NIV Teachings of the Torah Weaving Jewish History With the Christian Faith (Black Letter Edition)
The first 5 books of the This NIV Bible portion features the Torah - the first five books of the Bible - with extensive notes that enable readers to encounter this crucial section of Scripture through the perspective of...
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The first 5 books of the
This NIV Bible portion features the Torah - the first five books of the Bible - with extensive notes that enable readers to encounter this crucial section of Scripture through the perspective of a first century disciple. The stunning full-colour interior includes photographs, maps and illustrations!
Explore your twenty-first-century culture in light of the first-century world of Jesus. Teachings of the Torah allows you to study the first five books of the Bible through the eyes of a first-century disciple by exploring the text from the viewpoint of those who have also wrestled with and wondered about the Word of God. It invites you into the questions, stories, and interpretations?both ancient and modern?that prove the Bible is a living book.
Experience these foundational books of the Bible through this in-depth study tool brought to you in a stunning full-color interior that includes photographs, maps, and illustrations.
The Torah, the first five books of the Bible, in the clear, accessible NIV (New International Version) translation Word studies illuminate Hebrew words and explore their meanings Study notes expound on the Scripture and incorporate writings from early church writers, rabbis, and other extra-biblical sources. These notes offer up commentary and ask thought-provoking questions about the text and the Bible times in which they were written. Book introductions and outlines for each of these five books of the Bible ?Addressing the Text Articles" delve deeper into select passages of Scripture ?Day in the Life Articles? illustrate what daily life was like for people in Bible times Foreword from pastor and teacher Ed Dobson
Kent Dobson teaches Bible and Theology at Grand Rapids Christian Schools. His educational background is in English, Biblical Studies and Comparative Religion. He lived in Israel where he studied at Jerusalem University College and the Hebrew University. He has also served as the Worship Director for a Grand Rapids church, as well as hosted Bible related programs for the Discovery Channel and the History Channel. He also leads groups to Israel on a contemporary pilgrimage.