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    judge spiritual matters for him or herself Quartz Hill School of Theology is a ministry of Quartz Hill Community Church a very small Baptist congregation which is associated with the Southern Baptist Convention Quartz Hill School of Theology admits students regardless of race religion gender age or national origin Click on the tabs above and hyperlinks around the page to discover some of what we can offer Quartz Hill Publishing House Quartz Hill Publishing House is the publishing arm of Quartz Hill School of Theology Quartz Hill Publishing House publishes reprints nonfiction and fiction We have reprinted Edward Young s Night Thoughts and are in the process of producing a complete commentary series on the Bible written by our professor Dr Jim West Quartz Hill Publishing House is a small academic press Our books are print on demand We are always open to submissions For more information click Quartz Hill Publishing House Contact Us Quartz Hill School of Theology info theology edu 43543 51st Street West Quartz Hill CA 93536 661 722 0891 Make a Contribution Click the Amazon banner above whenever you want to purchase items from Amazon Amazon will contribute 5 of your purchase to Quartz Hill School of Theology Check It Out But God Loves Us And Knows What He Is Doing A Response To Anti Semitism Faculty and Staff Blogs Loading Other Stuff of Interest A Year with God and A Year with Jesus by our professor R P Nettelhorst are daily devotional books published by Thomas Nelson They are available wherever books are sold Nettelhorst com About the Church that Supports Us Current Diatribe Software Our Annual Booksale Stump the Theologians AV Beat Beyond the Box Student Store Get mugs t shirts and mousepads with the Quartz Hill School of Theology logo Just click the

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    him For if when we were God s enemies we were reconciled to him through the death of his Son how much more having been reconciled shall we be saved through his life If we decide to accept the gift of his death and turn our lives over to God then he puts his Holy Spirit inside us making us Christians Becoming a Christian is entirely the work of God we do not contribute to it ourselves No amount of being good will make a person a Christian because being good has nothing to do with it Galatians 3 1 5 You foolish Galatians Who has bewitched you Before your very eyes Jesus Christ was clearly portrayed as crucified I would like to learn just one thing from you Did you receive the Spirit by observing the law or by believing what you heard Are you so foolish After beginning with the Spirit are you now trying to attain your goal by human effort Have you suffered so much for nothing if it really was for nothing Does God give you his Spirit and work miracles among you because you observe the law or because you believe what you heard Ephesians 2 8 9 For it is by grace you have been saved through faith and this not from yourselves it is the gift of God not by works so that no one can boast Becoming a Christian results inevitably and automatically in obedience to Christ The first act of obedience is baptism being immersed in water to signify to friends and family that one has died and been buried with Christ raised to live a new life in Him Ephesians 2 10 For we are God s workmanship created in Christ Jesus to do good works which God prepared

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  • QHST Doctrinal Statement
    1 Thes 5 23 24 2 Tim 1 12 Titus 2 11 14 Heb 2 1 3 5 8 9 9 24 28 11 1 to 12 8 14 James 2 14 26 1 Pet 1 2 23 1 John 1 6 to 2 11 Rev 3 20 21 1 to 22 5 God s Purpose of Grace Election is the gracious purpose of God according to which He regenerates sanctifies and glorifies sinners It is consistent with the free agency of human beings and comprehends all the means in connection with the end It is a glorious display of God s sovereign goodness and is infinitely wise holy and unchangeable It excludes boasting and promotes humility All true believers endure to the end Those whom God has accepted in Christ and sanctified by His Spirit will never fall away from the state of grace but shall persevere to the end Believers may fall into sin through neglect and temptation whereby they grieve the Spirit impair their graces and comforts bring reproach on the cause of Christ and temporal judgments on themselves yet they shall be kept by the power of God through faith unto salvation Gen 12 1 3 Ex 19 5 8 1 Sam 8 4 7 19 22 Isa 5 1 7 Jer 31 31 ff Mat 16 18 19 21 28 45 24 22 31 25 34 Luk 1 68 79 2 29 32 19 41 44 24 44 48 John 1 12 14 3 16 5 24 6 44 45 65 10 27 29 15 16 17 6 12 17 18 Acts 20 32 Rom 5 9 10 8 28 39 10 12 15 11 5 7 26 36 1 Cor 1 1 2 15 24 28 Eph 1 4 23 2 1 10 3 1 11 Col 1 12 14 2 Thess 2 13 14 2 Tim 1 12 2 10 19 Heb 11 39 to 12 2 1 Pet 1 2 5 13 2 4 10 1 John 1 7 9 2 19 3 2 The Church A New Testament church of the Lord Jesus Christ is a local body of baptized believers who are associated by covenant in the faith and fellowship of the gospel observing the two ordinances of Christ committed to His teachings exercising the gifts rights and privileges invested in them by His Word and seeking to extend the gospel to the ends of the earth The church is an autonomous body operating through democratic processes under the Lordship of Jesus Christ In such a congregation members are equally responsible Its Scriptural officers are pastors and deacons The New Testament speaks also of the church as the body of Christ which includes all of the redeemed of all the ages Mat 16 15 19 18 15 20 Acts 2 41 42 47 5 11 14 6 3 6 13 1 3 14 23 27 15 1 30 16 5 20 28 Rom 1 7 1 Cor 1 2 3 16 5 4 5 7 17 9 13 14 12 Eph 1 22 23 2 19 22 3 8 11 21 5 22 32 Phil 1 1 Col 1 18 1 Tim 3 1 15 4 14 1 Pet 5 1 4 Rev 2 3 21 2 3 Baptism and Lord s Supper Christian Baptism is the immersion of a believer in water in the name of the Father the Son and the Holy Spirit It is an act of obedience symbolizing the believer s faith in a crucified buried and risen Savior the believer s death to sin the burial of the old life and the resurrection to walk in newness of life in Christ Jesus It is a testimony to his faith in the final resurrection of