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Founders Press Study Guide Commentaries Upgrade (2 vols.)
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Founders Press Study Guide Commentaries Upgrade (2 vols.)

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Founders Press 2016

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The Founders Press Study Guide Commentaries offer solid exegesis, clear explanation, and practical insights into eight New Testament books. These concise resources are the perfect marriage of study guide and commentary, offering scholarly exposition in an easily digestible form. Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary distinguished professor of New Testament Curtis Vaughan works section by section through Colossians and Philemon and Baruch Maoz gives insights into the plight of the Jewish people in Malachi. Helpful for both pastor and layperson, these two volumes are packed with accessible and practical insights. The well-loved guides aid readers in understanding the biblical text and applying it to everyday life—as well as helping pastors and leaders in sermon preparation and Bible study teaching.

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Key Features

  • Collects accessible study guide commentaries covering three Biblical books
  • Presents thoughtful exegesis and exposition from respected teachers and scholars
  • Provides insights for understanding, applying, and teaching biblical texts

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Colossians and Philemon

  • Author: Curtis Vaughan
  • Publisher: Founders Press
  • Publication Date: 2016
  • Pages: 137

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Colossians and Philemon are books that have remarkable instruction for twenty-first century churches. The problems that the Apostle Paul addressed in his first-century context are still with us today, and the inspired remedies are just as authoritative and effective now as when they were first given. This brief exposition of Colossians-Philemon is designed to assist pastors and church members to better understand the flow of Paul’s thought, the chief themes of the book and the meanings of key words and phrases. It was originally published in 1973 by Zondervan Press. Founders Press is pleased to make it available to the current generation of church leaders.

Curtis Vaughan was Distinguished Professor of New Testament at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas where he served on the faculty from 1950 to 1995. He was a graduate of Southwestern (BD & ThD) and Union University in Jackson, Tennessee.


  • Author: Baruch Maoz
  • Publisher: Founders Press
  • Publication Date: 2016
  • Pages: 132

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Malachi: A Prophet in Times of Despair connects the plight besetting the Jewish people of the prophet’s time and challenges facing modern Christians with words of hope and with the call to selfless obedience.Baruch Maoz surveys the Jewish community’s circumstances in Malachi’s time, the biblical book’s characteristics and its place in the Bible, exploring the text, passage by passage to draw out the riches of the prophet’s message, helping readers connect that word to daily life.

Christians interested in Jewish Christian insights of an often overlooked prophetic book and pastors seeking inspiration for preaching and teaching will find in Malachi: A Prophet in Times of Despair a helpful guide. Readers facing frustration, disappointment, marital stress, or spiritual malaise, will find that Malachi’s message shines on the dark places of life with God’s light and guidance.

Baruch Maoz, born in the United States, immigrated to Israel as a child with his mother. He became a Christian while serving in the Israeli army. He is a retired pastor, editor, and translator of the Old Testament into modern Hebrew, and author with books published in Hebrew, English and Dutch. He and his wife, Bracha, live in Gedera, Israel.