Surveying the New Testament series unites nineteen esteemed Bible teachers, to accomplish one lofty task: to provide a user-friendly, theologically conservative, and financially affordable resource within the grasp of every serious student of the Word. This series provides a big picture overview of all 27 books of the New Testament, one chapter for each book. Each chapter begins with a concise introduction, followed by a carefully constructed outline and survey of each respective book. This survey highlights the most important concepts and explains the most difficult passages. This volume covers the Pauline Epistles.
“Paul’s prayer life was spiritually rich because the affections of his heart were tied to eternal things!” (Colossians 1:9–14)
“The greater brilliance of the new covenant is essentially due to the spiritual light granted to those who are open to the truth of Jesus Christ. Those who receive this message are themselves being transformed into a reflection of Christ’s glory.” (2 Corinthians 2:14–7:16)
“Loveless service is of no gain to the served or to the server.” (1 Corinthians 12:31–13:3)
“The joy we have in Christ expresses itself in a lifestyle of others-centered living as exemplified in the lives of Jesus, Paul, and Epaphroditus.” (Philippians)
“What one regularly prays for is an excellent indicator of the spiritual temperature of his or her life.” (Colossians 1:9–14)