Testaments of Love: A Study of Love in the Bible
"Leon Morris, with his usual breadth and precision, has given us another of his thorough biblical studies, this time on the theme of love, human and divine. Concise yet complete, studded with a galaxy of fine quotations, written in sprightly...
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"Leon Morris, with his usual breadth and precision, has given us another of his thorough biblical studies, this time on the theme of love, human and divine. Concise yet complete, studded with a galaxy of fine quotations, written in sprightly style, this book leads us through most everything important the Bible tells us about the wonder and power of love." - Lewis Smedes, Fuller Theological Seminary "With his usual vigorous scholarship and careful attention to the text, Leon Morris here presents a highly rewarding study of the biblical idea of love as set forth in both testaments. He provides an invaluable guide for the student who would explore this central theme of the Bible and a vast repertoire for the minister seeking to instruct his congregation in the nature of divine and human love." - Kenneth Kantzer, Former Editor, Christianity Today "There are few concepts more frequently misunderstood than the Biblical concept of love. Dr. Morris's work is the most comprehensive and lucid treatment of this concept I've ever seen. It is a must for our times." - R. C. Sproul, is chairman and founder of Ligonier Ministries.
Leon Lamb Morris was an Australian New Testament scholar. He received his Ph.D. at the University of Cambridge which became his first major book, The Apostolic Preaching of the Cross. He served as Warden of Tyndale House, Cambridge (1960-64); Principal of Ridley College in Melbourne, Australia (where they have named a library in his honour); and Visiting Professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.
He published numerous theological works and commentaries on the Bible, notable among which are The Atonement: Its Meaning and Significance, New Testament Theology, and The Gospel According to John and 1 and 2 Thessalonians (New International Commentary on the New Testament series) and The Gospel According to Matthew, and The Epistle to the Romans (Pillar Series). Morris was also the editor of the invaluable Tyndale Bible Commentary Series and the author of volumes on Luke, 1 Corinthians, 1 and 2 Thessalonians and Revelation.
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