The Message of Leviticus Paperback
Free to be holy
by Derek Tidball;
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Part of the ever-reliable The Bible Speaks Today series, The Message of Leviticus thoughtfully opens one of of the Bible's most difficult books.
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The Message of Leviticus
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Derek Tidball believes that Leviticus is of foundational importance for our understanding of God, the gospel and Christian living, and that it needs to be taught and preached to congregations today. It even has much to say about the creation of healthy societies. In this excellent exposition, he shows how Leviticus serves as a preliminary sketch of the masterpiece that was to be unveiled in Christ, and unfolds its testimony to a faith not of law but of grace, not of duty but of love, not of drudgery but of gratitude - and to God's people set free to be holy.
The Message of Leviticus by Derek Tidball was published by Intervarsity Press in March 2005 and is our 14353rd best seller. The ISBN for The Message of Leviticus is 9781844740697.
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Details for The Message of Leviticus
|Author / Artist||Derek Tidball|
|Publisher||Intervarsity Press (March 2005)|
|Number of Pages||327|
|Page last updated||28th December 2016|