the dead Being a church ordinance it is prerequisite to the privileges of church membership and to the Lord s Supper The Lord s Supper is a symbolic act of obedience whereby members of the church through partaking of the bread and the fruit of the vine memorialize the death of the Redeemer and anticipate His second coming Mat 3 13 17 26 26 30 28 19 20 Mark 1 9 11 14 22 26 Luke 3 21 22 22 19 20 John 3 23 Acts 2 41 42 8 35 39 16 30 33 Acts 20 7 Rom 6 3 5 1 Cor 10 16 21 11 23 29 Col 2 12 The Lord s Day The first day of the week is the Lord s Day It is a Christian institution for regular observance It commemorates the resurrection of Christ from the dead and should be employed in exercises of worship and spiritual devotion both public and private Ex 20 8 11 Mat 12 1 12 28 1 ff Mark 2 27 28 16 1 7 Luke 24 1 3 33 36 John 4 21 24 20 1 19 28 Acts 20 7 1 Cor 16 1 2 Col 2 16 3 16 Rev 1 10 The Kingdom The Kingdom of God includes both His general sovereignty over the universe and His particular kingship over human beings who willfully acknowledge Him as King Particularly the Kingdom is the realm of salvation into which men enter by trustful childlike commitment to Jesus Christ Christians ought to pray and to labor that the Kingdom may come and God s will be done on earth The full consummation of the Kingdom awaits the return of Jesus Christ and the end of this age Gen 1 1 Isa 9 6 7 Jer 23 5 6 Mat 3 2 4 8 10 23 12 25 28 13 1 52 25 31 46 26 29 Mark 1 14 15 9 1 Luke 4 43 8 1 9 2 12 31 32 17 20 21 23 42 John 3 3 18 36 Acts 1 6 7 17 22 31 Rom 5 17 8 19 1 Cor 15 24 28 Col 1 13 Heb 11 10 16

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    by the Holy Spirit not needing any human intermediary to reach God and competent to judge spiritual matters for him or herself Quartz Hill School of Theology is a ministry of Quartz Hill Community Church which is associated with the Southern Baptist Convention Quartz Hill School of Theology admits students regardless of race religion gender age national origin or handicap In addition to offering classes in Bible Theology and Biblical Langauges Hebrew Aramaic and Greek we also publish a journal Quartz Hill Journal of Theology Please feel free to submit articles All submissions should include a SASE and conform to the Baptist Faith and Message adopted by the Southern Baptist Convention in 1963 Faculty are members of academic associations such as the American Academy of Religion and the Society of Biblical Literature One faculty member is listed in Who s Who in Religion Who s Who in America and Who s Who in the World info theology edu Questions about the School of Theology and its projects are also welcome Copyright Quartz Hill School of Theology Unless otherwise indicated the documents stored on this Web site are copyrighted Links to these documents are permitted and encouraged No copies may be

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    Version of 1901 There are no frills here no extensive footnotes no lengthy outlines no overbearing introductions just the text and what it means For many years commentaries have been written for commentators The great volumes which line pastors and professors bookshelves were written by experts for experts Meanwhile the person in the pew the person for whom the Bible was written transmitted and preserved has essentially been forgotten This commentary and this series are designed to correct that situation Making use of the best and latest tools of biblical research the results of that research will appear here in such a way as to be useful for personal devotion and preaching Sunday School lessons and growing in grace Available Now 12 95 Click on the picture of the book cover for more information to read a preview or to order 1 Corinthians For the Person in the Pew by Jim West This commentary on 1 Corinthians is part of a series each to be published by Quartz Hill Publishing House and each to be in a concise format So far as technical matters are concerned or how the commentary works it is quite straightforward the text of the epistles is in bold print and comments follow each verse or passage in normal font At the conclusion of the commentary there is a bibliography so that those interested can read further The textual base of the commentary is the venerable American Standard Version of 1901 There are no frills here no extensive footnotes no lengthy outlines no overbearing introductions just the text and what it means For many years commentaries have been written for commentators The great volumes which line pastors and professors bookshelves were written by experts for experts Meanwhile the person in the pew the person for whom the Bible was written transmitted and preserved has essentially been forgotten This commentary and this series are designed to correct that situation Making use of the best and latest tools of biblical research the results of that research will appear here in such a way as to be useful for personal devotion and preaching Sunday School lessons and growing in grace Available Now 12 95 Click on the picture of the book cover for more information to read a preview or to order 2 Corinthians For the Person in the Pew by Jim West This commentary on 2 Corinthians is part of a series each to be published by Quartz Hill Publishing House and each to be in a concise format So far as technical matters are concerned or how the commentary works it is quite straightforward the text of the epistles is in bold print and comments follow each verse or passage in normal font At the conclusion of the commentary there is a bibliography so that those interested can read further The textual base of the commentary is the venerable American Standard Version of 1901 There are no frills here no extensive footnotes no lengthy outlines no overbearing introductions just the text and what it means For many years commentaries have been written for commentators The great volumes which line pastors and professors bookshelves were written by experts for experts Meanwhile the person in the pew the person for whom the Bible was written transmitted and preserved has essentially been forgotten This commentary and this series are designed to correct that situation Making use of the best and