Bible Reading - How to Read the Old Testament a talk by Don Carson CD

Gal 4:21-31 (Keswick Convention 2017 - 2017)

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Bible Reading - How to Read the Old Testament a talk by Don Carson

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Bible Reading - How to Read the Old Testament Gal 4:21-31 is a Don Carson talk recorded at Keswick Convention - 2017 on Bible Interpretation available as CD format.

In 2017, we are celebrating the 500th anniversary of the onset of the Reformation. Although Luther, Calvin and the other magisterial Reformers were committed to teaching and preaching the entire Bible, they gave a primary place to Romans and Galatians, understanding that these letters spoke with rare power to the issues of the 16th century. For slightly different reasons, Galatians speaks powerfully to the twentyfirst century too, addressing as it does such issues as the nature of authority, the exclusiveness of the gospel, the cross-work of Jesus Christ, the nature of saving faith, the manner in which the new covenant fulfils the old, the work of the Spirit and the glory of true Christian freedom. This is the fourth of five bible readings from Don Carson recorded at Keswick 2017 as he explores Galations 4:21-31.

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Page last updated 11th August 2017
Author / ArtistDon Carson
FormatCD
PublisherEssential Christian (August 2017)
Weight20g
ISBNKESW00417D
Product Code4532863
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