Acts: A Bible Commentary in the Wesleyan Tradition (Wesleyan Bible Study Commentary)
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An excellent resource for personal study, and especially helpful for those involved in the teaching ministries of the church, the Wesleyan Bible Study Commentary series will encourage and promote life change in believers by applying God's authoritative truth in relevant, practical ways.
Written in an easy-to-follow format, you will enjoy studying Scripture insights that are faithful to the Wesleyan-Armenian perspective. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. Philip A Bence, Ph. He also serves as the pastor of two nearby churches. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?
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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. The book is very easy to read and Dr. Bence speaks from his own walk with our Lord. I have finished it yet but will. He has made me see some of what was going on the the times of Acts and the Apostles. I would recommend ti in everyone's spiritual library.
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase. I liked the overall layout and font of this book. I like this series - haven't gone through the entire book yet but it's logical and easier to understand than some others I"ve tried. See all 3 customer reviews. He also serves as the pastor of two nearby churches. This commentary invites readers to step back through two thousand years of history to enter a world that politically, socially, and religiously is different from our own.
Clarence L. Bence is a professor of church history and theology at Indiana Wesleyan University in Marion, Indiana. He is an ordained minister of The Wesleyan Church, a former pastor and administrator, and speaks extensively at camps, retreats and college campuses. Corinth was a big city with a long history by the time Paul arrived there in the first century.
Disunity was the central problem, and the fundamental solution was love.
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Of all the books in the Bible, the letters to the church in Corinth read like a catalog of issues the church faces today. Human sexuality, divorce, tongues, disputable matters, church unity—these issues are as pressing today as they ever have been. The Corinthians also remind us of our own struggle to get along with each other in the church. Kenneth Schenck is associate professor of biblical studies at Indiana Wesleyan University. His doctoral work at the University of Durham in England focused on the letter to the Hebrews. Who were the opponents to the gospel in Galatia with whom Paul was so angry?
What is the relationship between the Mosaic Law and the Gospel? In studying Galatians, you will find a sincere attempt to answer these and other questions that were critical to the people then, and to us today. Paul holds up the humble submission of Christ as the pattern to be followed. The Lord Jesus deserves the place, not a place in the lives of Christians.
The Colossian Christians were being diverted by alluring alternatives. Paul resisted this, as we must today in the face of extreme fundamentalisms and secular mysticisms. We must know the non-negotiable essence of the Christian gospel. Earle L. Wilson has served as a pastor, a professor, and a college president. He has earned B. Alex R. Deasley has received B.
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He spent several years in the pastoral ministry and educational work in Scotland, England, Canada, and the United States. He is now engaged in a worldwide ministry of preaching, teaching, and writings. Barry L. Callen has served as a professor at Anderson University since This is the mystery of the gospel, revealed by God to this Apostle to the Gentiles.
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But this is not a mystery to God. Paul goes on to reveal several guidelines for living in a manner worthy of this salvation. Author Mark Holmes, a pastor and teacher of God's Word, aptly expounds Paul's teachings, showing that the subjects addressed within these guidelines are "a lifestyle and understanding of God. Holmes links Paul's words with a Trinitarian theme: God's initiation of the plan of salvation, Jesus' sacrifice in the working of the plan, and the Holy Spirit's power to sustain the holy life of those who choose this salvation.
Mark Holmes is an ordained minister in The Wesleyan Church. He has pastored Wesleyan churches in western Pennsylvania and Wisconsin for fifteen years, including his current pastorate in Superior, Wisconsin. The Apostle Paul's letters to the Thessalonians have much to say about how to act as God's church. Paul tells us that the Thessalonians were a model church for their fellow Christians.
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Through the exploration of Paul's letter to the Thessalonians and an analysis of the Thessalonian church, Warren Woolsey gives us a clear picture of how the Thessalonians are an example for us today. Woolsey takes us step-by-step through 1 and 2 Thessalonians, which are "crammed with reminders, instructions, warnings, and encouragement" for Paul's young church. Pained by having to be separated from them, Paul wrote these two letters to continue the ministry he had started among them. A model pastor, Paul had poured his life into the Thessalonian church.
He had become like family to them, and he wished to keep on helping them along in their growth in the faith.
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Through this commentary, Woolsey interprets Paul's letters and help readers apply Paul's words to their own lives. An experienced teacher and scholar of God's Word, Woolsey gives us an important volume for those who love the Bible and desire to obey its teaching. He has been an ordained minister in The Wesleyan Church for forty-six years and has also served as a Wesleyan missionary to Sierra Leone. A cult at work with the congregation. The role of women in the church. Money and materialism in Christian circles. Integrity in the ministry. It reads like a checklist of challenges facing today's church, but it's actually an index of the issues dealt with two thousand years ago in Paul's Pastoral Epistles.