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Understanding Biblical Criticism

Understanding Biblical Criticism

by F. F. Bruce

The term "biblical criticism" simply means discerning the most accurate text of the Bible ("textual criticism") and then exploring issues such as who wrote the various books of the Bible, when they were written, and the circumstances of the writing ("higher criticism"). Yet because the word "criticism" can i… Read more…

Letters of Paul: An Expanded Paraphrase

Letters of Paul: An Expanded Paraphrase

by F. F. Bruce

"This book is perhaps the most accessible introduction to the writings of St. Paul ever written in modern English," said an Amazon reviewer. That’s because Professor Bruce does not approach his "expanded paraphrase" as a Bible translator, but as a storyteller recounting the life of Paul after his conversion and his correspondence with churc… Read more…

The Epistle to the Ephesians: A Verse-by-Verse Exposition

The Epistle to the Ephesians: A Verse-by-Verse Exposition

by F. F. Bruce

A thorough verse-by-verse exposition of Paul’s letter to the Ephesians. "Nowhere," says Bruce, is God’s "glorious purpose unfolded so fully and clearly as in the Epistle to the Ephesians...The message of Ephesians is that only through Christ, in the fellowship of his body, can iron curtains, color-bars, class-warfare and all other divisions o… Read more…

Peter, Stephen, James, and John

Peter, Stephen, James, and John

by F. F. Bruce

It is plain from Paul’s writings that presentations of the Christian message other than his own were current during his apostolic career. This concise and scholarly study describes four of the non-Pauline movements in the early church, each of which can be identified with a particular leader: Peter, acknowledged leader of the apostles; Stephen and the Hell… Read more…

Paul and His Converts

Paul and His Converts

by F. F. Bruce

In this commentary on five of Paul’s letters—to the churches in Corinth, Thessalonica, and Philippi—F.F. Bruce focuses on Paul’s pastoral care and the growth of the people he loved so much. Since we face today so many of the problems and issues Paul and his converts faced, this book acts as a guide for growth. How can we encourage and build up fellow… Read more…

Defending First-Century Faith

Defending First-Century Faith

by F. F. Bruce

What is the gospel? And how was it first preached — and defended? As they eagerly told the world about Jesus Christ, early Christians met with many forms of opposition: religious opposition (from the Jews), cultural opposition (from paganism), political opposition (from the Roman empire), and philosophical opposition (from "Christia… Read more…

Gospel of John: A Verse-by-verse Exposition

Gospel of John: A Verse-by-verse Exposition

by F. F. Bruce

"Exactly the sort of work [written] for ordinary Christians who want to know their Bible better," said D.A. Carson of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. This outstanding commentary is easy to read, informative, and intended for the general reader interested in serious Bible study. The translation used is Bruce’s own. He sets pa… Read more…

New Testament History

New Testament History

by F. F. Bruce

The story of the New Testament is best understood when it is set in its historical context, which is what F.F. Bruce does brilliantly in this book. He begins by explaining the political, social, intellectual, and religious aspects of the Jewish people after their return from exile. The life and ministry of Jesus is then set within that culture. … Read more…

Spreading Flame

Spreading Flame

by F. F. Bruce

Covering the period of church history from its infancy to the conversion of the Enlgish in AD 800, this story of the early Christian church pictures an unquenchable spiritual force organized for tribulation, with spiritual resources never stronger than in times of seeming disaster. Bruce gives the reader a feel for the evangelistic fervor of the Apostles and… Read more…

New Testament Development of Old Testament Themes

New Testament Development of Old Testament Themes

by F. F. Bruce

After His resurrection, Jesus met Cleopas and another disciple on the Road to Emmaus and explained to them everything the Old Testament said about Himself. To understand the Old Testament themes that were fulfilled in Jesus, we need to understand Old Testament thought. F.F. Bruce reveals the context of the New Testament writers' unders… Read more…

Second Thoughts on the Dead Sea Scrolls

Second Thoughts on the Dead Sea Scrolls

by F. F. Bruce

"I felt as if I were discovering the Dead Sea Scrolls myself," said one reviewer because "the book is exciting to read." Although first written fewer than ten years after the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls, this third edition (1964) is an excellent, readable introduction to "the greatest manuscript discovery of modern times." F.F. … Read more…

In Retrospect: Autobiographical Remembrances

In Retrospect: Autobiographical Remembrances

by F. F. Bruce

In Retrospect: Remembrances of Things Past is an intimate self-portrait of the life and times of F.F. Bruce, one of the evangelical world’s most beloved and influential biblical scholars. In a time when the academic community looked down upon Evangelicals, Bruce significantly demonstrated that worthwhile academic work could be done by a… Read more…


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