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Publisher: Cambridge: Grove, 1997. 1851743618:
Seller ID: 39992
Looks at the problem of declining biblical literacy, and the lessons from Scripture itself and from education theory that might help to address it. Pp.28, owner's lable to title page. Paperback. View more info
By: MOBERLY, Walter.
Publisher: Cambridge: Grove, 1998. 1851743901:
Seller ID: 39986
A Case Study in Reading the Old Testament as Scripture. Pp.24. Paperback. VG. View more info
By: MOTYER, Steve.
Publisher: Cambridge: Grove, 2002. 1851744932:
Seller ID: 39987
"Is there hatred of the Jews in the pages of the New Testament? If so, then it could justifiably be held responsible for two millenia of persecution - it is a sobering accusation. This study looks carefully at the arguments, at the language of the texts themselves, and at the Jewish contexts of Jesus, Paul and the gospels to offer a positive answer to the accusations." Pp.28. Paperback. VG. View more info
By: PROCTOR, John.
Publisher: Cambridge: Grove, 1998. 1851743820:
Seller ID: 21091
1st imp. "..tackles some linked and pointed questions. What do the gospels say about the birth of Jesus, and why do they tell it this way? How does the Christmas story fit in with the rest of the gospel story?...". Pp.24. Paperback. VG. View more info
By: TETLEY, Joy.
Publisher: Cambridge: Grove Publications Ltd, 1998. 1851743766:
Seller ID: 39834
1st edition. "Hebrews is one of the most exciting and radical books in the New Testament. It pulsates wiht God's transforming power. It is a work of urgent pastoral theology, confronting us with a God who is both inviting and challenging." Pp.23. Paperback. VG. View more info