BibleStudyGuide.org is devoted to providing Bible study resources.
It was originally created as a personal Bible study site by Allan McNabb, who is the owner and sole webmaster. At present, he preaches for the South Livingston congregation of the church of Christ.
BibleStudyGuide.org contains resources authored by a number of individuals.
All of the Articles, Audio Bible Lessons, Video Lessons (except for the series by Harkrider), Topical Scripture Guide, and Children's Bible Stories are by Allan McNabb.
The Bible Class Books and Interactive Bible Lessons were written by members of the church of Christ.
Reference resources such as the commentaries, encyclopedias, and dictionaries were written by people of different religious backgrounds and beliefs.
When using the resources on BibleStudyGuide.org, please use the Berean method of Bible study (Acts 17:11). Only believe the teaching after you find it to be true, as taught by God in His word.
House to House began in 1994 with the idea of having churches of Christ throughout the world cooperating to seek and save the lost through direct mail. HTH is a bi-monthly publication that has grown to a circulation of nearly 3 million. It is distributed by over 1,100 congregations in 48 states and 8 foreign countries, and has been translated into four different languages. It has surpassed the circulation of the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Oprah Magazine, and the USA Today.
Preachers and teachers often use HTH in their lessons. The President has quoted from it in speeches, and Jay Leno has once featured an issue. Church members use HTH as a conversation starter for countless door-knocking campaigns.
At one time owning a Bible was illegal for the ordinary person, believing it was worse, often resulting in torture and death! Bibles were copied and shared with brethren, they could not be purchased so the only way to have one was to copy the scriptures illegally from a friend. This way for centuries the word of God, the Holy Scriptures, were shared in the vernacular language until the age of printing, and then later, the Reformation. The church of Christ existed prior to the Reformation and were the only people to have the Bible except the Roman Catholic Church who kept it hidden. These pre-Reformation Bibles were the basis for Tyndale's printed English translations (1526 updated in 1530) and from there, the basis for the King James Bible (1611). In 2011 the Anglican Church made much about the King James Bible, but they were amiss in not giving credit to Tyndale, a member of the Lord's Church and also forgot to mention they too at one time would burn a person for owning the Bible. This web-site is a history of those people who kept the Bible alive during the Dark to Middle Ages and later, brethren who called themselves - The Church of Christ.
The Christian Courier is a journal dedicated to the investigation of biblical doctrine, Christian evidences, and ethical issues. The Christian Courier is published in two formats: a monthly, printed edition and an online electronic edition.
The first printed edition of the Christian Courier was published in May of 1964 by Wayne Jackson and the East Main Church of Christ. It continues under the co-editorship of Jason and Jared Jackson.
The online edition began in October of 1998 with the objective of developing an online library of information that would strengthen Christians by supplying quality, biblically-sound materials that were easily accessible around the globe.
While articles appearing in the printed edition will eventually be incorporated into the web site edition, they remain two distinct publications.
The title for this complete study is "Rays Of Light." It was chosen because each lesson contains only one small "ray" of the complete "Light" available from the inspired Word of God. The preparation of these individual studies led to the compilation of this series of Bible Lessons. I sincerely hope that they will be as beneficial to you as they have been for me.