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The Message of Deuteronomy

Author : Raymond Brown
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No Old Testament book has exerted a greater influence on the formation of both Jewish and Christian thought and practice than Deuteronomy. When we read Deuteronomy today, we hear Moses address us as a future generation of the covenant people of God. In this BST volume, Raymond Brown guides Christians to hear and appreciate the timeless relevance of this ancient message.

The message of Deuteronomy not by bread alone

Author : Raymond Brown
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Asbury Bible Commentary

Author : Eugene E. Carpenter
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Here is the first one-volume evangelical Wesleyan commentary on the entire Bible. Nearly 50 Wesleyan scholars collaborated on this landmark aid to pastors, Sunday school teachers, Bible study leaders, and college and seminary students.

Impressive Parenting How to Impress Faith On Your Children

Author : Mark A. Holmen
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As a parent you are leaving an impression on your children that is going to last them their lifetime. The question becomes, what type of impression are you leaving and is that impression going to lead them towards or away from having a lasting faith in Jesus Christ? At the end of the day, the most important thing we can lead our children to have is faith in Jesus Christ because through faith in Him they can have eternal life. So, how do we lead children to have faith in Christ? That's what Pastor Holmen will reveal based on the work and research he has been doing for over 15 years. Pastor Mark's desire for parents to be "impressive" parents who succeed in leading their children to have faith in Christ is evident as he shares many practical ideas as well as personal letters at the end of each chapter written to a parent who was struggling, as all parents do, to practice this in daily life.

Biblical Hermeneutics

Author : Bruce Corley
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Biblical Hermeneutics is a textbook for introductory courses in hermeneutics. I takes an interdisciplinary approach that is both balanced and practical with six major foci: the history of biblical interpretation, philosophical presuppositions, biblical genre, the uniqueness of Scripture, the practice of exegesis, and use of exegetical insights that will be lived and communicated in preaching and teaching. Biblical Hermeneutics is designed for students who have little or no knowledge of biblical interpretation. It provides, in one volume, resources for gaining a working knowledge of the multi-faceted nature of biblical interpretation and for supporting the practice of exegesis on the part of the student. The first chapter "A Student's Primer for Exegesis" by Bruce Corley gives the student a bird's eye view of the entire process. It becomes for the student a kind of template to which they will return again and again as they engage in the process of exegesis. This revised edition of Biblical Hermeneutics contains seven new chapter that deal with the major literary genre of Scripture: law, narrative, poetry, wisdom, prophecy, Gospels and Acts, epistles, and apocalyptic. The unique nature of Scripture is presented in part three that addresses the authority, inspiration, and language of Scripture. The book contains two extensive appendices, "A Student's Glossary for Biblical Studies" and an updated and expanded version of "A Student's Guide to Reference Books and Biblical Commentaries.

The Moody Bible Commentary

Author : Michael Rydelnik
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Now you can study the Bible with the faculty of the Moody Bible Institute! Imagine having a team of 30 Moody Bible Institute professors helping you study the Bible. Now you can with this in-depth, user-friendly, one-volume commentary. General editors Michael Rydelnik and Michael Vanlaningham have led a team of contributors whose academic training, practical church experience, and teaching competency make this commentary excellent for anyone who needs help understanding the Scriptures. This comprehensive and reliable reference work should be the first place Sunday school teachers, Bible study leaders, missionaries, and pastors turn to for biblical insight. Scripture being commented on is shown in bold print for easy reference, and maps and charts provide visual aids for learning. Additional study helps include bibliographies for further reading and a subject and Scripture index. The Moody Bible Commentary is an all-in-one Bible study resource that will help you better understand and apply God's written revelation to all of life.

A Survey of the Old Testament

Author : Andrew E. Hill
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An indispensable guide for exploring the literary, historical, and theological issues behind the Old Testament. The purpose of studying the Old Testament is to understand God and his redemptive work more fully. However, this goal is complicated by the fact that it was transmitted through a very different language and culture from our own. A Survey of the Old Testament addresses background information, purpose, message, structure, and major themes of the Old Testament to help readers understand its message and relevance. Chapters introducing each major section of the Old Testament are included, as are chapters dealing with issues of interpretation, hermeneutics, theology, geography, archaeology, history, formation of the Old Testament canon, and the Old Testament's relationship to the New Testament. Features included for each book of the Old Testament: Writing of the Book Background Outline of the Book Purpose and Message Structure and Organization Major Themes Questions for Further Study and Discussion Further Reading Complete with full-color maps, photos, timelines, and charts, this widely acclaimed textbook is a useful and readable tool for undergraduate students and other readers who wish to better understand the Old Testament and God's redemptive work.

Deuteronomy

Author : Jack A. Keller
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Journey inside the pages of Scripture to meet a personal God who enters individual lives and begins a creative work from the inside out. Shaped with the individual in mind, Immersion encourages simultaneous engagement both with the Word of God and with the God of the Word to become a new creation in Christ. Immersion, inspired by a fresh translation--the Common English Bible--stands firmly on Scripture and helps readers explore the emotional, spiritual, and intellectual needs of their personal faith. More importantly, they'll be able to discover God's revelation through readings and reflections.

Reading the Old Testament

Author : John Barton
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John Barton's revised classic text is intended for students who have already learned some of the techniques of biblical study and who wish to explore the implications and aims of the various critical methods currently in use. Chapters include: form criticism, redaction criticism, canonical criticism, structuralism, reader-response criticism, and postmodern approaches. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.

The Death of Deaths in the Death of Israel

Author : Kenneth Turner
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This book explores Deuteronomy's understanding of exile. While Deuteronomy speaks of a potential historical experience in the nation's future, "exile" is also a dynamic theological concept. In short exile represents the death of Israel. In losing her land, Israel apparently loses her identity, history, and covenant relationship with Yahweh. Restoration from exile, then, is a resurrection from death to life. A major catalyst for this book is a network of debates among Evangelicals in New Testament theology, including covenant nomism and the New Perspective on Paul. For some Jesus' preaching of the kingdom and the forgiveness of sins is tied up with the nation's expectations of the return from exile, which is fulfilled in his death and resurrection. Proponents of this position (e.g., N.T. Wright) often turn to Deuteronomy for support. Additionally, in exploring the theme of restoration in Deuteronomy, the author argues persuasively for a view of the Torah that highlights grace, grace in salvation as well as grace in Israel's ultimate fulfillment of the call of God.