Category: Publications

  • 📕 Recovering Ancient Methods of Bible Study

    This book compliments the Hebraic Methods of Bible Study course offered by BibleInteract, and discusses ancient methods that penetrate the depth of Scripture with an Hebraic perspective. The goal of this book is help you learn and practice certain skills so you can uncover a depth of meaning from God’s Word.  This workbook is part…

  • 📕 Remnant

    This study uncovers much new information that is not yet available to students of the Bible. Using ancient methods of searching the scriptures, and exploring linguistic clues in the original Greek and Hebrew text, this project has uncovered provocative mysteries that are embedded in the biblical text. To comprehend these mysteries and the method of…

  • 📕 Searching the Scriptures: The Book of Nahum

    There is no historical information about the prophet Nahum including where he came from or the surrounding events in which he composed his writings. Nevertheless, his message not only applied to the people of Israel at the time he prophesied but also has clear application for our lives today. Furthermore, there is much prophetic information…

  • 📕 Searching the Scriptures: The Power of a Word Study

    Dr. Anne Davis is professor of Biblical Studies at Trinity Southwest University and a teacher at BibleInteract, Inc. Her ongoing research has led her to the Hebraic nature of the New Testament, the intimate connection between the two testaments, and ancient methodology used by the Apostle Paul and other New Testament authors. She writes, “The…

  • 📕 The Fall Feasts of the Lord

    The time has come to prepare our hearts for the Fall Feasts of the Lord, which are typically celebrated in September or October according to God’s 360-day “moveable” calendar. Beginning with Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, and culminating with the seven-day celebration of Sukkoth and the “afterglow” celebrations of Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah…

  • 📕 Joseph and the Coat of Destiny

    Coats in the ancient world represented power, authority, and prominence. An exchange of coats was part of the ancient covenant ritual, a surrender of sorts of one’s authority to his covenant partner. Joseph’s robe was not only beautiful and enviable, but symbolic, prophetic, and even vindictive in the sense that his older brothers were bypassed…

  • 📕 More Promises from the Olive Tree

    Promises, promises, and more promises! The Bible overflows with blessings and encouragement to God’s children. “More Promises from the Olive Tree” is the companion workbook to Dr. Jacks’ popular book, “Promises from the Olive Tree.” As such, “More Promises” expounds on the rich truths of Scripture, taking them from head-to-heart through thought provoking comprehension and…

  • 📕 Growing in the Gospel

    How did the people of Jesus’ day view the Trinity? This spiritual discussion guide delves into the concept of the Trinity and how the Christian doctrine was developed in the early church. The Trinity doctrine is rooted in the culture of the time of Jesus (Yeshua in Hebrew), and in this short study we take…

  • 📕 Introduction to Biblical Archaeology

    Biblical Archaeology is a popular topic among Christians today. After all, it takes a written account of the Bible andmakes it living and real. In churches today it is common to use what archaeologists are finding in the field to “prove” the authenticity of the Bible. However, much of what archaeology has uncovered has generated…

  • 📕 Discovering Biblical Treasures

    In this commentary, Dr. Koplitz has applied ancient methods of searching the Scriptures that enable students of the Bible to penetrate the depth of Scripture. This commentary illustrates the Hebraic nature of the Bible and shows how the Hebrew Scriptures compliment the New Testament, which, in turn, shed light on the original intent of the…

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