Ecclesiastes (Opening Up Series)
Ecclesiastes has much to say to any thinking person who seriously questions the meaning and purpose of life in a universe that has little or no place for the God who created it. The writer leaves no stone unturned as...
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Ecclesiastes has much to say to any thinking person who seriously questions the meaning and purpose of life in a universe that has little or no place for the God who created it. The writer leaves no stone unturned as he pursues his quest. Philosophy, power, politics, pleasure and education are all carefully explored. Here is a man who appears to have everything - yet discovers that he has nothing. Ecclesiastes is a book for modern man to read and digest - resonating with the sense of despair felt by many trapped in a materialistic world where time is rapidly running out - yet continually offering glimpses of hope, before unveiling the true meaning of life that can only be found in a living relationship with God.
>Additional Notes Very readable in style. Rich in Biblical content. Includes practical study questions. Recommendations
"Jim Winter's work on Ecclesiastes provides faithful, informed exposition and sensitive and relevant application. His style is straightforward and engaging throughout and the format, promoting follow-up study and discussion, is a further strength. It is a pleasure to commend this exposition to a wide readership."
- Bruce Milne, Former Senior Minister, First Baptist Church, Vancouver
Ecclesiastes is a book for modern people to read, resonating with despair felt by many trapped in a materialistic world with time rapidly running out.
Jim Winter has been an evangelical Pastor in England for over twenty years and has preached and lectured in the U.K, USA and South East Asia. After a long period of ministry in London's inner city he now lives and works in West Sussex. He and his wife, Marie, have two sons. He is the author of Depression: a Rescue Plan, Opening up Ecclesiastes and Travel with William Booth, also published by Day One.