Greek New Testament

God inspired the New Testament in Greek; therefore, the one wishing the fullest understanding of Scripture will turn to the Greek New Testament. This wide-margin copy of the Textus Receptus allows you to plunge into the underlying text of the King James Version and New King James Version of holy writ. While modern research has […]

How to Study the Bible

There are many throughout history who have set examples for us in their Bible study. Eusebius said that he heard of one, whose eyes were burned out under the Diocletian persecution, repeat from memory the Scriptures in a large assembly. Beza could repeat all Paul’s epistles in Greek at age 80. Augustine said that after […]

The Old Testament and the Christian

I’ve known many Christians who did not wish to study the Old Testament. When I was much younger, I was teaching from Exodus and a gentleman told me, “Justin, you need to quit teaching from the Old Testament; we need teaching from the New.” I was stunned. In my young thinking, I assumed that if […]

7 Reasons to Study the Bible

How long does it actually take to read the Bible all the way through? If you were to read the Bible at pulpit speed (slow enough to be heard and understood), it would take about 71 hours. If you were to break that down into minutes and divide it by 365, you could read the […]

Why I Love the Bible

With the utmost respect, some people just do not know the Bible. I once gave an exam in a Bible college and one question asked in what city Paul gave his speech at the Areopagus; one student answered, “New York City.” A lady once told me that the Bible said we’re to wear our best […]