Introduction: This epistle shows the oneness of God’s people in union with Christ: In It… 1). The church is called a body, with Christ as the head; 2). It is like a building, with Christ as the cornerstone; 3). It is like a wife, with Christ as the husband. The Author: The Apostle Paul […]
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This commentary on Galatians shows the uniqueness of Paul’s Apostleship and his gospel. Dr. Blue proves that salvation could never be attained by the works of the Law, and that men were declared righteous by faith long before there was a Jewish nation, the Law or the temple. The book of Galatians is the most […]
This 112 page exposition of Ephesians is outlined so the preacher, the teacher and the student can easily follow each thought. The first three chapters explain our riches in Christ and what God has done for every believer. Our position is Christ is explained and magnified. The last three chapters concern the believer’s walk and […]
The Book of Hebrews Like the book of Matthew and the book of Acts, Hebrews is a transitional book. Its purpose is to reorient the Jewish remnant to the basic doctrines of their resurrected Messiah and instruct them during the Tribulation for entrance into the Millennial Kingdom. Dr. Ken Blue does not attempt to reconcile Hebrews […]
A complete commentary in book form and on DVD is available. Go to Open Door Baptist bookstore Lynnwood, WA. for information. LET’S STUDY HEBREWS! WE CAN STUDY THIS GREAT BOOK TOGETHER. The numbers do not reflect the chapters, but the […]
A Commentary on the book of Job. Dr. Ken Blue looks into the suffering of this great saint. To Order.
Dr. Ken Blue illustrates from the rule of looping parallelism, that the book of Revelation is not a contentious chronological account of things to come, but rather a series of several accounts given to John in order to amplify the ominous wars and plagues soon to come on planet earth. Dr. Blue has demonstrated that […]
The Book of Acts is a transitional book. Dr. Blue does a very good job at showing how the Book of Acts shows transition from the Gospels to the Doctrinal books of the church age.