Cyber-Center for Biblical Studies
Welcome to the Cyber-Center for Biblical Studies
Let's Know the Bible: This presents a short video that underscores, in a single and concise sentence, the message of Hebrews. Other issues of authorship, the warning passages, and suggested commentaries for further study are duly noted.
Cyber-Center for Biblical Studies: A One-Year Commemoration. The Cyber-Center for Biblical Studies celebrates its one-year anniversary. This video reflects on where the Cyber-Center has been over the past year and anticipates future publications and video productions that will continue to serve as a resource center for pastors and students preparing for ministry.
Jude Part 6: Jude’s Salutation & Doxology. The Cyber-Center for Biblical Studies presents part 6 of the series that focuses attention on the letter of Jude. In this video, Bateman discusses the opening salutation and closing doxology of Jude's letter. He identifies characteristics unique to Jude that tie the two together.
The Pastor's Survival Guide: The Cyber-Center for Biblical Studies presents another in the series a "Pastor's Continuing Education" featuring Pastor Scott Barger and Pastor Aaron Peer. Scott and Aaron, co-hosts of "The Pastor's Survival Guide," share several memorable stories from their podcast that focuses attention on everyday issues of everyday pastors.
A Pastor's Resource Review: This viedo features the book Interpreting the Psalms for Teaching and Preaching. Senior Pastor Lee Compson shares how the book has been of value to his study and preaching of the Psalms at First Brethren Church of Milford (Northern Indiana). Pastor Compson also identifies several other helpful sources for his study and preaching of the Psalms.
A Pastor's Study beyond the Sermon: Frequently, pastors do more than just study to prepare for weekly sermons. Pastor Tim Sprankle is one of those pastors. This video features Pastor Sprankle shares a paper he wrote entitled "The Inconspicuous Adam," presented at the Midwest Regional Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society, and scheduled for publication at the end of the month. See what he has to say about his article "The Inconspicuous Adam" and more importantly why he wrote it. Pastor Sprankle's article is posted as a free download on this page.
Cyber-Center for Biblical Studies is a
LET'S KNOW THE BIBLE
2014 Fall Conference
Conference will be held at the Russell Conference Center
1003 Presidential Drive, Winona Lake, IN
8:00 a.m. - Noon
Do you know God's Big Picture?
Want to expand your understanding of the Bible?
Please come and join us.
Conference fee $12.95
Student fee $9.95
Conference Booklet $7.95
You can expect publishes like Kregel, InterVarsity Press, BMH Books, Weaver Books, and Eisenbruans to display and sell books written by leading Evangelical authors at substantial discounts!
You can also expect coffee, tea, various baked breads, muffins, cookies, good conversation, and an opportunity to purchase books before-during-after the conference.
eBooks for Translating the New Testament
Translating Jude Clause by Clause: An Exegetical Guilde guides a person in translating Jude from Greek into English. To purchase a hardcopy or eBook go to Amazon. For a description of the book, see
Journal Article Downloads
"Defining the Titles Christ and Son of God in Mark's Narrative Presentation of Jesus" by Herbert W. Bateman IV
"Inconspicuous Adam" by Timothy D. Sprankle
"Jesus The Messiah" by Herbert W. Bateman IV
"Psalm 45-6-7 and Its Christological Contributions to Hebrews" by Herbert W. Bateman IV
"Psalm 110-1 and the New Testament" by Herbert W. Bateman IV
"Rebellion and God's Judgment in the Book of Jude" by Herbert W. Bateman IV
"Second Temple Exegetical Practices and Hebrews" by Herbert W. Bateman IV
"Two First- Century Messianic Uses of the Old Testament" by Herbert W. Bateman IV
"Were the Opponents at Philippi Necessarily Jewish" by Herbert W. Bateman IV
Let's Know the Bible
A Pastor's Resource Review
A Pastor's Study Beyond the Sermon
A Pastor's Education
All CCBS videos may be accessed via the YouTube icon in the upper right hand corner of this page.