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HOW TO READ THE BIBLE FOR ALL ITS WORTH
HOW TO READ THE BIBLE FOR ALL ITS WORTH

Understanding the Bible isn’t for the few, the gifted, the scholarly. The Bible is accessible. It’s meant to be read and comprehended by everyone from armchair readers to seminary students.

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UNLOCKING THE BIBLE
UNLOCKING THE BIBLE

A unique overview of the whole Bible.
This book brings together a lifetime’s worth of insights into the meaning of Bible events and teaching.

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EZEKIEL
EZEKIEL

Most Bible commentaries take us on a one-way trip from our world to the world of the Bible. But they leave us there, assuming we can somehow make the return journey on our own.

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THE MESSAGE OF JEREMIAH
THE MESSAGE OF JEREMIAH

The prophet Jeremiah and King Josiah were born at the end of the longest, darkest reign in Judah’s history. Human sacrifice and practice of the black arts were just two features of the wickedness that

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THE LETTER OF JAMES
THE LETTER OF JAMES

Few New Testament books have been as controversial and misunderstood as The Letter of James. Its place in the canon was contested by some early Christians, and the reformer

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THE MESSAGE OF JAMES
THE MESSAGE OF JAMES

As a good communicator, James addressed his readers directly and pointedly, with vivid images from ordinary life and attention–gripping statements.

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THE MESSAGE OF 1 TIMOTHY & TITUS
THE MESSAGE OF 1 TIMOTHY & TITUS

The Apostle’s overriding preoccupation throughout his Pastoral Letters is with the truth – that it may be faithfully guarded and handed on. John Stott is at pains to convey Paul’s passionate

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EXPOSITORY THOUGHTS ON THE GOSPELS – LUKE
EXPOSITORY THOUGHTS ON THE GOSPELS – LUKE

Within a year of publishing Mark in his Expository Thoughts on the Gospels series, J. C. Ryle had, in 1858, completed the Gospel of Luke.

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LUKE'S GOSPEL COMMENTARY
LUKE'S GOSPEL COMMENTARY

“This excellent commentary on the Lucan Gospel is massive, but well written, informative, and judicious. . . . It should be a boon for pastors, priests, seminarians, and all educated general

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