52 Words Every Christian Should Know

B&H Publishing Group, 2006 - 128 pages
Humpty Dumpty was clearly a 19th-century postmodernist. The problem with postmodernism is that it doesn't work well outside ivory towers. Humpty Dumpty wouldn't want to be on a plane whose pilot subscribed to his reconstructionist philosophy of word meanings. Anyone who flies surely hopes the pilot and the air traffic controller are on the same page. Words constitute the common currency that gets us on the same page. Kendell Easley believes words and their meanings are vital now and have eternal consequences. So he has provided this handy resource that both informs and inspires. Each of the 52 terms is presented in a two-page study, organized into 8 major biblical categories. All begin with a pertinent citation from the Holman CSB, continue with a concise definition, move on to a brief discussion, and close with thought-provoking questions and a devotional prayer. Book jacket.

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Kendell H. Easley es el presidente del departamento de Nuevo Testamento en el Seminario Teológico Bautista Mid-America en Germantown, Tennessee. Es el autor de Griego fácil de usar y Apocalipsis en el Comentario Holman del Nuevo Testamento. Kendell H. Easley is chairman of the New Testament Department at Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary, Germantown, Tennessee. He is author of User Friendly Greek and Revelation in the Holman New Testament Commentary.

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