Scripture Study Made Simple: The New Testament

by Thomas A. Wayment

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As an LDS reader of the New Testament, do you find yourself searching for deeper understanding? True comprehension of the New Testament—a book of scripture full of unfamiliar customs, locations, and symbolism—will often require more than just a casual reading.

In Scripture Study Made Simple: The New Testament, readers are invited to embark on a comprehensive journey of the birth, life, ministry, and Atonement of Jesus Christ, as well as the teachings of His Apostles after His Resurrection.

This volume includes a full publication of the New Testament text alongside a verse-by-verse discussion guide designed to expound on familiar topics and help readers understand and navigate more complex themes and difficult topics. The notes themselves total more than 110,000 words and offer extensive helps for readers and teachers alike.

This powerful study tool will enable students and teachers of Christ to more fully understand the doctrines and principles of the gospel with profound depth and actively accept the invitation to come unto Him.

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Size8.5 x 11
PublishedCovenant Communications 2018

About the Author

Thomas A. Wayment

Thomas A. Wayment is a professor of classical studies at Brigham Young University. The author, coauthor, or editor of many articles and several books, he completed a PhD in New Testament Studies at Claremont Graduate University and has published extensively on New Testament topics. He served as the publications director of the BYU Religious Studies Center from 2013 until 2018.

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By , Submitted on 2019-02-16

It feels like I am reading a different book than other reviewers. This is a very easy to understand and helpful commentary . Brother Wayment has a skill set that is very unique, he is a true disciple - scholar, Elder Maxwell would say. This book combined with his new traslation of the New Testament are perfect for our study of the New Testament. As an academic trained historian, I recommend this commentary.

By , Submitted on 2018-12-30

I just finished reading the Book of Mormon version which was incredibly helpful and full of information. I’m not finding that to be the case with this book unfortunately. There’s really not a lot of background or extra information added. There’s just a lot of references to other scriptures. Disappointed that I bought the digital version and can’t return it 😔

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