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Common Christianity / Uncommon Commentary By Bob Walters & Bob Walters
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This book is a compilation of five years of weekly Christian newspaper columns with thoughtful and often wry reflections on Christianity, Christian life, and modern culture. Written by... More > late-to-the-faith journalist and communications executive Bob Walters, the columns have been published in the weekly "Current" local general interest newspapers in Carmel, Westfield, Noblesville and Fishers, Indiana, on the northside of Indianapolis since the paper's founding in October 2006. It's uncommon for a newspaper to provide this kind of direct, believer's commentary on common Christian themes, hence the title - Common Christianity / Uncommon Commentary. Foreword by Dr. David Faust, President, Cincinnati Christian University.< Less
Revelation: A Commentary By David M. Parker
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A user friendly, academically informed commentary on Revelation informing contemporary interface with social settings.
Commentary on Romans By John Calvin
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COMMENTARIES ON THE EPISTLE OF PAUL THE APOSTLE TO THE ROMANS BY JOHN CALVIN TRANSLATED AND EDITED BY THE REV. JOHN OWEN, VICAR OF THRUSSINGTON, LEICESTERSHIRE Edited by Randy Herring
Isaiah, a Commentary By James E. Smith, Ph.D.
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An introduction to the Old Testament Book of Isaiah is followed by a verse-by-verse commentary on the text written from a Christian perspective.
A Commentary of Romans By Richard Norman
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The book of Romans is one of the most misinterpreted and misunderstood New Testament books. But if we just let the Bible interpret itself, the book becomes much easier to comprehend and enjoy... More > reading, and becomes a great benefit to every Christian.< Less
Commentary On Philippians By Vincent Cheung
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Much of what is called Christian teaching today emphasizes the way to emotional peace and physical comfort. In contrast, Paul commends the Philippians for being partners with him in the faith, and... More > encourages them to remain united by the faith, so that they may live for the faith. Paul teaches his readers to seek first the kingdom of God, even if it leads to suffering and hardship. He says that he can be content under all circumstances by the strength that Christ gives. Instead of using the Christian life as an excuse or a platform to pursue the interests of men, the apostle teaches a Christianity that promotes and pursues the interests of Christ.< Less
Commentary On Malachi By Vincent Cheung
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Besides providing a basic exegesis of Malachi, this book applies the Old Testament text to Christian life and thought. In the process, it addresses topics such as election, history, marriage,... More > tithing, ministry, reverence, and judgment.< Less
Commentary on the Creed By St. Cyril of Jerusalem
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This book is a small collection of citations taken from St. Cyril’s Catechetical Lectures, arranged so as to serve as a commentary on the Symbol of Faith, which faithful Orthodox Christians... More > recite at least twice a day, morning and evening, as well as at every Divine Liturgy. A hardcopy version is also available.< Less
Commentary on the Creed By St. Cyril of Jerusalem
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This book is a small collection of citations taken from St. Cyril’s Catechetical Lectures, arranged so as to serve as a commentary on the Symbol of Faith, which faithful Orthodox Christians... More > recite at least twice a day, morning and evening, as well as at every Divine Liturgy. The entire book is available to preview before purchase. Suggestions and corrections are very welcome.< Less
Commentary On Colossians By Vincent Cheung
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Paul's letter to the Colossians weaves together high theology with holy living, and exhortations with warnings. Its main theme is the fullness of Christ, and the fullness that Christians have in him.... More > Christ's person and work are complete, and Christians have benefited from this completeness. Any attempt to supplement or replace the person and work of Christ therefore undermines and devalues him, and compromises the Christian faith. This commentary confronts several controversial doctrines, including the incomprehensibility of God and the origin of sin and evil. Other features include a summary of systematic theology from the perspective of christology, discussions on true versus false philosophy, true versus false spirituality, what it means to see the Father by "looking at" Jesus, the priorities of Paul in life and prayer, and the true nature of the Great Commission.< Less

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