A Bible Handbook:
Based on the premise that the Bible is the sole authority in religious matters,
various sound men in the churches of Christ wrote this handbook to help Bible
students more fully understand the Word.
Section one - Items on the Bible:
There is Only One Book – inspiration, authority,
Hints on Reading the Bible – reading schedule, 100 important Scriptures, 100
chapters to know, etc.
Modern Speech Versions – NIV, CEV, The Message, etc.
Section two - Ready Scripture references on Doctrine contains
35 chapters including 12 on denominational doctrines. Other topics include Faith
Only, The Sabbath, Old Testament Salvation, The Godhead, etc.
Section three - Helpful Essays Before You Study Your Bible:
Outline of Bible History
Notes on Foreign Rulers Mentioned in the Bible
Nations Mentioned in the Bible
Dictionary of Some Common Bible Names
Some Short Explanations of Words
Section four – Brief Summaries of the Books of the Bible
with Helpful Data
Section five – Drill questions and more drill!
Section six – appendices:
Some weights and measures
This is the book from the first annual Gulf Coast Lectures. It answers
questions like Who wrote the Bible? Who Decided Which Books of the Old
Testament Belong in the Bible? and Did Gospel Writers Use Sources? Proofs of the
Bible from science and prophecy are discussed. "Lost books,” disagreement of
biblical manuscripts, and authorship of the Pentateuch are explored. Nineteen
chapters of excellent material.