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  • Author: Guy N. Woods
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Download Woods, Guy N. - Commentary on the Book of James

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Scripture New Testament Church of Christ Living a Christian Life Public Domain James
Guy N. Woods

e-Sword Version:
9.x - 10.x

Tab Name:
James--Guy N. Woods

This .cmti (HD) module for e-Sword (Ver 11.0 or greater),
is the complete Commentary on the Book of James as
written by Guy N. Woods. ©1964 by Guy N. Woods and
published by Gospel Advocate in 1970. This version is
based upon the .PDF version provided by the Restoration
Digital Library. <==Click Link to download the .PDF file.

Guy Napoleon Woods was born September 26, 1908 in
Vardeman Mississippi. At about the age of five months his
parents moved to Holladay, Tennessee where he attended
the public schools. He was baptized into Christ on August 24,
1926, in the Sycamore creek near Holladay by brother J. W.
Grant. He preached his first sermon on September 26, 1926,
which was on his eighteenth birthday, one month and two days
following his obedience to the Gospel. A few weeks later he
enrolled in Freed-Hardeman College, commuting to Memphis
on the weekends preaching for the South Parkway church of
Christ. He did local work in Thompkinsville, Kentucky;
Post, Wellington and Lubbock Texas. Then for many years he
worked as an evangelist, traveling many thousands of miles,
holding some fifty meetings each year while being booked
ahead for over two hundred more.
He was a great defender of the Truth, preaching more sermons
and holding more debates than any other preacher of the Gospel
in his time. He became one of the best qualified religious lecturers
in the nation. He was a Bible Scholar of national recognition and
has authored many religious books including commentaries on
the Books of John, Peter, James and Jude, "The Second Coming
of Christ," "Will We Know Each Other In Heaven," "Biblical
Background of the Troubled Middle East," "A Self-Teaching Text
on New Testament Greek," Two volumes of questions and answers,
notes on Johnson's Commentary and others.
He was a graduate of the school of law, a member of the Bar, but
chose instead to dedicate his life to the study and teaching of the
Word of God. His background in the study of law was demonstrated
in his ability to present very clearly and concisely profound truths of
the Gospel. His scholarship and many lectures on Bible themes put
him in good standing when extemporaneously answering religious
questions. For many years he conducted the Open Forum at the
annual Freed Hardeman University Bible Lectureship.
Brother Woods was very active in Amateur Radio, having successfully
passed a rigid test in electronics technology he was issued one of the
highest classes of amateur radio license issued by the Federal
Communications Commission with the radio station call WA4KCN.
He had three operating locations, his home, his office at the Gospel
Advocate and in his automobile. Brother Woods passed from this life
on December 8, 1993 and was buried by the side of his parents in
Holladay, Tennessee.

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