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The present work deals not only with historical interpretations of the biblical texts but also with the contemporary discussion of those passages and Bible books. The authors discuss various views on passages that have a bearing on the theological teachings of the specific scriptural writers and have been fair in expressing these various interpretations and judicious in their critiques. In reading this work, one does not sense that the authors have axes to grind or hobby horses to pursue. So many times theology is difficult to read, not necessarily because it is deep but because it is muddled with complex language.
A Theology of James 417 10. A Theology of Peter and Jude 437 Index of Subjects 473 Index of Persons 485 ROY B. , Dallas Theological Seminary) is department chairman and senior professor of Bible exposition at Dallas Theological Seminary. Most recently, he was listed in Who's Who in American Education (1991-92), International Directory of Distinguished Leadership (1994), and Directory of International Biography (1994). Books written or edited by Roy B. ; Basic Bible Interpretation; The Bib Sac Reader; The Bible Knowledge Commentary; Biblical Archaeology Leader's Guide; Childhood Education in the Church; Christian Youth: An In-Depth Survey; Church History Leader's Guide; Creation: Evidence from Scripture and Science; Communism and Christianity Leader's Guide; Devotions for Kindred Spirits; The Holy Spirit in Your Teaching; How to Be a Youth Sponsor; Job (Everyman's Bible Commentary); Reflecting with Solomon: Studies on the Book of Ecclesiastes; Sitting with Job: Selected Studies on the Book of Job; The Life of Christ Commentary; Vital Biblical Issues; Vital Contemporary Issues; Vital Ministry Issues; Vital Theological Issues; Youth and the Church; Youth Education in the Church DARRELL L.
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