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Discovering Christ in All the Scriptures Upgrade (9 vols.)

por Fortner, Donald S.

4 editoriales Evangelical Press, Don Fortner, Grace Baptist Church of Danville, Go Publications 1986–2012

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Overview

In Discovering Christ in All the Scriptures Upgrade (9 vols.), Don Fortner presents a holistic look at the Bible, as well as a close-up view of six books of the Bible: Genesis, Ruth, Song of Solomon, Luke, Acts, and Revelation. This collection also includes a volume on the importance of public worship and a one-year devotional. The nine volumes included in this collection examine who Christ is throughout the entirety of the Bible, engaging the reader with Fortner’s highly accessible writing style and obvious passion for the Scriptures. His writings are a wonderful companion to personal Bible study, providing a trove of insight into the Scriptures, and are an excellent resource for laity, pastors, teachers, and students.

A pastor and conference speaker as well as a prolific author, Fortner has much to offer readers, both theologically and practically. His words, brimming with knowledge from years of biblical studies, are more accessible than ever in the Logos edition. Scriptures are accessible instantly with a mouseover, and his studies will appear in passage guide searches.

Want the whole collection? Check out Discovering Christ in All the Scriptures (6 vols.)!

Key Features

  • Includes commentaries on six books of the Bible
  • Provides additional resources that compliment the studies, such as a daily devotional
  • Examines the text in a highly readable and accessible discussion of the Scriptures
  • Encourages the reader in their daily walk with God

Individual Titles

Discovering Christ in Genesis

  • Author: Donald S. Fortner
  • Publisher: Evangelical Press
  • Publication Date: 2002
  • Pages: 352

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“This volume is not intended to be a full exposition of the book of Genesis. The purpose is to set forth, simply and clearly, the grace and glory of God in Christ in the opening pages of Holy Scripture.” So states Don Fortner in the Preface to this volume; and this is precisely what he does. By commenting on the principal characters to whom God revealed himself in the book of Genesis and the major events of their lives, the author brings to light the presence of Christ and the evidence of God’s great plan of redemption in these opening chapters of the Bible. But he does not leave it there: concerned to impart to the reader a greater appreciation of Christ, the Savior of sinners, the author intersperses teaching and application, with the intention of encouraging believers to live lives of worship and committed service to Christ.

How refreshing to find a modern author who believes that the great purpose of Holy Scripture is to set forth the person and work of the Son of God as the sinner’s substitute.

Peace and Truth

Mr. Fortner’s motivation in writing this book is clearly his own devotion to God and his love for the Lord Jesus Christ. He has eminently succeeded in what he wanted to do.

New Focus

Discovering Christ in Ruth

  • Author: Donald S. Fortner
  • Publisher: Donald S. Fortner
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 132

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Everyone likes a love story with a happy ending. The story of Ruth and Boaz has special appeal to believers, because we see in it an outline of our own spiritual history and of our relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ, our kinsman redeemer, of whom Boaz was a type. The revealed theme is redemption and grace. Boaz was Ruth’s close relative, the one who had the right to redeem. As such, he portrays our great, incarnate God and Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ, who has willingly fulfilled the part of the redeeming relative for us. As we contemplate his great love for us, which far exceeds the love of any on this earth, we are stimulated to deeper love and devotion to him and his service.

This book is a challenge to all in our generation who live by their feelings and not by faith in Christ. You cannot read it and remain the same. It is provocative and demands a response. This is strong medicine, but all who taste it will be made whole!

Evangelical Times Magazine

Discovering Christ in the Song of Solomon

  • Author: Donald S. Fortner
  • Publisher: Donald S. Fortner
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 240

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In many ways the Song of Solomon is the most precious and most refreshing of the books of inspiration. It is a book altogether about fellowship and communion with Christ. It is not in any sense to be interpreted literally. It is spiritual. It is an allegory, a spiritual dialogue between Christ our heavenly bridegroom and the church his bride. All who know the Lord Jesus Christ love him. A true, saving revelation and knowledge of Christ always creates an ardent love for Christ. To know him is to love him. It is not possible for a person to have a saving knowledge of Christ without a true heart of love for Christ. Any who do not love Christ, truly, sincerely, and above all others, simply do not know him.

The application and richness of the Gospel is found throughout.

