is a monthly electronic journal, edited by Warren E. Berkley & Jon W. Quinn,
dedicated to the faithful exposition of Scripture. Our journal's history began
in 1994. Our writers seek to present helpful truths on selected Bible texts.
Each one believes that all Scripture is inspired by God. Though most of the
writing is expository in nature, some articles deal with special issues and
topics. We invite you to download as many as you wish.
Below is the introductory page to the first issue
which explains our goals as we launched our
effort over a decade ago. Today our goals remain pretty much the same.
Welcome to a unique publishing adventure,
EXPOSITORY FILES. This electronic magazine will be
compiled monthly by Warren E. Berkley (McAllen, Texas), and Jon W. Quinn
(Bradley, Ill.). Our intent is to upload articles with emphasis on the
exposition of Scripture. Four or five articles will appear in each issue.
Journalistic efforts often evolve in content and material, depending upon the
needs of the time. But this is a our starting point. We want to offer articles
which are simple, true to the Scriptures, and easy to read.
The writers are members and preachers of churches of Christ all across the
country. We share a common concern, that Biblical instruction should be
followed. We believe, in every dispensation there is the urgent need to follow
whatever instructions we have from God. Today, we have the New Testament.
Each issue will be numbered in computer style, 1.1, 1.2, etc. This first issue
(Jan., '94) is 1.1 for example; the last issue of this year will be 1.12, etc.
We are not entering into this project to make money, raise money or to compete
with print media. Both editors write for other print publications. Our motive is
to provide Biblical teaching for on-line computer users.
Feel free to upload EXPOSITORY FILES into local BBS networks. And, if you want
your friends and associates to have a copy, regard this as freeware; load it
onto a disk and pass it on.
"And now, brethren, I commend you to God, and to the word of his grace, which is
able to build you up, and to give you an inheritance among all them which are
sanctified." (Acts 20:32, KJV).
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