latest tools of biblical research the results of that research will appear here in such a way as to be useful for personal devotion and preaching Sunday School lessons and growing in grace Available Now 12 95 Click on the picture of the book cover for more information to read a preview or to order Galatians Colossians Philemon Ephesians and Philippians For the Person in the Pew by Jim West This commentary on Galatians Colossians Philemon Ephesians and Philippians For the Person in the Pew is part of a series each to be published by Quartz Hill Publishing House and each to be in a concise format So far as technical matters are concerned or how the commentary works it is quite straightforward the text of the epistles is in bold print and comments follow each verse or passage in normal font At the conclusion of the commentary there is a bibliography so that those interested can read further The textual base of the commentary is the venerable American Standard Version of 1901 There are no frills here no extensive footnotes no lengthy outlines no overbearing introductions just the text and what it means For many years commentaries have been written for commentators The great volumes which line pastors and professors bookshelves were written by experts for experts Meanwhile the person in the pew the person for whom the Bible was written transmitted and preserved has essentially been forgotten This commentary and this series are designed to correct that situation Making use of the best and latest tools of biblical research the results of that research will appear here in such a way as to be useful for personal devotion and preaching Sunday School lessons and growing in grace Available Now 10 95 Click on the picture of the book cover for more information to read a preview or to order 1 2 Thessalonians For the Person in the Pew by Jim West This commentary on 1 2 Thessalonians is part of a series each to be published by Quartz Hill Publishing House and each to be in a concise format So far as technical matters are concerned or how the commentary works it is quite straightforward the text of 1 2 Thessalonians is in bold print and comments follow each verse or passage in normal font At the conclusion of the commentary there is a bibliography so that those interested can read further The textual base of the commentary is the venerable American Standard Version of 1901 There are no frills here no extensive footnotes no lengthy outlines no overbearing introductions just the text and what it means For many years commentaries have been written for commentators The great volumes which line pastors and professors bookshelves were written by experts for experts Meanwhile the person in the pew the person for whom the Bible was written transmitted and preserved has essentially been forgotten This commentary and this series are designed to correct that situation Making use of the best and latest tools of biblical research the results of that research will appear here in such a way as to be useful for personal devotion and preaching Sunday School lessons and growing in grace Available Now 10 95 Click on the picture of the book cover for more information to read a preview or to order The Pastoral Epistles For the Person in the Pew by Jim West This commentary on 1 2 Timothy and Titus is part of a series each to be published by Quartz Hill Publishing House and each to be in a concise format So far as technical matters are concerned or how the commentary works it is quite straightforward the text of the epistles is in bold print and comments follow each verse or passage in normal font At the conclusion of the commentary there is a bibliography so that those interested can read further The textual base of the commentary is the venerable American Standard Version of 1901 There are no frills here no extensive footnotes no lengthy outlines no overbearing introductions just the text and what it means For many years commentaries have been written for commentators The great volumes which line pastors and professors bookshelves were written by experts for experts Meanwhile the person in the pew the person for whom the Bible was written transmitted and preserved has essentially been forgotten This commentary and this series are designed to correct that situation Making use of the best and latest tools of biblical research the results of that research will appear here in such a way as to be useful for personal devotion and preaching Sunday School lessons and growing in grace Available Now 12 95 Click on the picture of the book cover for more information to read a preview or to order Hebrews For the Person in the Pew by Jim West This commentary on Hebrews is part of a series each to be published by Quartz Hill Publishing House and each to be in a concise format So far as technical matters are concerned or how the commentary works it is quite straightforward the text of the epistles is in bold print and comments follow each verse or passage in normal font At the conclusion of the commentary there is a bibliography so that those interested can read further The textual base of the commentary is the venerable American Standard Version of 1901 There are no frills here no extensive footnotes no lengthy outlines no overbearing introductions just the text and what it means For many years commentaries have been written for commentators The great volumes which line pastors and professors bookshelves were written by experts for experts Meanwhile the person in the pew the person for whom the Bible was written transmitted and preserved has essentially been forgotten This commentary and this series are designed to correct that situation Making use of the best and latest tools of biblical research the results of that research will appear here in such a way as to be useful for personal devotion and preaching Sunday School lessons and growing in grace Available Now 12 95 Click on the picture of the book cover for more information to read a preview or to order James and 1 2 Peter For the Person in the Pew by Jim West This commentary on James and 1 2 Peter is part of a series each to be published by Quartz Hill Publishing House and each to be in a concise format So far as technical matters are concerned