parables of Christ, Power of Christ, Prophecies Fulfilled in Christ, Titles and Names of Christ, Types of Christ, Baptism of the Holy Spirit, Deity of the Spirit, Emblems of the Spirit, Ministry of the Spirit, Offenses Against the Spirit, Sealing of the Spirit, Titles of the Spirit."

A Critical Introduction to the New Testament

Interpreting the Message and Meaning of Jesus Christ

Author: Carl R. Holladay

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 609

View: 767

This study of the New Testament introduces the student to each New Testament book and its author, and it provides pertinent information about the historical and theological context using study helps, charts, maps, illustrations, and bibliographies.

Lesson Notes for Group Study of the Book of a Harmony of the Four Gospels

Author: John E. Lamar

Publisher: Tate Publishing Company

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 200

View: 473

This book is for serious Bible students who are interested in digging deeper into the gospel message by studying 'A Harmony of the Four Gospels'. A group setting is a good forum for such a study, since you can learn much from others as you partner together with them to increase your understanding of the one Gospel which has been recorded by four different scribes. The notes that form the basis of this current book and study are to help students uncover some of the hidden treasures and make important discoveries by/for themselves. These notes were generated from prior sessions on this topic, which the author facilitated, and compiled here for use by others. The bases of these notes are the second edition of 'A Harmony of the Four Gospels' (NIV translation), because of its chronological dating and section headings, along with material taken from 'A Harmony of the Gospels' (RSV translation). The goals of this study are to learn to love and appreciate the Lord Jesus more by examining:1-His life, death and resurrection, in detail; and 2-the connections that exist between the various recorded events. Associated with these goals, the reader needs to understand that I do not take the Bible events as 'stories' but as occurrences that actually happened in time and space which teach more than just 'moral' lessons. These events show us how Jesus fulfilled His Father's plan and demonstrates that He, in fact, shows the way for us all.