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.
Eternal Life: What the Bible really says—and doesn’t say—about life after death$22.95
JUST WHAT IS THIS “ETERNAL LIFE”?
Chances are that getting an answer to that question is the real reason you picked up this book.
Maybe you’ve read enough of the so-called “testimonial” books about people who claim to have died and gone to visit heaven—and then lived to tell the tale when they’ve been sent back to earth. But you remain more than a tiny bit skeptical.
Does anything that these people have to say about their experiences have even the slightest degree of biblical credibility? Frankly, we don’t think so. And maybe you’re looking for the truth, just as we all are…
We can help. In What the Bible really says—and doesn’t say—about life after death, theologian Dr. William Welty ex-plains what the Bible really has to say about eternal life. Including how you can know with certainty that you have it. And what’s in store for you if you don’t.
By the time you’ve finished reading What the Bible really says—and doesn’t say—about life after death, you’ll be equipped with the tools you need to leave earth behind and greet eternity like an old friend who’s about to welcome you home.
William P. Welty, Ph.D. 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 (2005) of Shreveport, Louisiana and is a graduate (M.Div., 1978) of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School of Deerfield, Illinois.
Foreword by Dr. Garry Ansdell, Senior Pastor of Hosanna Chapel of Bellflower, California
How to Repent when You’re not Guilty$14.95
How can America become great again?
As part of his 2016 campaign for President of the United States, Donald Trump emphasized his intention to make America great again. Maybe it’s time for God’s people to ask what this statement really means by asking what true greatness is.
— Is a nation great because of its economy?
— Or because of its international relations policies?
— Or because of its impressive military might?
Or does the truth lie somewhere else?
In How to Repent when You’re Not Guilty, ISV Foundation Executive Director Dr. William Welty brings to light the ingredients that comprise true national greatness. And it all begins with old-fashioned repentance. By God’s people. Even if they’re not guilty of abandoning God and His standards for life.
When you’ve finished reading How to Repent when You’re Not Guilty, you’ll have the tools you need to begin to make America great again.
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.
Format: Adobe PDF
Anselm Writes Again$14.95
Christians claim that the Creator of the Universe clothed himself in mortal human flesh as Jesus of Nazareth.
Christians have said for centuries that he will bear his human form forever in his resurrected, glorified state.
Debates about this subject aren’t new, of course. About one thousand years ago Anselm, the Archbishop of Canterbury, tackled this thorny subject in a remarkable essay called Cur Deus Homo.
Today, in the 21st century, ISV Foundation Executive Director Dr. William Welty re-examines Anselm’s classic theological apologetic in a fresh, new way.
By the time you’ve finished reading Anselm Writes Again, you’ll know how, why, and to what end God became a mortal human being in the person of Jesus of Nazareth, the most remarkable man who ever walked the face of the earth.
This work is available in electronic format as a Adobe Acrobat® PDF file.
USD$14.95 300 pages
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.