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An Invitation to Explore the Bible: Hidden Gems and Treasures

Graham Diggins

An Invitation to Explore the Bible: Hidden Gems and Treasures

Graham Diggins

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This work has been written to strengthen and enlarge the faith of Christians by teaching them the truth while exposing the traditions of the elders that have grown up in Reformed, Reformed Baptist, Protestant, and Baptist Church circles. It has tackled many issues, some of which have been raised inside the church and some that have come from basically an antagonistic, nonneutral, and atheistic humanity.

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This work has been written to strengthen and enlarge the faith of Christians by teaching them the truth while exposing the traditions of the elders that have grown up in Reformed, Reformed Baptist, Protestant, and Baptist Church circles. It has tackled many issues, some of which have been raised inside the church and some that have come from basically an antagonistic, nonneutral, and atheistic humanity.
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Meet the Author

Graham Diggins

The author was born in Parramatta Hospital in 1949. He was raised at Merrylands, Dundas, and Ermington, New South Wales. He went to high school at Marsden High, Ermington (1962?1967). He won a Commonwealth Scholarship in 1968 and graduated with a BSc from a Sydney university (1968?70). He is a surface coatings chemist with Sydney firms (1971?1987). He got married in 1973. He is a father of four children?1975, 1976, 1977, and 1980. He attended Moore College from 1975?1977. He received a BTh (Hons) from the Australian College of Theology (ACT) in 1978 and a BD (second-class honours) in 1979 from a London university. He visited Japan for business in 1987. He received a DipEd from Sydney Teachers College in 1988. He has been a high school science teacher in New South Wales from 1989 to present.

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  • Catalogue Code 505327
  • Product Code 9781524521172
  • ISBN 1524521175
  • EAN 9781524521172
  • Pages 538
  • Department Academic
  • Category History
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Xlibris
  • Publication Date Mar 2017
  • Sales Rank #76141
  • Dimensions 229 x 152 x 30 mm
  • Weight 0.780kg

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