Chuck Missler takes a look at the nature and meaning of the parables Jesus used during time with the disciples.
Chuck Missler takes and in-depth look at the New Testament book of Revelation.
Chuck Missler examines the controversy over the authorship of the New Testament book of James, and what impact false teachings on this subject have had on our modern faith.
Chuck Missler offers background descriptions of Paul, Titus, and Timothy, and encourages us to deeply study the pastoral epistles.
Chuck Missler takes an in depth look at Paul's epistle to the Romans, and what insight it holds for today's Christian.
Chuck Missler considers the origin of the Gospel of Matthew, detailing evidence for an early-date authorship by the apostle Matthew, as well as for Divine 'fingerprints'.
Chuck Missler describes the theological fullness of the single, not-so-simple chapter that makes up the book of Jude.
Chuck Missler reviews Paul's letter to the Galatians and the effect this book - which Martin Luther called 'my own little epistle' - has had on the history of the Church.
Chuck Missler reviews the book of James, considering its authorship, purpose, and its relationship to the books of Paul.
Chuck Missler overviews the lives and ministries of Paul's fellow laborers Titus and Timothy, to whom Paul wrote the 'pastoral epistles' that still edify us today.
Chuck Missler examines the authorship of the New Testament book of Hebrews, and explores the lessons it provides for us as Christians.
The Second Epistle of John is one of the most neglected books of the Bible. Who was this 'Elect Lady' to whom John wrote, and what are the letter's implications?
The book of Ephesians is a remarkable letter, full of information, and is regarded by many as the loftiest pinnacle of the New Testament, and yet it is also a practical manual for personal combat.
For many , the Gospel according to 'the Beloved Physician' is the most readable and complete account of the life of Christ.
The gospel written by John Mark is fast-paced and full of information, including more miracle accounts than any other gospel.
Luke, Volume II, commonly known as 'The Book of Acts,' is regarded by many as the most exciting and relevant book for the current believer.
Corinth became one of the most dominant cultural centers of its day: materially prosperous, intellectually alert, and morally corrupt. It is no wonder then that the letters to the church at Corinth embody so many of the concerns that plague us today.
Chuck Missler overviews the four Gospels and the unique perspectives that each has in giving an account of the person and ministry of Jesus Christ.
An overview of the historical background of Paul's letter to encourage the Philippian church, written while Paul was a prisoner in Rome.
Paul's book of Colossians addresses a number of false teachings that we face in our world still today. The New-Age isn't new at all - the Gnostics were working on similar philosophies in the 1st century!
Physicist and Christian Lambert Dolphin looks at the terrible price Christ paid on the cross, and how his suffering might have carried over into eternity. And still is?!
Chuck examines the Olivet Discourse, and discovers there is more than meets the eye!
Chuck offers clarity on a familiar passage that is often misunderstood.
The books of James and Jude were, in large measure, written to the Jews, and yet they have important lessons for us all.
Chuck highlights some points of interest in an introduction to the Gospel of Matthew.
Chuck Missler goes over Romans or as he calls it the Gospel of Paul.
Chuck Missler discusses the pastoral epistles.
Chuck Missler talks about pressing On To maturity as he goes through the book of Hebrews.
Chuck Missler continues his writting on the epistle to the Hebrews.
Chuck Missler discusses the book of Galatians.
Chuck Missler talks about the book of Ephesians.
The Epistles of Peter discussed by Chuck Missler
Chuck Missler writes about The Epistle to the Colossians.
Chuck Missler introduces his new 1 2 3 John commentary.
Chuck Missler writes about his updated commentary on Mark.
Chuck Missler writes about the Gospel of Luke.
John’s Gospel is intense and uniquely rewarding for both the novice and the seasoned Bible student. It is a fruitful place for a beginner, yet it continues to reveal surprises to challenge the most sophisticated and diligent.
Jesus, not His enemies, set the time of His execution. This was a destiny established before the foundation of the world.
This book lets Jesus speak for himself, in his own words as recorded by the New Testament writers. In a sense, we’ve created an autobiography.