or how the commentary works it is quite straightforward the text of the epistles is in bold print and comments follow each verse or passage in normal font At the conclusion of the commentary there is a bibliography so that those interested can read further The textual base of the commentary is the venerable American Standard Version of 1901 There are no frills here no extensive footnotes no lengthy outlines no overbearing introductions just the text and what it means For many years commentaries have been written for commentators The great volumes which line pastors and professors bookshelves were written by experts for experts Meanwhile the person in the pew the person for whom the Bible was written transmitted and preserved has essentially been forgotten This commentary and this series are designed to correct that situation Making use of the best and latest tools of biblical research the results of that research will appear here in such a way as to be useful for personal devotion and preaching Sunday School lessons and growing in grace Available Now 12 95 Click on the picture of the book cover for more information to read a preview or to order 1 3 John and Jude For the Person in the Pew by Jim West This commentary on 1 3 John and Jude is part of a series each to be published by Quartz Hill Publishing House and each to be in a concise format So far as technical matters are concerned or how the commentary works it is quite straightforward the text of the epistles is in bold print and comments follow each verse or passage in normal font At the conclusion of the commentary there is a bibliography so that those interested can read further The textual base of the commentary is the venerable American Standard Version of 1901 There are no frills here no extensive footnotes no lengthy outlines no overbearing introductions just the text and what it means For many years commentaries have been written for commentators The great volumes which line pastors and professors bookshelves were written by experts for experts Meanwhile the person in the pew the person for whom the Bible was written transmitted and preserved has essentially been forgotten This commentary and this series are designed to correct that situation Making use of the best and latest tools of biblical research the results of that research will appear here in such a way as to be useful for personal devotion and preaching Sunday School lessons and growing in grace Available Now 10 95 Click on the picture of the book cover for more information to read a preview or to order Revelation For the Person in the Pew by Jim West This commentary on Revelation is part of a series each to be published by Quartz Hill Publishing House and each to be in a concise format So far as technical matters are concerned or how the commentary works it is quite straightforward the text of the epistles is in bold print and comments follow each verse or passage in normal font At the conclusion of the commentary there is a bibliography so that those interested can read further The textual base of the commentary is the venerable American Standard Version of 1901 There are no frills here no extensive footnotes no lengthy outlines no overbearing introductions just the text and what it means For many years commentaries have been written for commentators The great volumes which line pastors and professors bookshelves were written by experts for experts Meanwhile the person in the pew the person for whom the Bible was written transmitted and preserved has essentially been forgotten This commentary and this series are designed to correct that situation Making use of the best and latest tools of biblical research the results of that research will appear here in such a way as to be useful for personal devotion and preaching Sunday School lessons and growing in grace Available Now 12 95 Click on the picture of the book cover for more information to read a preview or to order Genesis For the Person in the Pew by Jim West This commentary on Genesis is part of a series each to be published by Quartz Hill Publishing House and each to be in a concise format So far as technical matters are concerned or how the commentary works it is quite straightforward the text of the epistles is in bold print and comments follow each verse or passage in normal font At the conclusion of the commentary there is a bibliography so that those interested can read further The textual base of the commentary is the venerable American Standard Version of 1901 There are no frills here no extensive footnotes no lengthy outlines no overbearing introductions just the text and what it means For many years commentaries have been written for commentators The great volumes which line pastors and professors bookshelves were written by experts for experts Meanwhile the person in the pew the person for whom the Bible was written transmitted and preserved has essentially been forgotten This commentary and this series are designed to correct that situation Making use of the best and latest tools of biblical research the results of that research will appear here in such a way as to be useful for personal devotion and preaching Sunday School lessons and growing in grace Available Now 14 95 Click on the picture of the book cover for more information to read a preview or to order Leviticus For the Person in the Pew by Jim West This commentary on Leviticus is part of a series each to be published by Quartz Hill Publishing House and each to be in a concise format So far as technical matters are concerned or how the commentary works it is quite straightforward the text of the epistles is in bold print and comments follow each verse or passage in normal font At the conclusion of the commentary there is a bibliography so that those interested can read further The textual base of the commentary is the venerable American Standard Version of 1901 There are no frills here no extensive footnotes no lengthy outlines no overbearing introductions just the text and what it means For many years commentaries have been written for commentators The great volumes which line pastors and professors bookshelves were written by experts for experts Meanwhile the person in the pew the person for whom the