The Bible has much to teach us regarding our stewardship of our time and money. Our sixth spiritual discipline in our pursuit to godliness is stewardship.
Andy Naselli’s book, How to Understand and Apply the New Testament, is his most significant to date; it is my favorite book on New Testament exegesis.
Fuhr and Kostenberger have written a book on inductive Bible study. This is the best book on how to study the Bible using a modern translation.
Written by John MacArthur, Richard Mayhue, and the Masters Seminary faculty, Biblical Doctrine is now my favorite systematic theology. Read to learn why.
Having used Bibleworks 10 over the last three months, I list 7 reasons why Bibleworks 10 is the best Bible study software package under $400 for Windows PC.
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