A Harmony of the Gospels – Digital edition (PDF only)
This Adobe® Acrobat® PDF file formatted electronic document places the Greek text of the four Gospels of the New Testament on left facing pages with the corresponding text of the Holy Bible: International Version on right facing pages. The words of Jesus the Messiah are tagged in both the Greek and ISV texts in red fonts. Synoptic parallels outline is based on, but not an exact correspondence to John A. T. Robertson’s classic work.
The Holy Bible: International Standard Version (Hebrew Scriptures edition) – Digital edition (PDF only)$25.00
Identical in content to the Bible familiar to Christian readers, this Hebrew Scriptures edition of the ISV places the books of the Old Testament in the traditional order preferred by the Jewish community: the Torah (the first 5 books of Moses), the Nevi’im (the prophetic writings), and the Chetubim (the historical and poetic books). The table of contents reflects the traditional Hebrew Scriptures order, but the New Testament books appear in the traditional book order familiar to Christians. This edition may be particularly useful for members of the Messianic Jewish community. This download contains the PDF format only. Please see our other product list for the EPUB, MOBI, HTML, and Adobe AIR file editions as separate downloads.
A User’s Manual for the Bible$14.95
Are you living what you believe?
In today’s world, there’s a good chance that your knowledge of the Bible is less than stellar.
If this describes you, we recommend you read A User’s Manual for the Bible, by respected theologian and biblical scholar Dr. William Welty.
In it, a succinct summary of all 66 books of the Bible is presented, along with a comprehensive outline of its contents derived from the Holy Bible: International Standard Version.
This work is available in electronic format as an Adobe Acrobat® PDF file.
USD$14.95 318 pages
What to Expect When you Go to Court$9.95
IT’S NOT IF, BUT WHEN…
Our Master Jesus the Messiah warned us ahead of time: “So when they persecute you in one town…” That’s “When..” Not “If…” Is it possible you’re one of these folk? Maybe…
- Some petty municipal bureaucrat doesn’t want you to use your own home for a Bible Study.
- A public school teacher wants your 7th grade daughter to kill herself because she loves God.
- You’re in the armed services and somebody won’t let you pray in Jesus’ name.
Or perhaps worse…?
In What to Expect when You Go to Court, Dr. William Welty examines a case study in politically motivated state persecution of Christians. It’s the only transcript of a legal trial that you’ll find in the Bible.
Dr. Welty’s insightful examination of the Apostle Paul’s trial before Felix recorded in Acts 24 reveals how a conniving attorney put Paul on trial for his life.
By the time you’ve finished reading What to Expect when You Go to Court, you’ll know what you can do to prepare for possible rough days ahead…
The Creation Account$24.95
Was it Six Days?
Or 15 Billion Years?
Nothing will generate an argument quicker than when two people get together to ask “How long did it really take for God to create the universe? So maybe it’s time to bring some order to the chaos that surrounds the controversy.
As one of the crafters of the ground-breaking Holy Bible: International Standard Version, Dr. William Welty is well versed in the original Hebrew language construction and grammatical nuances contained in Genesis 1-2.That’s why in The Creation Account, Dr. Welty brings to light nuances from within the biblical text that may have escaped notice by both sides of the Young Earth/Old Earth interpretive debate.
By the time you’ve finished reading The Creation Account, you’ll understand the significant issues that affect the dispute. Can those who believe the Creation Week consisted of six literal days and those who believe that the text says something entirely different both be right? Or might they both be wrong?
William Welty is Executive Director of the ISV Foundation, producers of the Holy Bible: International Standard Version. He holds a Ph.D. in Christian Communications from Louisiana Baptist University and is a 1978 graduate (M.Div.) of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School of Deerfield, Illinois.