• The "New Testament for Everyone Series (18 vols.)" has been well authored as an enjoyable easy reader. Each segment covers a passage and usually includes a comfortable sharing of relatable stories with which one may cozy a cup of tea each evening. In a world voluminous in flamboyant speech it is rather refreshing to give the dictionary a breather and leisure biblical studies in a more heart-to-heart manner. Personal growth as opposed to intellectual growth would be my categorical listing for these works. Coming from an Arminian background, I personally do not identify with the Doctrine of Election, Predestination, etc., as N.T. Write makes lite case for in these works. I have seen/heard him allude to man's free will in other sources but did not think he applied or expounded upon those points with the arguments presented here in these works in the topics of Election/Predestination. 3 Stars are given from me for the truly enjoyable read, and only 3 stars for what I felt to be the lack of clear doctrine.