Two Cities (Isaiah) (Interactive Bible Study Series)
Too often, we choose to ignore books like Isaiah, putting them in the 'too hard for Bible study' basket. And yet, Isaiah is frequently quoted in the New Testament and tells us much about God's plan of salvation. It's a...
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Too often, we choose to ignore books like Isaiah, putting them in the 'too hard for Bible study' basket. And yet, Isaiah is frequently quoted in the New Testament and tells us much about God's plan of salvation. It's a book we should read.
Two Cities is designed to help us get a grip on - and to grip us with - the message of Isaiah. It cuts a highway through the 'branches', 'stumps' and 'deserts' that are scattered across Isaiah's terrain. It takes us to a two-way intersection and shows us the road to the city of destruction and the road to the city of God.
Careful explanations of difficult passages and well-crafted, challenging questions make studying this crucial Old Testament book a whole lot less daunting.
An ideal guide for individual Bible study or for use in small groups.
The Interactive Bible Studies series is a popular, all-Australian study resource for small groups and individuals. Each study combines the authority of an expository sermon with stimulating questions that really open up the text and promote further exploration of God's Word. Engaging, biblically solid, and insightful!
Reverend Andrew Reid has a rich background in ministry, having been national director of the Australian Fellowship of Evangelical Students (1984-1990), Deputy Master of Robert Menzies College at Macquarie University in Sydney, senior minister of St Matthew's Anglican Church, Shenton Park, Western Australia, church planter at Curtin Community Church, and lecturer in Old Testament at Ridley College, Melbourne. He is currently lead pastor at Holy Trinity Doncaster in Melbourne.
His publications include Postcard from Palestine, Kingdoms in conflict: Reading Daniel today, Salvation begins: Reading Genesis today, and commentary on 1 and 2 Samuel
Karen Morris is an evangelist with the Australian Fellowship of Evangelical Students at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia.