An overview and outline of the Old Testament books of I Samuel and II Samuel.
I got one more outline formatted and uploaded tonight . . . it’s actually two outlines combined into one. It’s 1 and 2 Samuel. Make sure to read the intro, though, and you’ll see why Tim put both of these into one document. I’ve gotten quite a bit done on truthsaves lately. Oh, and we can’t forget Tim’s latest article . . . it’s on infant salvation. Do infants go to heaven when they die? Is there an age of accountability?
Two Old Testament outlines. An outline of Judges and an outline of Ruth.
I just posted a couple of new outlines. I’m trying to get ALL of Tim’s outlines posted as soon as possible, but as you can see, I work pretty slowly. I guess that’s what happens when a person has other priorities, like a wife, a job, a house, pets . . . you know.
Anyway, you can click here to read the Judges outline, and you can click here to read the Ruth outline. These aren’t as detailed as some of Tim’s outlines, but they still provide a brief overview and some insights that you may not have thought of on your own.
An overview and outline of Joshua, an historical Old Testament book.
It’s been a while . . . but I’ve finally posted a new outline. It’s not as detailed as some others, but hopefully someone will find it useful. Thank you, Tim! I’ll be posting Judges, Ruth, 1 and 2 Samuel, 1 and 2 Kings, and 1 and 2 Chronicles soon. They’re sitting in my inbox right now, simply awaiting my formatting. Again . . . thank you, Tim! May God infuse your life with His love as you continue to seek Him.
I’ve just recently done a bit of work on my site . . . and I’ve posted two new articles.
The first covers a sensitive question asked by many . . . can women be leaders in the church? Tim answers this question carefully but doesn’t try to soften the Biblical message.
The second article talks about “first fruits” and what this term means in the Bible.
There are many other articles on this site which answer questions sent in by viewers like yourself. If you have a burning question you want answered, send it in and we’ll send you an answer and possibly post the answer as a new article.
Sometimes it’s nice, when studying the Bible, to get a broad overview of whatever book you’re reading. I’ve just finished compiling a collection of New Testament outlines written by my friend Tim. Tim acquired his masters of divinity from Western Theological Seminary in Portland, Oregon. He pastored a church for almost a decade and his life serves as an example for those who wish to follow Jesus. I feel honored to be able to post these New Testament outlines that he used for his sermons.
These outlines cover every book of the New Testament from Matthew through Revelation. The outlines include a brief overview of the book, followed by the approximate date of authorship, followed by the outline of the book. The last bits of information include the key idea, the key passage, and the key lesson.
For instance, the outline for the New Testament book of Luke begins with pertinent quotes from Eusebius, Irenaeus, Origen, and Clement of Alexandria confirming the authorship of Luke. Tim then states the purpose of the book, and some prominent facts about the book, followed by the date of writing and a detailed outline. It ends with the key idea, the key passage, and the key lesson.
I’ve posted two new outlines on truthsaves.
One is an outline of Philemon and the other is an outline of Hebrews.
Check ’em out!
I’ve recently posted an overview and outline of Ephesians on truthsaves. Check it out (when you have time, of course).
I’ve recently added two New Testament outlines at https://truthsaves.org/outlines/
The two at the bottom of the New Testament page are the new ones – 2 Timothy and Titus. Most of the other New Testament outlines will be coming soon.
I’ve also added an article called How Jesus Fits in the Trinity. It was born out of a question sent in by a site viewer. It discusses a variety of questions, such as:
- Should Jesus be worshiped?
- Was Jesus created?
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