Bible Study Books/Tools
Vine’s Complete Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words (coded to Strong’s Concordance)
Quest for the Original Text of the New Testament by Philip Wesley Comfort
The Men Behind the KJV by Gustavus S. Paine – Out of Print. Check with your library.
TYPES of recommended books that several publishers print:
A Harmony of the Gospels for your preferred Bible version.
Recommended for KJV: Bakers Harmony of the Gospels
A Dictionary of the Bible
An Atlas of the Bible
A Parallel Bible (having 4+ different Bible versions showing same passage printed across each page)
A Greek-English New Testament Interlinear Bible referencing Strong’s Numbers
Recommended for KJV: Interlinear Greek-English New Testament by Jay P., Sr Green (Editor)
A Dictionary of Theological Terms;
Recommended: Evangelical Dictionary of Theology by Daniel Treier and Walter A. Elwell
About Protestant Christian Doctrine
Putting the Amazing Back into Grace: Who Does What in Salvation? by Michael Horton
The Grace Awakening by Charles Swindoll
What’s So Amazing About Grace? Philip Yancey
More than a Carpenter by Josh McDowell
All the Doctrines of the Bible by Herbert Lockyer
All About the Holy Spirit by Herbert Lockyer
When Jesus Became God: The Struggle to Define Christianity during the Last Days of Rome by Richard E. Rubenstein
Misquoting Truth: A Guide to the Fallacies of Bart Ehrman’s Misquoting Jesus by Timothy Paul Jones
The Footsteps of the Messiah: A Study of the Sequence of Prophetic Events by Dr. Arnold G. Fruchenbaum
Published by Ariel Ministries, www.ariel.org
Recommended Books by Ralph Woodrow:
Women’s Adornment – What does the Bible REALLY Say?
Does the Bible forbid the wearing of slacks, earrings, rings, necklaces, and bracelets? Did Paul forbid Christian women to cut their hair? Must women wear hats to church? Was it a “shame” that some men in the Bible had long hair? This book exposes the folly of external strictness.
Christmas – Reconsidered
Is Christmas an ancient pagan festival to which the name of Christ has been falsely attached? Was Nimrod the first Santa Claus? Was Christ born in winter? Shepherds did not “abide in the fields” in winter, or did they? Does preaching against Christmas ever bring any souls to Christ? Did Jeremiah condemn Christmas trees?
Simply put, this book shows that: “Easter” is not the name of a pagan goddess, Constantine did not start Easter at the Nicene Council, the 40 days of Lent did not start in Babylon, Christians who attend sunrise services are not worshiping Baal, eggs and rabbits are not vile, abominable objects! This study shows how many have been victims of misinformation.
Though Old Testament law permitted divorce–the Lord himself, figuratively, went through a divorce–by the time of Jesus, Jewish men were abusing this law by divorcing wives “for any cause.” This book answers the questions: In which situations does the New Testament permit divorce? Are divorced Christians who have remarried “living in adultery”? Church dogma often targets the wounded, rejecting the very ones who need Christ’s healing touch, thereby further complicating the pain and rejection of these wounded ones. While not encouraging frivolous marriage dissolutions, this book deals with the issues of divorce and remarriage from a biblical perspective–looking below the surface of what some have SAID the Bible teaches–to understand the obvious intent of Scriptural passages which deal with these issues.
Created for Commitment by A. Wetherell Johnson
Biography of Bible Study Fellowship (BSF) Founder
Foxe’s Book of Martyrs by John Foxe
Come, Let Us Reason by Norman L. Geisler & Ronald M. Brooks
The Gentle Art of Verbal Self-Defense by Suzette H. Elgin
What to Say When You Talk to Yourself by Shad Helmstetter
Forgive & Forget Healing the Hurts We Don’t Deserve by Lewis B. Smedes
Shame & Grace-Healing the Shame We Don’t Deserve by Lewis B. Smedes
Healing for Damaged Emotions by David A. Seamands
Tired of Trying to Measure Up by Jeffrey Vanvonderen
Risking by David Viscott (out of print)
Anger: Deal with it, Heal It, Stop it from Killing You by William DeFoore
Letting Go of Anger: The 11 Most Common Anger Styles and What to Do About Them by Ron Potter-Efron, et al