Jesus Through the Old Testament Paperback
Transform Your Bible Understanding
by Graeme Goldsworthy;
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A Bird's Eye View from Eden
Discover a new way to seeing the Old Testament with this study which focuses on the promise of Christ's coming in the Bible's first half.
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Jesus Through the Old Testament
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- Want to better understand or preach the Old Testement?
- This book explores the promise, presence and coming of Christ foretold in the Old Testament
- You'll discover a new way to see the Bible as a whole
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In this engaging book, Graeme Goldsworthy reflects with clarity and practical insight on reading and using the Old Testament, showing us how Jesus is central to the Old Testament's message and encouraging us to reinstate it as essential and transformative to our lives, churches and mission in today's world. The author asks essential questions: Where is Jesus in the whole biblical story-line? How does the kingdom of God relate to him? In what way is he central to the divine revelation? This is a must-read for those who wish to transform their biblical understanding.
Jesus Through the Old Testament by Graeme Goldsworthy was published by BRF (The Bible Reading Fellowship) in October 2017 and is our 30782nd best seller. The ISBN for Jesus Through the Old Testament is 9780857465672.
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|Author / Artist||Graeme Goldsworthy|
|Publisher||BRF (The Bible Reading Fellowship) (October 2017)|
|Number of Pages||144|
|Page last updated||14th December 2017|