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All reviews by Geoffrey Grogan

Receiving his theological education at the Bible Training Institute, Glasgow (later renamed the Glasgow Bible College) and the
London Bible College (later renamed the London School of Theology), he later taught full-time at these two colleges, at the
former from 1951 to 1965 and then (as principal) from 1969 to 1990, and at the latter from 1965 to 1969. Since retirement he
taught as a visiting lecturer at the International Christian College, Glasgow, the Scottish Baptist College and several overseas locations.
His pastoral experience was in a Baptist context and he served on four missionary councils. He died on August 31 2011.

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The Message of Esther
David G. Firth

In Persia in the fifth century BC, the Jews were threatened with genocide. The book of Esther describes how this crisis was averted through the bravery of Esther, the wisdom of Mordecai and the unity of the Jewish people. However,…

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Revelation Reclaimed: The Use and Misuse of the Apocalypse
Jon Newton

A level-headed and informed-yet-readable guide to making sense of the strangest book in the Bible. The book of Revelation seems very odd to modern readers and has been interpreted in some strange ways over the centuries. Jon Newton guides readers…

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Words of Life: Scripture As the Living and Active Word of God
Timothy Ward

Throughout Christian history, the overwhelmingly predominant view of the Bible has been that it is itself the living and active word of God. Timothy Ward explains and defends what we are really saying when we trust and proclaim, as we…

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A Proverbs Driven Life: Timeless Wisdom for Your Words, Work, Wealth, and Relationships
Anthony Selvaggio

In an age when practical, common-sense wisdom, the kind of thing we get in the Book of Proverbs, is all too rare (the problem with common-sense is that's not that common!), Anthony Selvaggio has set himself a gargantuan task: how…

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A Higher Throne: Evangelicals and Public Theology
Chris Green

The staff at Oak Hill Theological College have produced several fine theological symposia, and they have not been afraid of controversy. This volume deals with issues of important practical bearing not often aired by evangelical writers. They reject the idea…

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Job (EP Study Commentary)
Hywel R. Jones

The book of Job is much praised but little read. This is perhaps because it is long and is thought, incorrectly, to be somewhat repetitive. It is probably unique in Scripture as being more valued by literary experts, some of…

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Temptation: resisted and repulsed
John Owen

What is temptation? What does it mean to enter it? What two means of guarding against temptation did Jesus teach? Abridged and made easier to read by Richard Rushing, let this new Puritan Paperback introduce you to this famous Puritan…

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The Marrow of Modern Divinity
Edward Fisher

An intriguing book, quite unlike any other The Marrow of Modern Divinity defies pigeon–holing. It was written in the 1600s by an author of whom we know little, yet it proved to be a critically important and controversial theological text.…

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