English Churchman

In due time it will no doubt rank alongside such expositions of the Song of Solomon as those of Dr. Gill and Spurgeon’s Most Holy Place. It is a heart-warming book and is highly recommended to our readers.

Gospel Magazine

Discovering Christ in Luke, vol. 1

  • Author: Donald S. Fortner
  • Publisher: Donald S. Fortner
  • Publication Date: 2012
  • Pages: 590

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The Gospel of Luke focuses on the perfect and glorious humanity of our Savior Jesus Christ. Providing a comprehensive commentary on this Gospel narrative, Don Fortner takes readers section-by-section through Luke, presenting Jesus as the Son of Man. Volume one covers the Gospel of Luke’s first 12 chapters.

Discovering Christ in Luke, vol. 2

  • Author: Donald S. Fortner
  • Publisher: Donald S. Fortner
  • Publication Date: 2012
  • Pages: 535

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The Gospel of Luke focuses on the perfect and glorious humanity of our Savior Jesus Christ. Providing a comprehensive commentary on this Gospel narrative, Don Fortner takes readers section-by-section through Luke, presenting Jesus as the Son of Man. Volume two covers chapters 13–24 in the Gospel of Luke.

Life After Pentecost: A Guide to the Acts of the Apostles

  • Author: Donald S. Fortner
  • Publisher: Donald S. Fortner
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 416

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The book of Acts is the inspired history of the apostolic ministry of the early church with the central theme of the ascension and lordship of Jesus Christ. It is a history of the church of Christ in its infancy, showing God’s special providence for it.

This guide to the Acts of the Apostles is presented in a way to help those who teach in Bible classes, Sunday school, house groups, Christian unions, and youth groups. It will prove to be of benefit to Christians of all ages in their own personal devotions.

Discovering Christ in Revelation

  • Author: Donald S. Fortner
  • Publisher: Evangelical Press
  • Publication Date: 2002
  • Pages: 512

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The entire Bible, both the Old Testament and the New, is a book about the person, work, and glory of the Lord Jesus Christ. All the promises and blessings of God given to sinful men and women are in Christ. All the revelation and knowledge of the triune God are in Christ. Christ is not only the central message of Holy Scripture, he is the message of Holy Scripture. To understand that is to have the key that opens the Word of God and reveals its treasures.

Don Fortner shows how that which is true of the whole of Scripture is especially and gloriously true of the last, closing chapters of the volume, the book of Revelation. This last book of the Bible is Christ’s revelation of himself to his servants. It is ‘the Revelation of Jesus Christ.’

The author ably disproves the view that the book of Revelation is too deep and dark for us to understand. God has emphatically promised in the introduction to this book a blessing to the sincere reader and hearer of it, and to the sincere keeper of its words.

The Church of God: What It Means to Belong

  • Author: Donald S. Fortner
  • Publisher: Donald S. Fortner
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 208

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What does it mean to belong to the church of God and what are the privileges and responsibilities involved in membership of a local church? Don Fortner sets out the importance and the essential elements of public worship. He examines the qualities required in the pastor, elders, and deacons, the nature of their work and the way in which the church should support them in that work. He then proceeds to show from Scripture why every true Christian should be a member of a local church and what this involves. Special consideration is given to the place of baptism and the Lord’s Supper in the life and worship of the church and to the financial support of the work of the gospel, both at home and abroad.

Grace for Today: Daily Devotional Readings

  • Author: Donald S. Fortner
  • Publisher: Evangelical Press
  • Publication Date: 1986
  • Pages: 372

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Grace for Today is a book of daily devotional readings for every day of the year with a complete Scripture reference index. The author’s willingness to deal with the great doctrines of the Bible make this more than a book of devotional thought to begin or end a day. The style is forthright and the message clear. Christ is the center of the gospel and it is by God’s sovereign grace and mercy that sinners are brought to repentance and faith in Christ’s salvation. This is meat for the soul and it will be a challenge to every thoughtful reader.

Product Details

  • Title: Discovering Christ in All the Scriptures Upgrade
  • Author: Donald S. Fortner
  • Volumes: 9
  • Pages: 3,357

About Donald S. Fortner

Donald S. Fortner, pastor of Grace Baptist Church of Danville, Kentucky, is also a prolific author and conference speaker.