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Z Book Around the Web - Trading Cards, Greek Devotions, and Apocalyptic

Categories New Testament

Tom Farr reviews Theologian Trading Cards.

"I have to say that I love these cards. I love reading about
Calvin, Arminius, Luis de Molina, Augustine, and a host of other prominent
figures in church history. The box the cards come in touts the cards as, 'A fun
way to learn Church History and Theology.' It’s a very accurate description."

Dan Phillips read Devotions on the Greek New Testament and
shares his thoughts. 

"Devotions on the Greek New Testament is on the whole
encouraging, edifying, thought-provoking, and rewarding. Plus, it will urge you
to read closely and attentively — which is always for the good!"

And Louis McBride draws on Walton’s Survey of the Old
Testament
for his post Don’t Mistake the Vision as the Message.

"Unfortunately, some interpreters place too much confidence
in their ability to discern the meaning of symbols in prophetic literature and
spend much time devising and defending such meaning. Yet it cannot be assumed
that every object in a vision has symbolic value, and when the meaning of a
symbol is not given in the text, the interpreter must be cautious in supplying
such a meaning."

Pilgrim Theology Sneak Peek
Pilgrim Theology Sneak Peek In Pilgrim Theology, Michael Horton guides readers through a preliminary exploration of Christian theology in “a Reforme...
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