The Bible Knowledge Commentary Epistles and Prophecy

The Bible Knowledge Commentary Epistles and Prophecy

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Teachings of God's Grace, His Character, and Christ's Coming Return

Letters to the early church have inspired Christians for thousands of years. From the relationship between the New Covenant and the Old Covenant in Hebrews, to the practical wisdom of James, to the warnings of Jude, each of these epistles has much to tell us about following Christ today. This exposition looks at what these letters teach us about God's character, His relationship with His people, and His call for our commitment.

The authors also help us better understand the book of Revelation--one of the most misunderstood books of the Bible. Though Revelation is often daunting to laypeople and scholars alike, The Bible Knowledge Commentary gives life-changing insight into the interpretation, purpose, and application of this profound book.

Together, the later epistles and the book of Revelation offer explanations of God's ancient truths and hope for a world to come.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 240 pages
  • 140 x 208 x 20mm | 181g
  • Oxnard, United States
  • English
  • 0830772693
  • 9780830772698
  • 76,768

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"The Bible Knowledge Commentary series is true to the text, to the point, and yet meaty enough to give serious students of the Bible something to chew on. I need it. I use it. I recommend it."
--Charles R. Swindoll

--Charles R. Swindoll
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About John F Walvoord

John F. Walvoord was president of Dallas Theological Seminary from 1952 to 1986 and served on the school's faculty for fifty years. As one of the most influential theologians of the twentieth century, Walvoord wrote numerous books, including TheRapture Question and The Millennial Kingdom.

Dr. Roy B. Zuck was department chairman and professor of Bible exposition at Dallas Theological Seminary, where he served on faculty from 1973 until 1996. Dr. Zuck wrote or edited more than one hundred books on Christian education and biblical studies. He edited Dallas Seminary's theological journal, Bibliotheca Sacra, for nearly forty years.
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