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Opening up Deuteronomy
Andrew Thomson

For someone surveying the books that comprise our Bible, wondering which to read, or for a preacher deciding which to preach, Deuteronomy would not be an immediate choice. But it is in the Bible and, according to Paul, is ‘useful’…

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Opening up Isaiah
Andrew Thomson

The book of Isaiah is a tale of two cities: the Jerusalem Isaiah knew, and the Jerusalem that he saw. We are introduced to both in the opening five chapters. They are like two photographs marked, 'before' and 'after'. But…

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Opening up 1 Chronicles and Opening up 2 Chronicles
Andrew Thomson

The book of 1 Chronicles is often neglected, yet it has so much to teach us—even the genealogies! Along with 2 Chronicles, 1 Chronicles surveys Bible history, charting the gracious purposes of a faithful God over the centuries, with the…

Opening up 2 Chronicles
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Opening up 2 Chronicles
Andrew Thomson

Opening up 2 ChroniclesAndrew ThomsonDay One Publishers128, £5.00ISBN: 978-1-84625-290-7Star Rating: 0This in included in my review of 1 Chronicles also by Andrew Thompson available here.

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The Divine Spiration of Scripture: Challenging Evangelical Perspectives
Andrew Thomson

The doctrine of Scripture is of vital importance for Christians, and continues to be debated by theologians. Furthermore, differing views can be found among those who describe themselves as evangelical. A. T. B. McGowan engages with the issues, debates and…

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