Bible Genre's - Hearing What the Bible Really Says (Cover To Cover Bible Study Guide Series)
'Bible' is a word that literally means 'library of books'. But it is a library with a unity of message that makes it unlike any other book collection. In one sense there is only one author - God Himself. But...
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'Bible' is a word that literally means 'library of books'. But it is a library with a unity of message that makes it unlike any other book collection. In one sense there is only one author - God Himself. But in human terms, the Bible has many authors, each of whom adopted a different style of writing known as a genre. This study explores seven of the major genres of literature used by writers of the Bible: law, narrative, psalm, prophecy, gospel, epistle and apocalyptic writing. Each study provides an opportunity to consider a wide range of Bible passages that demonstrate the focal style and to reflect on what God is saying.
Andy Peck is a writer, trainer and Bible teacher who has worked with student groups and churches in the south of England and spent seven years as an editor with Christianity magazine. A tutor at CWR, he hosts the 'Leadership File' on Premier Christian Radio. He lives in Surrey with his wife Nic and is a keen follower of golf and Everton FC.
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