The twelve books in Arabic, to be found on this CD, are as follows:
MESSAGES FROM PRISON A study in the book of Ephesians
ROMANS An in-depth exposition of Paul’s epistle to the Romans
THE BIBLICAL DOCTRINE OF THE ATONEMENT—a study of Old and New Testament teachings on the Atonement, with emphasis on the fulfillment of Old Testament prophesies in the person and work of Jesus Christ.
FAMILY WORSHIP—a devotional for the whole year with one subject studied each month. An appendix to this book includes the texts of the Ten Commandments, the Lord’s Prayer, Psalm 51, and the Nicene Creed.
SERMONS – A selection of sermons drawn from daily broadcasts.
REFLECTIONS IN CONTEMPORARY LIFE, PART I. This was a four volume set popular in university circles, both in the Arab World and in Europe. Muslims were concerned about Marxism, Existentialism, and Western Secularism, but found themselves unable to cope with these modern idolatries. This kind of study not only analyzes such topics but also gives a thoroughly Biblical answer.
TEACHINGS OF THE HOLY BIBLE—a book dealing with the fundamental teachings of Holy Scripture, as they relate to Christ and the believer’s walk with Him. Thoroughly Arabized in style, the major themes of the Bible are dealt with and supported by entire passages of Scripture which show their relevance to the life of 21st century man.
HEBREWS A commentary focusing on the themes in the Epistle to the Hebrews.
MESSAGES ON JOB A study in the Book of Job .
CHURCH HISTORY—A series of lessons in the history of the church during its early years.
THE OBEDIENCE OF FAITH—Features 13 messages dealing with the teachings of the Gospel according to Luke
GALATIANS –Freedom in Christ. The subject of freedom is universal. While most countries have achieved political freedom, every person still faces the basic question—how can I be truly free, not only from outside oppression but also from my own fears and perplexities? The gospel’s answer is clearly found in Paul’s letter to the Galatians. One is truly free when he believes in Christ.