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- 1 decade agoBest Answer
AGES Software is very pleased to announce The Pulpit Commentary will be released later this year. Undoubtedly, The Pulpit Commentary is the most requested and sought after collection by the AGES Software users. After listening to our customers, and 2 years of labor, AGES Software is excited to complete the most anticipated project in our company’s history.
Not much needs to be said for one of the largest homiletical commentary sets of its kind. The Pulpit Commentary gives a verse-by-verse exposition, a translation, biblical customs, historical and geographical information, followed by the homiletics section, homilies by numerous authors, a homiletical index to the Bible.
The Pulpit Commentary has over 22,000 pages and 95,000 entries. Great care has been taken to preserve all of the Greek and Hebrew and footnotes in this work. Also for the first time, AGES Software will organize all of the Homiletical Indices in this set, into one Homiletical Index for the whole bible. This will mean that the user will be able to navigate either by verse, or choosing from the electronically linked list of homilies.
Biblical Illustrator (CD-ROM)
The Biblical Illustrator is a compilation of many of the most classically acclaimed authors a commentators, organized in a verse-by- verse manner. These authors include: Spurgeon, Augustine, MacLaren, Manton, Godet, Trapp, Lightfoot, Ryle, Hodge, Murray, Donne, Plumptre, Alexander, Owen, Moody, Parker, and hundreds of other contributors. Essentially, for every passage of the Bible, you will now have at your fingertips, a collection of writings, and commentary from many of the authors listed above. Because of the large collection of contributors, The Biblical Illustrator, is a must-have for every serious Bible student.
Renn's Expository Dictionary of Bible Words (Windows)
by Stephen D. Renn, From Hendrickson Publishers - Windows Download Edition
Carroll - Works of B. H. Carroll - CD-ROM
Benajah Harvey Carroll (1843-1914). The Wycliffe Biographical Dictionary says Carroll "was a powerful preacher, keen debater, ready writer, widely-read historian." An Interpretation of the English Bible is long out of print and is rare. It is not a verse-by-verse commentary, but it is packed with helpful thoughts for preachers and teachers. It is an excellent set for a preacher to use in conjunction with his through-the-Bible reading one year. This CD contains the Interpretation of the English Bible as well as 15 other books, from this important American Baptist.
"These works are designed especially for class use in the Seminary, Christian Colleges and Bible Schools, as well as the Sunday School. That they will make the greatest commentary on the English Bible ever published, is our sincere conviction." - Baptist and Reflector
Dwight - System of Theology (CD-ROM Edition)
Timothy Dwight DD, LL.D., grandson of Jonathan Edwards the elder, was born, May 14, 1752, and graduated aYale College in 1769. He then joined the army of the Revolution as a chaplain. His reputation as an instructor and as a preacher led the corporation of Yale College in 1795 to elect him to the presidency of that institution. Soon after he came to Yale College he found that many students were tainted with infidelity. He was among the first, and one of the very ablest defenders of the Christian faith in this country, and by his preaching, as by his sermons on "The nature and danger of infidel philosophy" published at the time, he may be fairly said to have driven infidelity from the college. This CD contains 170 of Dr. Dwight’s sermons arranged as a systematic theology.Source(s): http://www.ageslibrary.com/
- 1 decade ago
Christianity is a monotheistic religion centered on the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth as recounted in the New Testament. As of the early 21st century, it has between 1.5 billion and 2.1 billion adherents, more than any other religion, and representing about a quarter of the world's population. It is the state religion of at least sixteen countries.
Its followers, known as Christians, believe Jesus to be the Son of God and the Messiah (or Christ) prophesied in the Old Testament, the part of their scriptures they have in common with Judaism. To Christians, Jesus Christ is not merely a teacher and the model of a pious life but the revealer of God, the mediator of salvation and the saviour who suffered, died and was resurrected in order to bring about salvation from sin for all. Christians maintain that Jesus ascended into heaven and most denominations teach that Jesus will judge the living and the dead, granting everlasting life to his followers. The "good news" of Jesus' ministry is called the Gospel.
The Trinity is often regarded as an essential doctrine of mainstream Christianity. It is a complex topic and there are varying interpretations. The most common understanding of the Holy Trinity, as espoused in the Nicene Creed, is one God that exists as three Persons – Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. "Father, Son and Holy Spirit" represents both the immanence and transcendence of God. God is believed to be infinite and God's presence may be perceived through the actions of Jesus and the Holy Spirit.Source(s): wiki
- ?Lv 51 decade ago
Do you mean general christianity or catholic or protestant?
for general, go to:
catholic and protestant are two branches of christianity