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Considering the incarnate Son (Keswick Convention - 2016)

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School of Biblical Studies a talk by Jonathan Griffiths

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School of Biblical Studies Considering the incarnate Son is a Jonathan Griffiths talk recorded at Keswick Convention - 2016 on Children available as MP3 Download format.

Many see Hebrews as a monumentally tough book to understand, and so shy away from studying and teaching it. But Hebrews was written by a real pastor to real people, facing a real spiritual crisis. And it is here to be taught and heard in the church today. Hebrews calls wandering disciples to see again the majesty of Christ, and so return to Him in faith and obedience. Along the way, it lays before us a rich Biblical theology, opens up the Old Testament in fresh ways, and pulls back the curtain on breathtaking heavenly realities. Dig into this rich book, develop tools for teaching and preaching it, and have your heart moved to worship and obedience as we see once again the majesty of the Son and his great salvation.

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Page last updated 3rd November 2016
Author / ArtistJonathan Griffiths
FormatMP3 Download
PublisherEssential Christian (July 2016)
ISBNKESW01616L
Product Code4448127
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