Bible was written transmitted and preserved has essentially been forgotten This commentary and this series are designed to correct that situation Making use of the best and latest tools of biblical research the results of that research will appear here in such a way as to be useful for personal devotion and preaching Sunday School lessons and growing in grace Available Now 12 95 Click on the picture of the book cover for more information to read a preview or to order Numbers For the Person in the Pew by Jim West This commentary on Numbers is part of a series each to be published by Quartz Hill Publishing House and each to be in a concise format So far as technical matters are concerned or how the commentary works it is quite straightforward the text of the epistles is in bold print and comments follow each verse or passage in normal font At the conclusion of the commentary there is a bibliography so that those interested can read further The textual base of the commentary is the venerable American Standard Version of 1901 There are no frills here no extensive footnotes no lengthy outlines no overbearing introductions just the text and what it means For many years commentaries have been written for commentators The great volumes which line pastors and professors bookshelves were written by experts for experts Meanwhile the person in the pew the person for whom the Bible was written transmitted and preserved has essentially been forgotten This commentary and this series are designed to correct that situation Making use of the best and latest tools of biblical research the results of that research will appear here in such a way as to be useful for personal devotion and preaching Sunday School lessons and growing in grace Available Now 14 95 Click on the picture of the book cover for more information to read a preview or to order Deuteronomy For the Person in the Pew by Jim West This commentary on Deuteronomy is part of a series each to be published by Quartz Hill Publishing House and each to be in a concise format So far as technical matters are concerned or how the commentary works it is quite straightforward the text of the epistles is in bold print and comments follow each verse or passage in normal font At the conclusion of the commentary there is a bibliography so that those interested can read further The textual base of the commentary is the venerable American Standard Version of 1901 There are no frills here no extensive footnotes no lengthy outlines no overbearing introductions just the text and what it means For many years commentaries have been written for commentators The great volumes which line pastors and professors bookshelves were written by experts for experts Meanwhile the person in the pew the person for whom the Bible was written transmitted and preserved has essentially been forgotten This commentary and this series are designed to correct that situation Making use of the best and latest tools of biblical research the results of that research will appear here in such a way as to be useful for personal devotion and preaching Sunday School lessons and growing in grace Available Now 12 95 Click on the picture of the book cover for more information to read a preview or to order Joshua For the Person in the Pew by Jim West This commentary on Joshua is part of a series each to be published by Quartz Hill Publishing House and each to be in a concise format So far as technical matters are concerned or how the commentary works it is quite straightforward the text of the epistles is in bold print and comments follow each verse or passage in normal font At the conclusion of the commentary there is a bibliography so that those interested can read further The textual base of the commentary is the venerable American Standard Version of 1901 There are no frills here no extensive footnotes no lengthy outlines no overbearing introductions just the text and what it means For many years commentaries have been written for commentators The great volumes which line pastors and professors bookshelves were written by experts for experts Meanwhile the person in the pew the person for whom the Bible was written transmitted and preserved has essentially been forgotten This commentary and this series are designed to correct that situation Making use of the best and latest tools of biblical research the results of that research will appear here in such a way as to be useful for personal devotion and preaching Sunday School lessons and growing in grace Available Now 12 95 Click on the picture of the book cover for more information to read a preview or to order Ruth and Lamentations For the Person in the Pew by Jim West This commentary on Ruth and Lamentations is part of a series each to be published by Quartz Hill Publishing House and each to be in a concise format So far as technical matters are concerned or how the commentary works it is quite straightforward the text of the epistles is in bold print and comments follow each verse or passage in normal font At the conclusion of the commentary there is a bibliography so that those interested can read further The textual base of the commentary is the venerable American Standard Version of 1901 There are no frills here no extensive footnotes no lengthy outlines no overbearing introductions just the text and what it means For many years commentaries have been written for commentators The great volumes which line pastors and professors bookshelves were written by experts for experts Meanwhile the person in the pew the person for whom the Bible was written transmitted and preserved has essentially been forgotten This commentary and this series are designed to correct that situation Making use of the best and latest tools of biblical research the results of that research will appear here in such a way as to be useful for personal devotion and preaching Sunday School lessons and growing in grace Available Now 10 95 Click on the picture of the book cover for more information to read a preview or to order Judges For the Person in the Pew by Jim West This commentary on Judges is part of a series each to be published by Quartz Hill Publishing House and each to be in a concise format So far as technical matters are