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Apostolic Study Bible Notes

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Overview

The Apostolic Study Bible Notes equip Pentecostals for deeper, more informed Bible study. Utilize study helps from Oneness Pentecostal scholars, maps, and a concordance created with emphasis on key words for Oneness Pentecostals. The notes give special emphasis to passages of Scripture that are important to the Apostolic message, and book introductions and outlines call attention to key Apostolic insights, important themes, as well as authorship, date, and other significant information. This resource also includes articles on Pentecostal distinctives of holiness, the new birth, living in covenant, miracles, and more by scholars such as David K. Bernard, Daniel Segraves, and David Norris.

With Logos Bible Software, this resource is fully searchable and enhanced with cutting-edge research tools. Important terms link to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and a wealth of other resources in your digital library. Powerful topical searches help you find exactly what you’re looking for. Tablet and mobile apps let you take the discussion with you. With Logos Bible Software, the most efficient and comprehensive research tools are in one place, so you get the most out of your study.

Please note: The Apostolic Study Bible Notes does not include the Bible text itself. For the KJV Bible text, see The Holy Bible: King James Version (KJV).

Resource Experts
  • Presents contemporary Bible study helps designed for Pentecostals
  • Provides study notes by Oneness Pentecostal scholars and articles on Pentecostal distinctives
  • Contains book introductions and outlines explaining key Apostolic insights, themes, authorship, and more

Top Highlights

“Although not the main point here, the statement ‘for by one Spirit are we all baptized into one body’ affirms that Spirit baptism is key to belonging to the body of Christ.” (Page 1850)

“God asked questions not to gain information, but to provide an opportunity for Adam to admit his sin. Rather than admitting his guilt, Adam blamed his wife and implicated God Himself in the sin. Eve blamed her failure on the deception of the serpent. 1 Timothy 2:14 shows that her sin came out of deception, but Adam was not deceived. This is probably why the Bible states sin entered the world through Adam’s rebellion (1 Cor. 15:21–22), rather than Eve’s transgression.” (Pages 22–23)

“Babel is almost certainly the same city as Babylon. Therefore, Babylon would have been the oldest city on earth.” (Page 33)

“Transgression did not come from the tree or its fruit, but the defiance of eating thereof against God’s commandment. God warned that such disobedience would surely bring death. Dying is not cessation of being, but separation. Spiritual death is separation from God and physical death is the separation of the spirit from the body. Spiritual death came immediately at the Fall, and the process of physical death also immediately began. In the day Adam ate thereof, the surety of death became a defining reality of the human condition.” (Page 21)

“Uncharacteristically, Moses did not give glory to God for the miracle about to occur, but rather claimed he and Aaron would bring water out of the rock. More than the specific act of disobedience in striking the rock instead of speaking to it, the fact that they did not trust God and honor Him before the people stirred God’s anger (v. 12).” (Page 262)

General Editor: Robin Johnston, PhD, Regent University

Managing Editor: Lee Ann Alexander, MACM (in progress), Urshan Graduate School of Theology MA, Southeastern Louisiana University

Old Testament Editors: Chris Paris, PhD, Vanderbilt University; H. Everett Gossard, MTS, Urshan Graduate School of Theology; Jeremy Painter, DLitt candidate, University of Pretoria and MDiv, Regent University

New Testament Editor: Jeffrey Brickle, PhD, Concordia Seminary, St. Louis

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  1. Dennis Anderson
  2. Gabriel Rangel

    Gabriel Rangel

    11/27/2022

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    Excited to see more from Word Aflame on Logos! 👍
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    Robert Scull

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  5. Daniel Aguilera
    The sample pages do not reflect what you actually get with this one. You do not get the actual text from the Bible only the notes or commentary.
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  6. Jesse dorman

    Jesse dorman

    10/8/2021

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    I love this. I also hope to see more Word Aflame and David Bernard!
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  7. Monte Hickingbottom
    Fabulous resource!!! Logos needs more from Word Aflame Publishing.
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  8. Daniel Aguilera
    Thank you for having this resource. I would love to see many more from Word Aflame. Also from David Bernard please. I recommend you expand your libraries to include us all.
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  10. Stephanie Sanchez
    Apostolic Study Bible (Actual Bible), is pricey and heavy to carry with you. Instead, why don't we use the Logo Bible? You can take and read it anywhere. Oneness writers wrote the Apostolic Study Bible, not trinities! So this is the best trusted Bible! Old Testament Editor Chris Paris PhD, Vanderbilt University Old Testament Editor H. Everett Gossard MTS, Urshan Graduate School of Theology Old Testament Editor Jeremy Painter DLitt (candidate), University of Pretoria MDiv, Regent University New Testament Editor Jeff Brickle PhD, Concordia Seminary, St. Louis DESIGN TEAM Lead Designer Conceptual Design Chart Design Tim Cummings Laura Merchant Dennis Fiorini CONTRIBUTORS Ann Ahrens PhD (in progress), The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary MTS, Urshan Graduate School of Theology Chris Anderson MDiv, Urshan Graduate School of Theology Terry R. Baughman MAET, Western Seminary David K. Bernard ThD (candidate), University of South Africa JD, University of Texas Mark Blackburn MDiv, Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Jeffrey E. Brickle PhD, Concordia Seminary, St. Louis Kevin Crispo MTS, Urshan Graduate School of Theology Raymond Crownover PhD, University of Missouri Patrick M. Dotson MDiv, Urshan Graduate School of Theology Gary Erickson DMin (candidate), Covenant Theological Seminary MTS, Urshan Graduate School of Theology Roy Fisher PhD (candidate), University of California MA, Graduate Theological Union at Berkeley H. Everett Gossard MTS, Urshan Graduate School of Theology Robin Johnston PhD, Regent University Jerry Jones MTS (in progress), Urshan Graduate School of Theology Abraham LaVoi Marketing Director, Pentecostal Publishing House John Martin MTS, Urshan Graduate School of Theology Jonathan McClintock MDiv, Liberty Baptist University Jennifer McCurrach MACM (in progress), Urshan Graduate School of Theology MA, Houston Baptist University Jorge Medina MTS, Urshan Graduate School of Theology David Norris PhD, Temple University Thomas R. O’Daniel EdD, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Jeremy Painter DLitt (candidate), University of Pretoria MDiv, Regent University Chris Paris PhD, Vanderbilt University Lisa Nance Reddy MDiv, Urshan Graduate School of Theology Joshua Remington ThM, Boston College Jared Runck ThD (candidate), University of South Africa MTS, Eden Theological Seminary Matthew N. Schnelting MDiv, Covenant Theological Seminary Daniel L. Segraves PhD, Regent University Johnston, R., & Alexander, L. A. (Eds.). (2014). Apostolic Study Bible: King James Version: Notes (Standard Edition, pp. 4–5). Hazelwood, MO: Word Aflame Press.
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