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NewCity's Equip Podcast is where you'll find conversations and past events from Christian Education and Equipping events at NewCity Orlando.
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NewCity's Equip Podcast is where you'll find conversations and past events from Christian Education and Equipping events at NewCity Orlando.

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1 Samuel | CBR Bible Introduction Project

12/3/2019
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For more details on reading 1 Samuel in light of Genesis, Peter Leithart’s A Son to Me: An Exposition of 1-2 Samuel is the place to start. Dale Ralph Davis’ 1 Samuel: Looking on The Heart is an excellent resource as well (as is his book on 2 Samuel). For big picture overview and some helpful background information, we would recommend the chapter on 1-2 Samuel in A Biblical-Theological Introduction to the Old Testament: The Gospel Promised. And for a helpful visual overview, check out the...

Duration:00:32:43

Ruth | CBR Bible Introduction Project

11/25/2019
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A short, accessible resource with excellent cultural background information is Finding God in the Margins by Carolyn Custis James. Listeners should also check out the chapter on Ruth in A Biblical-Theological Introduction to the Old Testament: The Gospel Promised. Commentaries on Ruth are often combined with commentaries on Judges, as is the case in the Tyndale Old Testament, New American, and NIV Application commentary series. Listeners wanting to go deeper into the theological, literary,...

Duration:00:37:28

Matthew | CBR Bible Introduction Project

11/20/2019
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The book mentioned during the episode is Matthew, Disciple and Scribe by Patrick Schreiner. We would also recommend The Sermon on The Mount by Jonathan Pennington for an in-depth look at the wisdom in that part of Matthew. We would also recommend the Lexham Geographic Commentary on the Gospels for insight into many of Jesus’ teachings and miracles in Matthew, as well as the other Gospels. You can also check out the two part Bible Project videos on Matthew: https://youtu.be/3Dv4-n6OYGI and...

Duration:00:21:54

James | CBR Bible Introduction Project

11/18/2019
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For a helpful introductory commentary on James, the volume by Douglas Moo in the Tyndale New Testament Commentary series is helpful. A more advanced commentary by the same author can be found in the Pillar New Testament Commentary series. We would also recommend The Bible Project video on James: https://youtu.be/qn-hLHWwRYY

Duration:00:23:38

Hebrews | CBR Bible Introduction Project

10/24/2019
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On Hebrews, Mike recommends the commentaries by John Calvin and Luke Timothy Johnson. He would also recommend Ernst Kasemann’s Wandering People of God and a collection of essays titled Epistle to the Hebrews and Christian Theology. Nate recommends the volume on Hebrews in the Tyndale New Testament Commentary series, as well as the volume by F. F. Bruce in the New International Commentary series. The volume in the NIV Application Commentary series by George Guthrie is helpful for thinking...

Duration:00:36:42

God's Word Preview with Benjamin Kandt, Jonathan Duckett, and Nate Claiborne

10/22/2019
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Reading God’s Word is an essential practice in the life of a whole-life disciple. Join us Nov 1 & 2 as we explore the formative power of the light of God’s inspired and authoritative word in our lives. November 1-2 (Friday 7-9pm; Saturday 9am-12pm) Event Address - 731 Brookhaven Drive Orlando, FL 32803

Duration:00:43:08

Judges | CBR Bible Introduction Project

10/22/2019
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For more background details on the book of Judges, listeners should check out the chapter on Judges in A Biblical-Theological Introduction to the Old Testament: The Gospel Promised. The best single volume commentary that is detailed and accessible is probably Barry Webb’s volume in The New International Commentary on the Old Testament series. For a more pastoral, application oriented commentary, listeners should get a copy of Judges: Such a Great Salvation by Dale Ralph Davis (and any other...

Duration:00:23:56

1-2 Peter & Jude | CBR Bible Introduction Project

10/14/2019
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For more background details on 1 Peter and 2 Peter/Jude, Duckett recommends consulting D. A. Carson and Douglas Moo’s An Introduction to the New Testament. Listeners will also find the chapters in A Biblical-Theological Introduction to the New Testament: The Gospel Realized helpful. Ben recommends Everyday Church by Tim Chester as a practical look at 1 Peter specifically. For a single volume commentary covering all three books, listeners can check out Thomas Schreiner’s book in the New...

