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A Mentor Commentary
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Proverbs : A Mentor Commentary
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We have lost something priceless, and seem to be trying to replace it with more and more 'information'. We need wisdom! Communications technology leaves us no rest to work things out: mostly we just react, and worry, and fail - and react again. We make business decisions; ethical decisions; relationship decisions; against a continuously moving landscape that doesn't allow them to be satisfying... consistent... dependable.
To cope we must have wisdom! There is no better starting point than the Book of Proverbs. Its purpose is to impart wisdom to those who want it. From its pages God promises to set us on 'The path of life' (Prov. 15:24).
You don't understand! I don't have time!
You do...because, after years of painstaking study, John Kitchen has produced a work that is authoritative, comprehensive and insightful. He examines the chronology, authorship, composition, structure and context of Proverbs and does the hard work of providing cross-references alerting the reader to rich veins running beneath the surface of Proverbs and other Biblical books.
You want wisdom to help run your life? Think you are running out of time? Then this is a priceless, timeless book that will reward your investment as you seek to gain wisdom, rather than knowledge.
Proverbs : A Mentor Commentary by John Kitchen was published by Christian Focus Publications in July 2006 and is our 32095th best seller. The ISBN for Proverbs : A Mentor Commentary is 9781845500597.
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Details for Proverbs : A Mentor Commentary
|Page last updated||21st July 2017|
|Author / Artist||John Kitchen|
|Publisher||Christian Focus Publications (July 2006)|
|Number of Pages||792|