MacArthur's New Testament Commentary Now Available for Palm OS or Pocket PC

Spokane, WA, May 25, 2007 --( Olive Tree Bible Software has recently released John MacArthur's New Testament Commentary Series, which is supported with their free full-function BibleReader application for Palm OS and Pocket PC. This new series will be a valuable addition to your PDA Bible study library, providing insight and application for the Bible passages that you are reading.

MacArthur's study guide takes readers on a journey through biblical texts to discover what lies beneath the surface, focusing on meaning and context, and then reflecting on the explored passage or concept. With probing questions that guide the reader toward application, The MacArthur New Testament Commentary Series is an invaluable tool for Bible students of all ages.

The author's goal in this commentary series is it to bring out the meaning of the different passages in such a way that the reader will be able to hear and respond to God. In his own words, taken from the preface of his commentary on Acts, MacArthur explains…

"It continues to be a rewarding, divine communion for me to preach expositionally through the New Testament. My goal is always to have deep fellowship with the Lord in the understanding of His Word and out of that experience to explain to His people what a passage means. In the words of Nehemiah 8:8, I strive 'to give the sense' of it so they may truly hear God speak and, in so doing, may respond to Him."
— John MacArthur Jr., excerpt from the Preface of his commentary on Acts.

John MacArthur Jr. pastors Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California, and serves as president of the Master's College and Seminary. A well-known Bible expositor and conference speaker, he has written numerous books. He is also the Bible teacher on "Grace to You," an international radio broadcast.

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