Duration:00:32:43

Genesis | CBR Bible Introduction Project

9/30/2019
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For Genesis, we would recommend both Reading Genesis Well and Genesis 1-4: A Linguistic, Literary, and Theological Commentary both by C. John Collins. Likewise, Redeeming Science and Interpreting Eden both by Vern Poythress are useful for wrestling with issues related to the early chapters of Genesis. For reading the book of Genesis as a whole well, we would recommend the commentaries by Derek Kidner and Bruce Waltke. Also helpful are the commentaries by Tremper Longman and John Walton....

Duration:00:48:26

The Gospel of Mark | CBR Bible Introduction Project

9/24/2019
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Damein recommend A Theology of Mark by Hans Bayer and Jesus the King by Tim Keller as resources for further study in Mark. Josh recommends the larger volume Four Portraits, One Jesus by Mark Strauss for further study in Mark in relation to the other gospels. Nate would recommend A Concise Guide to Reading the New Testament by David Nienhuis as a helpful resource on not just Mark, but the rest of the New Testament. Likewise, the single volume commentary by Eckhard Schnabel in the Tyndale New...

Duration:00:24:53

Joshua | CBR Bible Introduction Project

9/18/2019
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For setting Joshua into its larger context in the story of Scripture, Josh recommends Dominion and Dynasty: A Theology of the Hebrew Bible. That book is part of a series called New Studies in Biblical Theology that we would all recommend. The commentary by Richard Hess in the Tyndale Old Testament Commentary series is an excellent compact resource. It covers exegetical, theological, and even archaeological details well. For a more pastoral, application oriented commentary, Nate would...

Duration:00:29:53

Revelation | CBR Bible Introduction Project

8/26/2019
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For a better understanding of the structure and outline of Revelation, we would recommend watching the Bible Project videos on Revelation (https://youtu.be/5nvVVcYD-0w & https://youtu.be/QpnIrbq2bKo) An accessible commentary for most readers is Vern Poythress’ The Returning King. Also of use is Michael Gorman’s Reading Revelation Responsibly. The entry on Revelation in A Biblical-Theological Introduction to the New Testament: The Gospel Realized is helpful, as is the commentary in the...

Duration:00:34:38

1 Corinthians | CBR Bible Introduction Project

8/19/2019
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For 1 Corinthians, Mike says that the standard commentary is by Gordon Fee in the New International Commentary on the New Testament (NICNT) series. John Calvin’s commentary is also splendid as is that of Richard Hays in the Interpretation series. Nate would recommend the volume on 1st Corinthians in the Tyndale New Testament Commentary series by Thomas Schreiner, as well as Ben Witherington’s A Week in the Life of Corinth for an imaginative take on the background of 1st century Corinth....

Duration:00:30:18

1-3 John | CBR Bible Introduction Project

8/12/2019
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A helpful resource for 1-3 John is the ESV Gospel Transformation Study Bible. It is like a regular study Bible, except that the study notes are focused on understanding and applying the text to our personal lives. And, this resource would be useful for all the books we read in CBR as well. For 1-3 John specifically, Ben recommends Studies in 1 John by Martyn Lloyd-Jones. The Letters of John by John Stott in the Tyndale New Testament Commentary series is an easy to read commentary. That...

Duration:00:34:38

Deuteronomy | CBR Bible Introduction Project

8/5/2019
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Mike says that Patrick Miller’s is by far the best commentary on Deuteronomy, and one of the three or four best commentaries on any book. It is in the series Interpretation: A Bible Commentary for Teaching and Preaching, but is not just for teachers and preachers. Nate would recommend using Daniel Block’s commentary on Deuteronomy in the NIV Application Commentary series as a helpful practical companion during CBR reading. Mike would also recommend Luther’s lectures on Deuteronomy (volume 9...

Duration:00:27:40

Psalms | CBR Bible Introduction Project

7/26/2019
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There are many good commentaries to help you study the Psalms. We would recommend John Calvin’s as a classic, as well as the two volume work by Derek Kidner as an accessible resource that everyone can benefit from reading. A newer single volume work by Tremper Longman is beneficial, as is his short book How to Read The Psalms. A good visual overview of Psalms, done by The Bible Project, can be found here: https://youtu.be/j9phNEaPrv8 (we would also recommend their other videos as a way to...

Duration:00:42:20