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titleIntroduction to this Website First of all, if you are an unbeliever, click here (HTML) (PDF); if you are a new believer, then click here (HTML) (PDF). Also, if you are an unbeliever, see this warning [HTML] [PDF]; it is a different sort of warning than you might expect. Search this Website My most recent studies. Now, about the Website: In some ways, this is going to be a very specialized website which will appeal to a very limited number of believers in Jesus Christ. First off, many believers are going to disagree with the doctrinal views presented in this website, as most believers are legalists and, in some way or another, like to add works to their salvation. Some do this more subtly, along the lines of Catholicism and Pentecostalism (two off-shoots of Christianity which are strikingly similar in nature). In both of these faiths, it is thought that when one believes in Jesus Christ, that he will naturally begin to act like a Christian. That is, his faith will be proven in his works; or, as the Catholics call it, the believer participates in infused grace, where the nature of Jesus Christ becomes his nature, and the true believer will exhibit this nature. I do not believe that after salvation people manifest the person of Jesus Christ, although that is a potential for all believers in Jesus Christ.When it comes to having a relationship with God, there is one way this is achieved, and that is by placing faith alone in Christ alone; this is the only way of salvation. Our lives may or may not bear this salvation out (see the Doctrinal Statement for more information on this). Some believers, after believing in Jesus Christ, spend the rest of their Christian lives out of fellowship after they commit their first post-salvation sin. Now, they may be religious or they may seem hell-bent, but one's life after salvation is separate from salvation. One's Christian life is related to being saved, but it is a separate matter in many respects. Now, let’s just assume for a moment that you actually believe in the same tenets of Christianity that I do; still, this site may not be for you. 99% of believers (if not 99.99%) need to be under the teaching of a pastor teacher, and I am not a pastor teacher. I once thought that was my gift, and I have since changed my mind. For those of you who are believers and in a church where doctrine is taught exegetically and categorically, with emphasis upon the original languages and the historical context of the Scriptures, this site will have limited value to you. You will get most of your growth from your pastor-teacher. This site, for you, will give you some reference material. If you need a quick and dirty explanation for this or that Old Testament passage, you might very well find it on this website. However, I have only exegeted the first 10 books of the Bible, along with a couple dozen psalms, and, quite frankly, I am only pleased with the outcome of 1 and 2Samuel (a work in process); and I am working on the book of Judges to bring that up to snuff. The primary reason for this website is really as a comprehensive approach to help some pastors and some seminary students out in a limited number of books (so far, 1Samuel and portions of Judges, 2Samuel, 1Chronicles, and the Psalms). The work done on the other books will be handy for reference material, albeit, incomplete. Whereas, these are good commentaries on the Pentateuch and the first couple books of historical narrative, I don’t see them as my best work by any means. At this point in time, 1and 2Samuel and a few of the psalms and a few chapters of 1Chronicles represent my best work, and a pastor or a student can look at these for a thorough, one-stop, exegetical study of these books. Also, I have begun a study of the book of Genesis, designed, for the most part, to provide bite-sized portions of this book in each lesson, with an attempt to present the material accurately without a complete Hebrew exegesis. There is introductory material (HTML) (PDF), along with the first 100 lessons (HTML) (PDF). All of the study that you might need to do in the Hebrew and in most categories related to this book has been done for you. My exegesis of 1Samuel is about 4000 pages, so you may rest assured that almost every question that has ever come to your mind about this book has been answered or, at least, proposed, within these 4000 pages. Apart from these exegetical studies, I have posted two notable studies: the first one is on the Doctrine of Tongues. I have probably the most thorough examination of this spiritual gift, and I have included an historical perspective of the charismatic movement, which I think is most telling. Furthermore, I also provide within this study the correct explanation for 1Cor. 13:1, which explanation I do not believe has ever been properly taught before (however, I have been in communication with two pastors who have or will be teaching this in the near future, so it will be explained and it will get out there). You must bear in mind that almost every tongues-speaking church hangs its hat on this one verse; and, without this verse to back them up, there are no tongues of angels spoken of anywhere else in Scripture. The sad misinterpretation of this verse is the very foundation for the tongues movement. You take this away, and there is no foundation for tongues being equivalent to speaking gibberish in church. The second notable study in this book is an examination of the various English translations of Scripture. I must admit that I entered this study with a particular viewpoint and attitude, which changed after studying the huge variety of translations which are available to the English speaking world. You may find the discussions of the individual books to sometimes be tedious (I need to fix that); however, near the end of this study, I have a great many principles summarized and put into an easy to follow table. If you are trying to determine which is going to be your primary Bible or whether you should add one or two Bibles to your collection, it is here that you will probably find your answer. I am critical of some of these translations from time to time, but I have found many of them to have some great selling points as well (including the Good News Bible and the Contemporary English Version, which Bibles did not light my fire at first glance). Apart from this, I do have a number of doctrines included throughout, usually designed to be taught within the context or this or that passage, but which doctrines will also provide you a thorough and well-researched perspective on the topic or topics covered. Although I tend to go overboard when it comes to detail, many of these doctrines are also summarized or reduced in size to cover the most succinct points. As an aside, I love having the privilege, time and ability to do this. I am, however, less enthusiastic about proofreading. So, there will be typographical errors and some other errors throughout. These are unintentional; but God did not give me the gift of proofreading. : ) Obviously, you should not represent any of this work as your own, and if you quote from it, you should indicate the source. Much of my work quotes other sources, and references will be found throughout. Even if there is a thought or a point of view which did not occur to me, I will usually cite the person whose work suggested this point of view to me. As I studied these books with a ferocious thoroughness, I was surprised to unearth an occasional truth or interpretation here and there which I believe has not been presented before. Don’t misunderstand me—you are not going to find any weird doctrines and points of view which contradict orthodox theology in this site—but now and again, you are going to come across a passage, it will be explained to you, and a light will go on in your head. “Well, damn,” you’ll say to yourself, “that makes sense now!” Several examples stand out in my mind: (1) why the gospel is less perspicuous ...

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