Commentary on Ephesians
By Dr. Steve Combs
Our Spiritual Blessings in Him
Election and Predestination
Dispensation of the Fulness of Times
Unity of the Church in Christ
Doctrinal Truth and Purity
Unity of Love in the church
Moral living in a Dark World
The Filling of the Spirit
The Music of the Church
Marriage: a Picture of the Church
The Warfare of the Church
Missions in the 21st Century
By Dr. Steve Combs
After the Lord Jesus rose from the dead He gave us our marching orders, the great commission. This command has not yet been fulfilled. We have not yet reached to the uttermost parts of the earth. There are still regions beyond to which we must go. Pioneer missions must still be a major factor in our missions planning and strategy. We are trying to reach the world's majority people, we must not neglect the smaller peoples. to edit.
Commentary on Romans
Dr. Steve Combs
Who am I, Who is God, why was I born, where am I going? The future, life after death, eternal happiness, victory and fulfillment in life: these are the subjects of the Book of Romans. All the great questions of life are answered in its pages. It explains sin, forgiveness, redemption, justification, and sanctification. The Book of Romans is the greatest Book in the New Testament to give us an understanding of salvation through faith in the Lord Jesus Christ.
Dr. Jim Taylor
The King James Version is the undisputed king of Bible translations. It has stood the test of time and the attacks of its critics. Even those who use other translations would readily admit that the scholarship and care put into the translation is exemplary. Every good Bible translator wants to produce a work that is as good as the King James Version. But what was their approach? What was their philosophy? The letter of the translators can tell us much! This book is a Bible translator's look at the contents of the King James Version Translators' letter to the reader.
By Dr. Steve Combs Bible Translating for all nations.
The Study of translating is one of the most important…in modern times and probably one of the most neglected. This book has opened the door to these matters so that they may be comprehended in a precise, unambiguous way. Man cannot and should not assume that he can establish the “rules’ for how to make God’s Words known.
Greek Grammar of the Textus Receptus
Dr Steve Combs
The distinctives of this grammar include:
1. This grammar is based on the Greek Textus Receptus, which is the source of the KJV New Testament.
2. This grammar includes the doctrines of the inspiration and preservation of the Bible and the history of the New Testament Text.
3. This grammar includes lessons we can learn from the translation choices and methods of the KJV translators.
4. This grammar includes the entire first chapter of John in Greek and teaches the student through Biblical examples.
5. The lessons start with John 1:1 and explain the topics raised by that and succeeding verses.
6. All aspects of basic grammar are covered.
7. Examples and exercises are drawn from the Received Greek Text with only rare non-biblical examples.
8. This grammar (especially the final chapters) includes instruction on key principles of translating.
In Defense of the Textus Receptus
By Dr. Jim Taylor
Are all Bible translations created equal? Is there s a pure Bible free from error? What does the Bible teach about itself? This book is written for layman and scholar alike. It is a fresh but systematic explanation of inspiration, preservation, canonization and transmission as they apply to the Bible controversy raging in our churches today. The author is a veteran missionary and Bible translator who travels world-wide assisting Bible translation teams.
The Greek New Testament is the 1881 printing of the Textus Receptus edited by Frederick H. A. Scrivener, a well-respected late nineteenth century scholar. The Textus Receptus (TR), also called the Received Text, is a printed Greek New Testament that is based on the vast majority of ancient hand-written New Testament manuscripts. This massive quantity of manuscripts is called the Traditional or Byzantine Text. The King James Version New Testament was translated from the Received Text. The TR was first published in 1516. This volume is similar to interlinears, in that it compares the Greek and English. The KJV is a translation that has stood the dual tests of time and God’s scrutiny. For over four hundred years, God has placed His stamp of approval on it. He has used the KJV and the TR for every great movement of world-wide evangelism since 1611. Even today, with all the new translations and the interlinears, the KJV is still a worldwide best seller every year.
The Book of Redemption (English)
Edited By the BPS GLobal Staff
This book answers five questions everyone may ask in their lifetime. Here, you will read only what God says from the Bible. There are no words of man; you will only read the words of God. God's Word, the Bible is clear in its answers.
Who Is God?
How Did I Get Here?
What Happened to Mankind?
What is Mankind’s Connection to Jesus?
Is Heaven Real?