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  • Quartz Hill School of Theology
    participants in the broadcast included faculty and students of Quartz Hill School of Theology Listeners were able to participate by email and through an 800 number It was a lot of fun for us Theology is not a finished set of dogmatic propositions Rather theology is a wide open field of endeavor God is not tame he does not easily fit into a set of propositions a simple equation a small or large box Solomon as he contemplated the temple he had built stated But will God really dwell on earth The heavens even the highest heaven cannot contain you How much less this temple I have built 1 Kings 8 27 parallel account 1 Chronicles 6 18 Metaphorically we might argue the same God is infinite and we are finite thus we can only comprehend a finite portion of him There are more questions than answers in the field of theology Our job on this program like the theology courses at Quartz Hill School of Theology was more to ask these endless questions than to give settled answers To listen to the archived shows you ll need Real Player on your computer Don t have Real Player yet Then

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  • QHCC
    qualities are things that you are looking for in a church Quartz Hill Community waits for you with open arms To make it easier we want to introduce ourselves to you We started by making some videos of us These impromptu videos taken on a small camera are some real glimpses into who we are You can look at the videos here We also wanted to introduce ourselves to those in our community who have not yet seen our website For our low tech introduction we made a flier that summarizes some of the video material and tells people about us You can see our flier here You can get a more in depth look at who we are by exploring our website Use the links in the bars at the top and the bottom of each page to guide you Services shows our service times and tells a little about each service About Us talks about our philosophy of ministry and our beliefs Videos has the videos mentioned above Servants introduces our leaders Announcements tells what is currently happening Messages has allows you to listen to some of our messagess Financial reports our financial situation and offers a chance

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  • Quartz Hill Publishing House
    the Person in the Pew by Jim West This commentary on Romans 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 Acts 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 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

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  • High Desert Christian Writers Guild
    perhaps you feel moved to write the Great American Novel As Christians we know that God gives different gifts to different people For some they feel called to preach For others they travel far and wide as missionaries Some serve God with music others with gifts of bookkeeping or teaching or administration We may have different roles but we all share the same mission to serve God and his people Clearly we writers are a unique breed For us the Lord has given us the special gift of putting pen to paper to share a message We have a passion to take a simple story and build it into a finished product that will inspire others For some it may be a lucrative full time career For others it s a rewarding pastime But wherever you come from and wherever you want to go we are all motivated by the simple joy of telling a story We can help you get there At the High Desert Christian Writers Guild you will have the opportunity to interact with both professional writers and beginning writers who share your calling your zeal and perhaps your frustrations as well You can trade ideas share experiences have your writing critiqued and support one another in prayer Together we can help you take your writing to the next level the best it can be We discuss such things as How should a Christian approach his writing What s keeping you from getting published How can you improve your writing skills What do editors and publishers look for when evaluating a manuscript We hope you will seize this opportunity to gain fresh inspiration for your writing and perhaps a little encouragement for yourself as well See you there About the Antelope Valley For those unfamiliar with the

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  • Remata
    any language there is a lot to learn in Greek Eric has long sought after helpful learning tools In particular he has looked for and tried to develop useful flashcard tools Many years ago Eric found a spreadsheet of Koine words This spreadsheet was developed by Lionel Windsor It is a good spreadsheet but Eric felt it needed improvement He radically redesigned the code added many functions and changed the Greek to a modern unicode font You can see and download the result here One big feature of flashcards is that they are portable Eric was hoping that the Remata spreadsheet would work on his portable Windows based PDA Unfortunately it did not The spreadsheet also was exclusive to people who owned Microsoft Excel This lead him to develop a Web version of Remata which is here As it turned out the web version was also not portable since PDA browsers could not handle the Javascript he used to make it work Eric who is a T Mobile customer and Google fan stumbled across the new Android platform and now owns the T Mobile G1 He developed a version of Remata for Android which is described here He finally has

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  • Bookstore: Bibles
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