concerned or how the commentary works it is quite straightforward the text of the epistles is in bold print and comments follow each verse or passage in normal font At the conclusion of the commentary there is a bibliography so that those interested can read further The textual base of the commentary is the venerable American Standard Version of 1901 There are no frills here no extensive footnotes no lengthy outlines no overbearing introductions just the text and what it means For many years commentaries have been written for commentators The great volumes which line pastors and professors bookshelves were written by experts for experts Meanwhile the person in the pew the person for whom the Bible was written transmitted and preserved has essentially been forgotten This commentary and this series are designed to correct that situation Making use of the best and latest tools of biblical research the results of that research will appear here in such a way as to be useful for personal devotion and preaching Sunday School lessons and growing in grace Available Now 12 95 Click on the picture of the book cover for more information to read a preview or to order Ezra Nehemiah For the Person in the Pew by Jim West This commentary on Ezra Nehemiah is part of a series each to be published by Quartz Hill Publishing House and each to be in a concise format So far as technical matters are concerned or how the commentary works it is quite straightforward the text of the epistles is in bold print and comments follow each verse or passage in normal font At the conclusion of the commentary there is a bibliography so that those interested can read further The textual base of the commentary is the venerable American Standard Version of 1901 There are no frills here no extensive footnotes no lengthy outlines no overbearing introductions just the text and what it means For many years commentaries have been written for commentators The great volumes which line pastors and professors bookshelves were written by experts for experts Meanwhile the person in the pew the person for whom the Bible was written transmitted and preserved has essentially been forgotten This commentary and this series are designed to correct that situation Making use of the best and latest tools of biblical research the results of that research will appear here in such a way as to be useful for personal devotion and preaching Sunday School lessons and growing in grace Available Now 10 95 Click on the picture of the book cover for more information to read a preview or to order Micah Ezekiel Esther and Proverbs For the Person in the Pew by Jim West This commentary on Micah Ezekiel Esther and Proverbs is part of a series each to be published by Quartz Hill Publishing House and each to be in a concise format So far as technical matters are concerned or how the commentary works it is quite straightforward the text of the epistles is in bold print and comments follow each verse or passage in normal font At the conclusion of the commentary there is a bibliography so that those interested can read further The textual base of the commentary is the venerable American Standard Version of 1901 There are no frills here no extensive footnotes no lengthy outlines no overbearing introductions just the text and what it means For many years commentaries have been written for commentators The great volumes which line pastors and professors bookshelves were written by experts for experts Meanwhile the person in the pew the person for whom the Bible was written transmitted and preserved has essentially been forgotten This commentary and this series are designed to correct that situation Making use of the best and latest tools of biblical research the results of that research will appear here in such a way as to be useful for personal devotion and preaching Sunday School lessons and growing in grace Available Now 16 95 Click on the picture of the book cover for more information to read a preview or to order Job For the Person in the Pew by Jim West This commentary on Job is part of a series each to be published by Quartz Hill Publishing House and each to be in a concise format So far as technical matters are concerned or how the commentary works it is quite straightforward the text of Matthew is in bold print and comments follow each verse or passage in normal font At the conclusion of the commentary there is a bibliography so that those interested can read further The textual base of the commentary is the venerable American Standard Version of 1901 There are no frills here no extensive footnotes no lengthy outlines no overbearing introductions just the text and what it means For many years commentaries have been written for commentators The great volumes which line pastors and professors bookshelves were written by experts for experts Meanwhile the person in the pew the person for whom the Bible was written transmitted and preserved has essentially been forgotten This commentary and this series are designed to correct that situation Making use of the best and latest tools of biblical research the results of that research will appear here in such a way as to be useful for personal devotion and preaching Sunday School lessons and growing in grace Available Now 12 95 Click on the picture of the book cover for more information to read a preview or to order Psalms 1 75 For the Person in the Pew by Jim West This commentary on Psalms 1 75 is part of a series each to be published by Quartz Hill Publishing House and each to be in a concise format So far as technical matters are concerned or how the commentary works it is quite straightforward the text of the epistles is in bold print and comments follow each verse or passage in normal font At the conclusion of the commentary there is a bibliography so that those interested can read further The textual base of the commentary is the venerable American Standard Version of 1901 There are no frills here no extensive footnotes no lengthy outlines no overbearing introductions just the text and what it means For many years commentaries have been written for commentators The great volumes which line pastors and professors bookshelves were written by experts for experts Meanwhile the