Cyber-Center for Biblical Studies
Herbert W. Bateman IV
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SERVICES PROVIDED by the CYBER-CENTER for BIBLICAL STUDIES


   Video Library: Videos for People Who Engage the Bible Regularly

  1. The Pastor's Resource Review are interviews of people about the Bible and current issues. Sometimes the interview is with people who review new resources helpful for reading and understanding the Bible. Other times the interview is with authors of books whereby they tell us about the book, why they wrote it, and how it is of value for those wanting to study the Bible.

  2. The Let's Know the Bible videos offers teaching and overviews of the Bible. While interviews are short videos to introduce books of the Bible, lengther videos offer indepth teaching on the Bible. Interviews disclose the point of the book, an overview of the book, and suggestions on how to teach or preach the book. Teaching videos are helpful sources for Sunday School teachers, and small group leaders.

  3. The Conference videos are recordings of the annual "Let's Know the Bible Conference." Often the conference video offers a corresponding booklet whereby the viewer may follow along and take notes or perhaps use the video for a Sunday School or small group meeting.

  4. The CCBS Publication videos introduce CCBS authors who in turn tell about the book they authored and its value for people wanting to study the Bible.

   Publications: Books and Articles to Help Learn, Study, and Think Critically about the Bible.
  1. The Let's Know the Bible series are books initially produced for an annual Let's Know the Bible conference that were later edited for people wanting tofollow along in the notes of leading Christian speakers as they teach the Bible. Each book provides Quick Response mobile phone barcodes (= QR codes) as well as YouTube links to each book's respective videoed conference session. Ultimately, they are intended to help people learn and study the Bible. 

  2. The eBooks for Translating the New Testament series is designed to be a translational guide. Each book divides into three parts. First, an introduction prepares the reader for translating the letters. Second, letters are divided into manageable units of thought for translation purposes while providing contextual orientation for each unit. Finally, an answer key is provided with detailed exegetical explanations about the divisions and translations of the text. Ultimately the contextual orientation and clausal outlines enable the translator to trace the biblical author’s flow of thought in a manner that is helpful for teaching and preaching purposes.

  3. The "A Pastor's Perspective" are short blog like articles written by pastors and teachers that address issues pastors often face: encouraging the reading, studying, and preaching the Bible.


   Annual Conference: Let's Know the Bible Conference

            The Let’s Know the Bible Conferences exist is to create greater confidence for anyone who engages Scripture regularly.

 

 

Interpreting the Psalms for Teaching and Preaching

Four Views on the Warning Passages in HebrewsCharts on the Book of Hebrews

Commentary on Jude

Jesus the Messiah