Bring new light to your study of the New Testament with a four-title, 20-volume collection from noted Greek scholar and popular author Spiros Zodhiates. In this specially priced collection you will receive:
Exegetical Commentary on the Gospel of Matthew
This is the newest in a long line of commentaries by Dr. Zodhiates. The word-for-word exegesis will open new insights into your original language study of the New Testament, further illuminating your understanding of the English texts.
Taking full advantage of the extensive cross-referencing and Strong's Concordance support provided through PC Study Bible , this commentary is a treasury of knowledge for students of Greek as well those desiring to study in English through Greek transliteration.
The Book of James: Faith, Hope, and Love
The messages contained in this book were prepared under the sponsorship of American Mission to Greeks, New York City [now Advancing the Ministries of the Gospel, Chattanooga, TN]. The Mission felt that in appreciation for what the Christians of the United States have been doing for the people of Greece, both spiritually and materially, it should give them something of value from the original Greek New Testament. This study is probably one of the most extended expository works on that much neglected, though eminently practical, book of James.
In the author's preface, Dr. Zodhiates writes: "I am happy to confess that I never experienced so much conviction by the Spirit of God as during the time that I prepared these expositions of the book of James. The study of James has greatly changed my life and thought. I now send these studies forth with the prayer and hope that they will aid in making great changes in the lives of many, whatever their place in life may be. We Christians often allow our confession to become mere lip service. The gospel of Jesus Christ, however, demands that our daily lives give evidence that we really mean what we confess. And it is precisely at this point that the book of James is needful, for it is actually a treatise against 'Christian' hypocrisy. In these studies I have sought to bring within everyone's comprehension the depths of thought of the Greek text. The studies therefore will be of value both to the preacher and to the general Christian reader and worker."
He continues, "Although these studies are based on the Greek text of James, they are not technical or specialized. Their main purpose is to touch and influence the life of the reader, to apply the message of James to practical life. This is a book on Christian conduct. We want to find out how God wants us to behave. But to do that, we have to be sure of the meaning of the words which God inspired James to write."
The Epistles of John
A powerful, in-depth exegesis of the three epistles written by the author of the gospel of John.
In The Epistles of John, Dr. Spiros Zodhiates gives thorough discussions of each verse by delineating and interpreting from the original Greek New Testament text. Also contains a helpful Greek index and a glossary of more than 1,000 words.
And...the 16-volume series on 1 Corinthians
An Unmatched Exegetical Commentary Series on all 16 Chapters of First Corinthians
Examine the New Testament book of First Corinthians with greater precision than ever before. In 16 volumes (see list below), each devoted to a single Bible chapter, Dr. Spiros Zodhiates leads you on an in-depth journey through the Apostle Paul's first letter to the church in Corinth. And with Biblesoft's electronic edition of this powerful work, the complete series is automatically integrated with your entire PC Study Bible library, giving you access to every piece of information in the series that is related to what you're studying.
The complete 16 volume set:
• Vol. 1: A Richer Life for You in Christ
• Vol. 2: A Revolutionary Mystery
• Vol. 3: Getting the Most Out of Life
• Vol. 4: Seeking the Praise of God
• Vol. 5: Immorality in the Church
• Vol. 6: How Far Does Christian Freedom Go?
• Vol. 7: May I Divorce and Remarry?
• Vol. 8: Where Does Christian Freedom End?
• Vol. 9: Victory Through Discipline
• Vol. 10: Accommodating Christians
• Vol. 11: Is Conformity to Customs Necessary in the Church?