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Logos International Bible Commentary epub

by Mathew


Logos International Bible Commentary epub

ISBN: 0882705008

ISBN13: 978-0882705002

Author: Mathew

Category: Bibles

Subcategory: Bible Study & Reference

Language: English

Publisher: Logos Associates; No Additional Listings Printed edition (June 1, 1981)

ePUB book: 1901 kb

FB2 book: 1412 kb

Rating: 4.8

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Each book of the Bible has, in addition to its exposition, an introduction, outline, and bibliography.

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Second, the NAC is produced with the conviction that the Bible primarily belongs to the church.

The writers, however, remain aware of the Bible’s inherently rich variety. Second, the NAC is produced with the conviction that the Bible primarily belongs to the church.

Matthew Henry had the rare ability to express profound spiritual insights with simplicity and eloquence. Matthew Henry had the rare ability to express profound spiritual insights with simplicity and eloquence.

Each book of the Bible has, in addition to its exposition, an introduction, outline, and bibliography. What I expected: A modern Matthew Henry. A complete reference for Matthew, Mark, and Luke.

Includes speeches in P such as Gen The. 45 MB·3,988 Downloads. 685 Pages·2000·1000 KB·1,126 Downloads·New!

The Logos Bible uses the 1901 American Standard Version (ASV) translation of the Bible, which has been called "The Rock of Biblical Honesty" by Bible scholars. This study Bible is unusual in many regards: Breadth of intended audience - the Logos Bible has been recommended for beginners, teachers, Bible scholars and students.

Tom Schreiner: recommended, excellent.

Each introduction to each book of the Bible is different. An introduction frequently reports on the book’s title, author, and date of writing. It details the books background and purpose, explores themes and theological significance, and points out special problems and distinctive literary features. Where appropriate, such as in Paul’s letters to the churches, it describes the original recipients of a book and the city in which they lived.

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