person in the pew the person for whom the Bible was written transmitted and preserved has essentially been forgotten This commentary and this series are designed to correct that situation Making use of the best and latest tools of biblical research the results of that research will appear here in such a way as to be useful for personal devotion and preaching Sunday School lessons and growing in grace Available Now 14 95 Click on the picture of the book cover for more information to read a preview or to order Psalms 76 150 For the Person in the Pew by Jim West This commentary on Psalms 76 150 is part of a series each to be published by Quartz Hill Publishing House and each to be in a concise format So far as technical matters are concerned or how the commentary works it is quite straightforward the text of the epistles is in bold print and comments follow each verse or passage in normal font At the conclusion of the commentary there is a bibliography so that those interested can read further The textual base of the commentary is the venerable American Standard Version of 1901 There are no frills here no extensive footnotes no lengthy outlines no overbearing introductions just the text and what it means For many years commentaries have been written for commentators The great volumes which line pastors and professors bookshelves were written by experts for experts Meanwhile the person in the pew the person for whom the Bible was written transmitted and preserved has essentially been forgotten This commentary and this series are designed to correct that situation Making use of the best and latest tools of biblical research the results of that research will appear here in such a way as to be useful for personal devotion and preaching Sunday School lessons and growing in grace Available Now 14 95 Click on the picture of the book cover for more information to read a preview or to order Ecclesiastes and the Song of Solomon For the Person in the Pew by Jim West This commentary on Ecclesiastes and the Song of Solomon is part of a series each to be published by Quartz Hill Publishing House and each to be in a concise format So far as technical matters are concerned or how the commentary works it is quite straightforward the text of the epistles is in bold print and comments follow each verse or passage in normal font At the conclusion of the commentary there is a bibliography so that those interested can read further The textual base of the commentary is the venerable American Standard Version of 1901 There are no frills here no extensive footnotes no lengthy outlines no overbearing introductions just the text and what it means For many years commentaries have been written for commentators The great volumes which line pastors and professors bookshelves were written by experts for experts Meanwhile the person in the pew the person for whom the Bible was written transmitted and preserved has essentially been forgotten This commentary and this series are designed to correct that situation Making use of the best and latest tools of biblical research the results of that research will appear here in such a way as to be useful for personal devotion and preaching Sunday School lessons and growing in grace Available Now 10 95 Click on the picture of the book cover for more information to read a preview or to order Isaiah 1 33 For the Person in the Pew by Jim West This commentary on Isaiah 1 33 is part of a series each to be published by Quartz Hill Publishing House and each to be in a concise format So far as technical matters are concerned or how the commentary works it is quite straightforward the text of Matthew is in bold print and comments follow each verse or passage in normal font At the conclusion of the commentary there is a bibliography so that those interested can read further The textual base of the commentary is the venerable American Standard Version of 1901 There are no frills here no extensive footnotes no lengthy outlines no overbearing introductions just the text and what it means For many years commentaries have been written for commentators The great volumes which line pastors and professors bookshelves were written by experts for experts Meanwhile the person in the pew the person for whom the Bible was written transmitted and preserved has essentially been forgotten This commentary and this series are designed to correct that situation Making use of the best and latest tools of biblical research the results of that research will appear here in such a way as to be useful for personal devotion and preaching Sunday School lessons and growing in grace Available Now 12 95 Click on the picture of the book cover for more information to read a preview or to order Isaiah 34 66 For the Person in the Pew by Jim West This commentary on Isaiah 34 66 is part of a series each to be published by Quartz Hill Publishing House and each to be in a concise format So far as technical matters are concerned or how the commentary works it is quite straightforward the text of Matthew is in bold print and comments follow each verse or passage in normal font At the conclusion of the commentary there is a bibliography so that those interested can read further The textual base of the commentary is the venerable American Standard Version of 1901 There are no frills here no extensive footnotes no lengthy outlines no overbearing introductions just the text and what it means For many years commentaries have been written for commentators The great volumes which line pastors and professors bookshelves were written by experts for experts Meanwhile the person in the pew the person for whom the Bible was written transmitted and preserved has essentially been forgotten This commentary and this series are designed to correct that situation Making use of the best and latest tools of biblical research the results of that research will appear here in such a way as to be useful for personal devotion and preaching Sunday School lessons and growing in grace Available Now 12 95 Click on the picture of the book cover for more information to read a preview or to order Jeremiah For the Person in the Pew by Jim West This commentary on Jeremiah is

