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1. Please note: Warren Camp’s commentary pages for “First Peter” haven’t all been written. Neither has he compiled his collection of high-definition graphics that he'll include with his commentaries. He expects to complete his “First Peter” collection of summaries within the next nine weeks.
2. Brand-new photo album: Warren has published his huge photo album titled “Peter Masterpieces.” In it he presents 550 famous “Peter” works of art including historic paintings, etchings, sculptures, engravings, drawings, stained glass, and other artwork monuments. They come from the Gothic (1100–1400), High Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Neoclassicism, and Romanticism (1800s) eras. All are popular works, designed and created by famous, notable artists, many of whom you’ll likely recognize, including Rembrandt, Correggio, Raphael, Michelangelo, El Greco, Da Vinci, Masaccio, Huret, Ricci, Duccio, Galle, Tissot, Tintoretto, Botticelli, Dürer, Veneziano, Reni, Caravaggio, Rubens, Giotto, Titian, De Ribera, Fra Angelico, Goya, Vasari, and many more. Open his photo album.
While waiting for Warren to complete writing his twenty new “First Peter” commentaries, you can start by reading his “Introduction to 1st and 2nd Peter.”
In Warren’s “Introduction” commentary, you’ll find his answers to these often-asked questions:
› Who was Peter, the author of these first and second epistles/letters?
› When, where, to whom, and why were these two letters written?
› What are each letter’s purpose and key points?
› How are Peter’s two letters applicable for us today?
Kindly check back in a few weeks to find, read, and study from Warren’s commentaries. Then, begin an enlightening weekly Bible study of “First Peter.” Thank you.