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Understanding Biblical TheologyBloggers are taking note of Klink and Lockett’s Understanding
Biblical Theology
and, as you can see below, many reviewers are quite excited about this new title. 

Marc Cortez at Everyday Theology,

“I strongly recommend the book for anyone interested in
biblical theology: Bible student or theologian, novice or expert, academic or
pastor. Everyone should find something to enjoy.”

Michael Bird at Euangelion

“I think this is a very useful volume on different kinds of
BibTh, it would be worthwhile for any course on BibTh, and anyone acutely
interested in BibTh should take notice of it.”
 

And Conrade Yap at Panorama of a Book Saint

“For anyone who is interested in the theology of letting the
Bible speak for itself, this book is a generous gourmet meal.”

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