New Testament Questions
by E. M. Zerr
A Review by Nathan Battey
Many are familiar with Zerr's Commentary (a classical commentary among Church of Christ circles offering incite from a layman's perspective) yet few have probably ever heard of this work. I was personally ignorant of its existence until a few days ago when I stumbled upon it. So, allow me to introduce you to a helpful study tool. Oh, by the way, it is free.
The subtitle of the book tells about all you need to know: "Sixteen Thousand Questions on the New Testament Arranged as a Study Course." For every chapter of the New Testament Brother Zerr as anywhere from twenty to one hundred questions for you to answer in lieu of the text.
I highly encourage everyone to download a copy and (for free) and set time aside each day to read a chapter of the New Testament and answer the question herein provided. I am confident you will be made aware of things you never knew, and retain what you read at a higher level.
Be sure to download a copy and share it with others.
Introduction to Biblical Studies by James E. Smith
Review by Nathan Battey
From the writer that brought us The Promised Messiah, Biblical Prophetism, and The Old Testament Survey Series comes another outstanding piece of Biblical scholarship.
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