Survey of the Old Testament (Everyman's Bible Commentary Series)
"The New Testament Scriptures will never be properly understood by a person if the Old Testament Scriptures essentially remain a mystery to him," says Paul Benware. Most Christians do not have a clear understanding of the pattern, unity, or progression of the Old Testament. They can tell stories of Moses, Noah, and David but aren't sure how all these events fit together. And they don't fully appreciate the doctrines found in the thirty-nine books between Genesis and Malachi. But the Old Testament does not have to be mysterious or confusing. Newly revised, Dr. Benware offers a chronological approach to give you a bird's-eye view of the historic value of the Old Testament, while his book-by-book analysis reveals important details and emphases.If you want a better understanding of the whole Bible, Survey of the Old Testament is the place to start.
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About "Survey of the Old Testament (Everyman's Bible Commentary Series)"
Meet the Author
Paul N Benware
Paul N. Benware (B.A., Los Angeles Baptist College; TH.M., Dallas Theological Seminary; Th.D., Grace Theological Seminary), es profesor de la Division de Estudios Biblicos de Philadelphia Biblical University. Esta casado y tiene cuatro hijos y cinco nietos.
Table Of Contents
part 1: Introduction And Overview1. Introduction To The Old Testament2. Overview Of The Old Testament Part 2: The Foundational Books3. Genesis4. Exodus And Leviticus5. Numbers And Deuteronomy6. Joshua7. Judges And Ruth8. 1 Samuel9. 2 Samuel10. 1 Kings11. 2 Kings12. 1 And 2 Chronicles13. Ezra And Esther14. Nehemiah Part 3: The Poetic Books15. Hebrew Poetry16. Job17. Psalms18. Proverbs19. Ecclesiastes20. Song Of Solomon21. Lamentations Part 4: The Prophetic Books 22. God's Prophetic Messengers Group 1: Prophecies During The Divided Kingdom23. Obadiah24. Joel25. Jonah26. Amos27. Hosea28. Isaiah29. Micah Group 2: Prophecies During The Single Kingdom30. Nahum31. Zephaniah32. Jeremiah33. Habakkuk Group 3: Prophecies During The Exile34. Daniel35. Ezekiel Group 4: Prophecies After The Exile36. Haggai37. Zechariah38. Malachi
Excerpt from: Survey of the Old Testament (Everyman's Bible Commentary Series)
Great doctrinal truths are developed in the Old Testament. For example, significant revelations concerning the attributes of God are recorded. The New Testament, of course, concerns itself with the Person of God, but it is the Old Testament that gives us
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