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The New Testament Bible Study Set

$119.75 $89.75
(You save $30.00)

The New Testament Bible Study Set

$119.75 $89.75
(You save $30.00)
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Item No. NTset

For a limited time - 25% OFF! (Reg. $119.75)

The New Testament Bible Study Set includes The Orthodox Study Bible, New Testament & Psalms and one copy each of Fr. Lawrence Farley’s best-selling commentaries on the Synoptic Gospels and the Gospel of John. A wonderful gift for a high school or college graduate as they continue their journey.

 

The Orthodox Study Bible, New Testament & Psalms, Paperback: Discovering Orthodox Christianity in the Pages of the New Testament (1,041 pages)

The Orthodox Study Bible, New Testament and Psalms in paperback is the most portable and lightweight edition of the Orthodox Study Bible available today. Perfect for travel and office, this edition features dozens of updated and expanded notes and commentaries. Christ’s words in red.

 

The Gospel of Matthew: Torah for the Church (400 pages)

The New Testament is a Jewish book, and no part of it is more Jewish than the Gospel of Matthew. It tells the story of how God fulfilled His word to Israel and sent them His Messiah, who in turn carried out the work of redemption. The Gospel of Matthew was written to prove to the Jews that Jesus of Nazareth is indeed the Christ, the fulfillment of their Scriptures. It contains the most thorough and organized presentation of Christ s teaching anywhere in Scripture. Thus, the Gospel of Matthew is like the Christian Torah, the record of God's words and deeds through Christ. Matthew's Gospel also stresses the Church, since it is the true Israel, the holy remnant, whose message is to be taken to Jews (and Gentiles) everywhere.

 

The Gospel of Mark: The Suffering Servant (280 pages)

Israel expected the Messiah to be a conquering hero who would liberate the Jews from their Roman servitude. But instead, Christ came as a suffering servant to liberate all mankind from slavery to sin. The Gospel of Mark records Christ's public ministry as a journey to the Cross, yet paradoxically again as a time of vigorous action when His miracles astounded the multitudes, and His boldness infuriated His foes.

 

The Gospel of Luke: Good News for the Poor (432 pages)

The Gospel of St. Luke has been described as “the loveliest book in the world.” It was written by a Gentile for Gentiles, with the purpose of touching their hearts with the Good News of Christ. Luke speaks especially to the poor and the marginalized of society—including women—with an emphasis on joy, healing, and prayer.

 

The Gospel of John: Beholding the Glory (376 pages)

The Gospel of John vigorously witnesses to Jesus, striving to persuade the hearts and minds of the undecided that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and the only source of eternal life. St. John, as one of the Twelve and a witness to Christ's glory, sets his Gospel in a cosmic context, revealing Christ as the eternal Light of God, the Truth and voice of the Father, the divine Glory shining in the midst of men.