Need analytical outlines for entire NT (Help?)

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  1. MJ William Denman

    MJ William Denman Puritan Board Freshman

    I hope someone can point me in the right direction.

    I've looked through a bunch of NT surveys, introductions and commentaries and have only found summary-based outlines for texts. I'm looking for analytical outlines, instead, that follow a more verse-by-verse summary, sort of like in the attached image.

    Anyone have any recommendations for where I can find such analytical outlines? websites, books, etc, let me know!

    Thanks

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    Last edited: Feb 9, 2018
  2. Edward

    Edward Puritan Board Doctor

    I would recommend that you refrain from taking the Lord's name in vain, even in minced form.
     
  3. MJ William Denman

    MJ William Denman Puritan Board Freshman

    I wasn't actually aware that it was a replacement word in the first place, so, there is that, however, I've obviously removed it, since, you brought it up.
    Thanks.
     
  4. Ask Mr. Religion

    Ask Mr. Religion Flatly Unflappable

    How about this:
    https://www.amazon.com/Outline-Bible-Harold-L-Willmington/dp/0842337016

    or
    https://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Bible-Outline-Book-Simple/dp/0899571050/

    The outline for the sample you show above in Hunt's Ultimate Outline Book would be:
    Detailed outline
    1. Introduction: 1:1-14
      1. Greetings: 1:1-2
        1. From: Paul and Timothy: 1:1
        2. To: The saints and faithful brethren in Christ at Colosse: 1:2
        3. Grace and peace from God and Jesus: 1:2
      2. Thanksgiving: 1:3-8
      3. Paul's prayer for Christians at Colosse: 1:9-14
    2. The person and work of Jesus: 1:15-23
      1. Lord of creation: 1:15-17
        1. In relation to its origin: 1:15-16
        2. In relation to its continuity: 1:17
      2. Lord of the church: 1:18-19
      3. Reconciler: 1:20-23
        1. He has made peace through the blood of His cross: 1:20
        2. He has reconciled all things to Himself: 1:20
        3. Those alienated by wicked works He has reconciled: 1:21
        4. Through His death, we can be presented: 1:22
        5. We are to continue in the faith: 1:23
    3. Paul: God's minister of reconciliation: 1:24-2:7
      1. Sufferings: 1:24
      2. Minister of the mystery of Christ: 1:25-29
        1. The circumstances of his ministry: 1:25
        2. The message of his ministry: 1:26-27
          1. Mystery of God: 1:26-27
          2. Jesus Himself: 1:27
        3. The methods of his ministry: 1:28
        4. Presenting everyone perfect in Jesus: 1:28
        5. The power behind his ministry: 1:29

    Short of the above, a Thompson Chain-Reference Bible will contain a rudimentary outline on a verse by verse basis:
    http://www.kirkbride.com/thompson-how-to.asp
     
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