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    course by credit card using our secure server CCNow functions as the retailer for our courses 50 00 B203 Bible Survey The Latter Prophets A general survey of the books of the Jewish canon labeled the Latter Prophets Isaiah Jeremiah Ezekiel and the twelve minor prohets Hosea Malachi If you would like to officially register for this course please select the hyperlink below This will allow you to pay for the course by credit card using our secure server CCNow functions as the retailer for our courses 50 00 B204 Bible Survey The Writings A general survey of the books of the Jewish canon labeled Writings or Hagiopraphy the rest of the books of the Old Testament Psalms Proverbs Ruth Song of Songs Ecclesiastes Lamentations Esther Daniel Ezra Nehemiah 1 2 Chronicles If you would like to officially register for this course please select the hyperlink below This will allow you to pay for the course by credit card using our secure server CCNow functions as the retailer for our courses 50 00 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or five CEU s may be gained for each course taken B411 Old Testament History and Archaeology I A history of the Ancient Near East from Abraham to Moses If you would like to officially register for this course please select the hyperlink below This will allow you to pay for the course by credit card using our secure server CCNow functions as the retailer for our courses 50 00 B412 Old Testament History and Archaeology II A history of the Ancient Near East from Joshua to Solomon If you would like to officially register for this course please select the hyperlink below This will allow you to pay for the course by credit card using our secure server CCNow functions as the retailer for our courses 50 00 B413 Old Testament History and Archaeology III A history of the Ancient Near East from the Divided Kingdom till the Babylonian Captivity If you would like to officially register for this course please select the hyperlink below This will allow you to pay for the course by credit card using 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authorship and criticism of the New Testament Matthew Revelation Matters relating to Form Criticism Higher Criticism and other modern developments will be covered The course below is designed to be completed in three quarters thirty weeks Nine quarter units or fifteen CEU s may be gained for the entire course B404 6 New Testament Introduction If you would like to officially register for this course please select the hyperlink below This will allow you to pay for the course by credit card using our secure server CCNow functions as the retailer for our courses 50 00 New Testament History and Archaeology Dr Jim West Prerequisite B204 206 Bible Survey A look at the history of the Near East and Mediterranean regions from the Persion period through the end of the first century AD Each course below is designed to be completed in a single quarter ten weeks Three quarter units or five CEU s may be gained for each course taken B414 New Testament History and Archaeology I A history of the Levant 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Testament scriptures by the authors of the New Testament The general purpose of this course is to supply the student with a general knowledge of the uses which were made of the Old Testament by the New Testament writers B310 The Old Testament in the New If you would like to officially register for this course please select the hyperlink below This will allow you to pay for the course by credit card using our secure server CCNow functions as the retailer for our courses 50 00 The Historical Jesus Dr Jim West The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to the subject known as The Historical Jesus B755 The Historical Jesus If you would like to officially register for this course please select the hyperlink below This will allow you to pay for the course by credit card using our secure server CCNow functions as the retailer for our courses 50 00 The Greek Text of Romans A Text Critical Study Dr Jim West Prerequisites Elementary Greek and Biblical Textual Criticism An examination of the Greek Text of the Book of Romans B750 The Greek Text of Romans A Text Critical Study If you would like to officially register for this course please select the hyperlink below This will allow you to pay for the course by credit card using our secure server CCNow functions as the retailer for our courses 50 00 Introduction to the Dead Sea Scrolls Dr Jim West This course introduces the student to the phenomenon known as the Dead Sea Scrolls Where did they come from Who were the people who wrote them What do they mean for modern Biblical interpretation These are just a few of the questions we will attempt to investigate in this short study B451 Introduction to the Dead Sea Scrolls If you would like to officially register for this course please select the hyperlink below This will allow you to pay for the course by credit card using our secure server CCNow functions as the retailer for our courses 50 00 Ugarit and the Bible Dr Jim West The purpose of this course is to introduce the 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knoweledge of Greek is a prerequisite for the course It is worth 3 units or 5 CEU s B679 Greek Exegesis of Revelation Part 1 B679 Greek Exegesis of Revelation Part 2 B679 Greek Exegesis of Revelation Part 3 B679 Greek Exegesis of Revelation Part 4 B679 Greek Exegesis of Revelation Part 5 B679 Greek Exegesis of Revelation Part 6 B679 Greek Exegesis of Revelation Part 7 If you would like to officially register for this course please select the hyperlink below This will allow you to pay for the course by credit card using our secure server CCNow functions as the retailer for our courses 50 00 This course is in PDF format You must have the Adobe PDF Reader in order to access this course Click here to get Adobe Reader Apocalyptic Literature Dr Jim West This course serves as an introduction to apocalyptic materials from the Old Testament Intertestamental Qumran and New Testament periods B461 Apocalyptic Literature If you would like to officially register for this course please select the 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