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Valiant for Truth - The Bible

Book Review: Paul Missionary of Jesus by Paul Barnett
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Some might find Paul difficult, but it seems even harder to sift through the many books about him. A student wanting to begin study on the Apostle is overwhelmed by the mountain of scholarship. Who dares to start with the 2 volume 1200+ pages by Farrar in 1879?

 
 
 
Book Review: Genesis by R. R. Reno
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In introducing his theological commentary on Genesis (part of the Brazos series) R.R. Reno warns the reader that the format will be a bit unusual and he does not disappoint. Instead of doing verse-by-verse exegesis, Reno divides the book into five...

 
 
 
Strimple’s Lectures Now Online!
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Robert B. Strimple, scholar, pastor, former president of Westminster Seminary California, and professor of Systematic Theology, is now on-line!

 
 
 
Words and Things Part 6
S. M. Baugh

I once preached through the book of Hebrews. When I arrived at the end of the book I was very excited about preaching on the benediction in Heb. 13:20-21. I love benedictions. If you study the ‘mother of all benedictions,’ that of Aaron in Num. 6:22-27, you find that God views the benediction not as a prayer...

 
 
 
Words and Things Part 5
S. M. Baugh

We’ve already looked at two things that will be further illustrated here. First is that we have to be very careful with the whole notion of a “literal” translation. Literal does not necessarily mean more accurate. The other thing is the difference between a gloss (i.e., an English word substitute for a Greek word) and description of a word’s meanings. Both of these will come into play when we examine the use of the phrase “do truth” in 1 John 1:6.