10 Things Worth Knowing About the New Testament Paperback
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Want to know in one simple list the essentials of the New Testament? These 10 things will help open up the Bible's second half.
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10 Things Worth Knowing About the New Testament
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- Looking to encourage a new Christian?
- This book offers a quick what-to-know guide to the Bible
- It is the ideal resource for sparking discussions with seekers
Illuminating ten key aspects from the New Testament, this concise book provides engaging insights into the Bible that are worth knowing.
Written by Phil Greenslade, a renowned and popular Bible teacher with over 40 years of biblical teaching experience. This book looks to answer the 'how?' and 'why?' questions we may have about the Bible to help us appreciate how and why it is God's Word for us today.
10 Things Worth Knowing About the New Testament by Phil Greenslade was published by CWR in June 2017 and is our 32008th best seller. The ISBN for 10 Things Worth Knowing About the New Testament is 9781782597506.
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01. Why the New "Testament"?
02. The gospel precedes the Gospel
03. Letters first
04. Four angles of vision
05. The distinctive fourth Gospel
06. Nothing can stop the Gospel
07. New humanity, new creation
08. Jesus fulfils the Old Testament
09. 'Apocalypse now'
10. Now and not yet
Details for 10 Things Worth Knowing About the New Testament
|Author / Artist||Phil Greenslade|
|Publisher||CWR (June 2017)|
|Number of Pages||84|
|Page last updated||28th July 2017|