Galatians & Ephesians - NIV
College Press NIV Commentary Series is formatted with a verse-by-verse explanation of the text. It was developed for both the scholar and the average Bible student. The College Press NIV Commentary Series is the only full commentary set in print from the Restoration Movement. Each volume (41 volumes for the Old & New Testament) contains the following helpful features:
- Biblically sound exegesis
- Clear exposition
- Objective approach
- Concise introduction
- New International Version of the Bible
- Key word translation
- Easy to use design format
- Practical footnotes
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Overview of Galatians
Throughout the history of the church the message of Galatians has been needed to free men from chains of false doctrine. Repeatedly men have turned away from grace to bow at the altar of law. Desperate to claim at least part of the credit for their own salvation, they have chosen to believe that they are saved by keeping enough rules, enduring enough pain, or siding with the orthodox on enough of the "issues." Then someone will read Galatians again and the liberating message of the gospel of grace catches fire once more, and the bonds of legalism are burned away.
Galatians Introduction & Outline
Overview of Ephesians
We are saved by grace through faith! We do not earn our salvation-it is a gift of God! This is the shocking good news of Ephesians! Even though we were dead in sin and fully deserved God's wrath, he saved us and brought us into the body of Christ. It is a glorious privilege to be a part of his body, and it carries with it a glorious responsibility.
We are saved by grace, for good works. God saved us so that he could live in us and work through us. We are filled with his fullness and re-created in his likeness. We are imitators of God. His power works in us, making possible more than we could ever ask or think. We are strong in the Lord and in his mighty power. The message of Ephesians is a message of salvation: God gives it; man lives it!
Ephesians Introduction & Outline
Galatians & Ephesians has 346 pages.
About the Author
Kenneth L. Boles, MA, is professor of New Testament and Greek at Ozark Christian Coe. Mr. Boles holds a BTh degree from Ozark Bible College and the MA in Biblical and Patristic Greek from Abilene Christian University. In addition to teaching classes in beginning, advanced, and third-year Greek, he also teaches exegetical courses in Prison Epistles. He has written Thirteen Lessons on Galatians, Thirteen Lessons on Ephesians and Thirteen Lessons on Philippians, Colossians, and Philemon. He has held preaching ministries in Kansas and Texas.
About the Editors
Anthony L. Ash, PhD, is professor of Biblical Studies at Abilene Christian University and minister at Minter Lane Church of Christ, Abilene, Texas. Dr. Ash holds the AA from Florida Christian College, the BS from Florida State University, the MA from Abilene Christian University, and the PhD from the University of Southern California. He has authored nine books including commentaries on Luke, Acts (Chapters 1-12), Psalms (with Clyde Miller), and Jeremiah & Lamentations. He has spoken at over 400 meetings and extended lectureships and has also spoken on over 45 college and university campuses.
Jack Cottrell, PhD, was professor of Theology at Cincinnati Bible Seminary, Cincinnati, Ohio for many years. Dr. Cottrell holds the AB from Cincinnati Bible Seminary, the AB from the University of Cincinnati, the MDiv from Westminster Theological Seminary and the PhD from Princeton Theological Seminary. He has authored nine books including God Most High: What the Bible Says About God the Creator, Ruler, Redeemer, Set Free!: What the Bible Says About Grace, and The Faith Once for All.
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