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  • Author: Chuck Smith
  • e-Sword Version: 9.x - 10.x
  • Tab Name: CSm

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Download Smith, Chuck - Through the Bible Commentary C2000 Series (Updated) 8.0

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Calvary Chapel Whole Bible Dispensationalism Living a Christian Life Copyrighted
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Author:
Chuck Smith

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

Tab Name:
CSm

Under copyright but permission obtained from Calvary Chapel Costa News for e-Sword.

The C2000 Series commentary consists of transcriptions of recordings of Pastor Chuck Smith's “Through the Bible” messages delivered at Calvary Chapel of Costa Mesa.


A little information about Chuck Smith and Calvary Chapel:

Affiliates of Calvary Chapel believe in the fundamental doctrines of evangelical Christianity, which include the inerrency of the Bible and the Trinity. Within evangelical Christianity, they say that they stand in the "middle ground between fundamentalism and Pentacostalism in modern Protestant theology". While they share with fundamentalism a belief in the inerrancy of the Bible, unlike fundamentalists, they accept spiritual gifts. However, they feel that Pentecostalism values experience at the expense of the word of God.

Calvinism and Arminianism

According to Calvary Chapel literature, the association strives to "strik[e] a balance between extremes" when it comes to controversial theological issues such as Calvinism's and Arminianism's conflicting views on salvation. Calvary Chapels hold the following views on the five points:

1. Regarding total depravity, Calvary Chapel affirms that "apart from God's grace, no one can be saved," and that "mankind is clearly fallen and lost in sin."

2. Regarding unconditional election, Calvary Chapel affirms that God, "based on his foreknowledge, has predestined the believer," and that "God clearly does choose, but man must also accept God's invitation to salvation."

3. Regarding limited atonement, Calvary Chapel affirms that Jesus died "for the whole world" and that the "atoning sacrifice of Jesus Christ was clearly sufficient to save the entire human race."

4. Regarding irresistable grace, Calvary Chapel affirms that "God's grace can either be resisted or received by the exercise of human free will".

5. Calvary Chapels "believe in the perseverence of the saints (true believers) but are deeply concerned about sinful lifestyles and rebellious hearts among those who call themselves 'Christians'."



Eschatology

Calvary Chapels strongly espouse pretribulationist and premillenialist views in their eschatology (the study of the end times). They believe that the rapture of the Church will occur first, followed by a literal seven-year period of Great Tribulation, followed by the 2nd Coming of Jesus Christ, and then finally a literal thousand-year reign of Jesus Christ on earth called the Millenial Kingdom. Calvary Chapel also rejects supressionsism and instead believes that the Jews remain God's chosen people and that Israel will play an important part in the end times.

Source:
http://en.wikipedia..../Calvary_Chapel

What's New in Version 8.0 (See full changelog)

  • 3.0 Updated duplicate commentary in Duet 22
  • 4.0 Updated duplicate commentary in Matt 7
  • 5.0 Updated to work with default e sword fonts
  • 6.0 Fixed some problems in Gen 1 and Gen 2
  • 7.0 Fixed Gen 1:1 and removed spacing at top of each entry
  • 8.0 Added content for Hebrews 1 and 2


It's a good add on. He's known for reading through the Bible (I think Sunday nights) and commenting on the text. As I've used it on other PCs, it looks like this is it.
This is a good commentary. Just be aware of some of the quirks of his theology that motivate some strange interpretations of the text..
Chuck Smith announced today at the new years day service that he has lung cancer.

Even though I have never met pastor Chuck, I have been greatly blessed to listen to him teach since I was a young Christian. I have also been blessed by the many pastors and teachers who have learned to interpret the Bible in a straightforward way through him. Please pray for pastor Chuck if you are blessed by his commentary.

http://blog.godrepor...as-lung-cancer/
Updated to work with the default e sword fonts.
Peter...
looks good....thanks peter !

Dartmaster644
All,
This commentary was completed via the manual copy and paste method before Josh created many of his tools that would have made making this commentary much "easier". Please let me know if you find any other duplicated or missing material.
Blessings,
Peter

Chistopher29,Gen 1:9-31 has been fixed. Also Gen 1:1-8 has been improved with paragraph spacing and Gen 2 has also been added. I don't know how those got lost. Thanks for reporting the problem.Peter

Thank you...I appreciate it.

Just installed this module update, and noticed a few odd, undesirable things:

- The module info screen (comes up when "Information..." selected from the Commentary Menu) is now completely blank - the older version displayed the series name, attributed the content to Chuck Smith, and gave the link to twft.com

- The tab label changed from CSmith to CSm. Csmith was sorted and appeared sorted alphabetically by the first letter, "C". CSm appears sorted as an "S"

- In the old version all of the content displayed, like all other modules, with a small left margin between the text and the edge of the Commentaries window. The text in the new update displays right up against the left edge with no margin, harder on the eyes to read.

Can any of these things be fixed or restored in a future update?

Thanks!

Just installed this module update, and noticed a few odd, undesirable things:

- The module info screen (comes up when "Information..." selected from the Commentary Menu) is now completely blank - the older version displayed the series name, attributed the content to Chuck Smith, and gave the link to twft.com

- The tab label changed from CSmith to CSm. Csmith was sorted and appeared sorted alphabetically by the first letter, "C". CSm appears sorted as an "S"

- In the old version all of the content displayed, like all other modules, with a small left margin between the text and the edge of the Commentaries window. The text in the new update displays right up against the left edge with no margin, harder on the eyes to read.

Can any of these things be fixed or restored in a future update?

Thanks!

 

Hi DavidinSD,

 

Thanks for you comments.

 

I will have to update the module information on the next module update.  Thanks for pointing that out.

 

You can rename the tabs to anything you like with this program

http://www.biblesupp...rd-tab-renamer/

 

You can change the order in which the commentaries appear by changing the name of the file itself. 

 

Most of our commentaries are against the left edge.  This is the standard way e sword commentaries are made.

 

Blessings,

Peter

Pastor Chuck has gone to be with Jesus.  It is hard to overstate how much Jesus used his life and teachings.

 

Ed Stetzer, discusses his impact from a historical perspective here:

 

http://www.christian...-1927-2013.html

 

The last item that Ed Stetzer mentions cannot be overemphasized... the emphasis on verse by verse teaching through the entire Bible has had amazing impact all around the world.


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