How do we know what we know about God? How can we, as human beings, with our limited vocabularies and our finite intelligence speak meaningfully about the God we encounter in our lives and in Holy... More > Scripture? The answers provided by the Scriptures themselves are the only sure foundation when one begins to build the house that we call Systematic Theology. Like every house, a foundation must be laid, walls must be erected, roof and ceiling must be added, and of course the finishing work must take place.< Less
A Summary of the Bible was developed to give readers an overview of the Bible. It will show its format, structure and content. Think of this book as a roadmap for a journey into the place where God... More > has chosen to reveal Himself to the human race.< Less
This commentary on Matthew is the first in the series, each to be published by Quartz Hill Publishing House, and each to be in a concise format.
The textual base of the commentary is the venerable... More > American Standard Version of 1901. This Eng-lish version is really one of the best ever produced and it continues to be valuable even now, over 100 years later. There are no frills here: no extensive footnotes, no lengthy outlines, no overbearing introductions—just the text and what it means.< Less
If God loves me, then why is everything going wrong?
What key do we need to unlock the blessings of God?
A low point in Jacob’s life offers a clue. Beside himself with grief, he exclaims... More > “Everything is against me!” (Genesis 42:36) Less true words have rarely been spoken.
Many argue that success in life can be gained by a formula, a prayer, rooting out hidden sin, or following a list of good things to do. Jacob’s complaint argues for a radically different solution.< Less
This commentary on 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus is the second in the series, each to be published by Quartz Hill Publishing House, and each to be in a concise format. The textual base of the... More > commentary is the venerable American Standard Version of 1901. This English version is really one of the best ever produced and it continues to be valuable even now, over 100 years later. There are no frills here: no extensive footnotes, no lengthy outlines, no overbearing introductions—just the text and what it means.< Less
Baptists are not a creedal people.
That is, they do not require their
Church members to subscribe to a
particular Creed or statement of
belief. But Baptists do believe and
so they... More > do make confession of
Here are the most important of
those historical confessions in
chronological order: a summary of
beliefs held by Baptists since their
Mr. Robin Nettelhorst is the editor of Quartz Hill Publishing House, a small, academic press associated with Quartz Hill School of Theology in Quartz Hill, California. We publish mostly theology, with some poetry and fiction on occasion.