When you study the Bible in chronological order, you can see better how the whole story unfolds. Find out why Chuck Swindoll compares the flow of Scripture to a rooftop.
What is Chuck's wish going forward for those who have journeyed with him all the way through 66 books of the Bible? Psalm 119:11 gives us a clue to his hopes for their future.
When asked to summarize some Bible books in just a few words, Chuck was up for the task! Hear his short summaries of Job, Philippians, Genesis, and more.
Do you know how many promises are in Scripture? How many can you name? Chuck Swindoll says they jump out at you more easily when you're doing a survey of the Bible.
What used to be a fearful concept to Chuck Swindoll is now one of his favorite themes: God's sovereignty. What does it really mean to say God is in complete control?
Just as we each inherit our parents' physical features, we also inherit our sin nature from them. Chuck Swindoll explains how this contamination makes us as "bad off" as we can be.
Is grace a theme found just in the New Testament? Chuck Swindoll gives several examples where grace was bestowed upon someone in the Old Testament also.
Chuck Swindoll reveals a major mistake often made in the pulpit and tells why Bible application should break down any barriers between a preacher and his listeners.
A Bible survey is a remedy for the phrase, "You can't see the forest for the trees." Chuck Swindoll says "God's Masterwork" reveals the forest to prepare us for "tree study."
Chuck Swindoll explains how a survey of the entire Bible helps us see the overall purpose and context for the individual books—how they all fit together.