Item description for On This Rock: A Study of Peter's Life and Ministry by Anne B. Crumpler & Joseph Wang...
Overview This book is a ten-session study on the life and ministry of the apostle Peter. The sessions cover Peter's life and ministry as narrated in the Gospels and the Book of Acts, but not in the Epistles of Peter. Some of the topics included are the call of Peter, Peter's confessions, the Transfiguration, the post-resurrection appearances of Jesus to Peter, Pentecost, and missionary activity.
Publishers Description Help adults better understand Peter's life and ministry with this ten-session study. Each chapter deals with fundamental stories about Peter, with numerous Scripture references for a thorough theological, historical, and biblical grounding in the life of Peter. For each topic within the ten sessions, study and reflection questions are included to help learners understand the Bible and reflect on its meaning for them. Teaching/study helps are conveniently located on each page adjacent to the main text. Chapters are: *First of the Apostles * Call of Peter * Peter's Confession * Discipleship * The Transfiguration * Peter's Denial * The Risen Lord * Pentecost * The Early Church * The Gentile Missions
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Studio: Abingdon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.1" Width: 6.09" Height: 0.23" Weight: 0.31 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 1999
Publisher Abingdon Church Supplies
Edition Student/Stdy Gde
ISBN 0687085586 ISBN13 9780687085583
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Please Spend Your Money on a Better Book Jul 7, 2003
I have one word for this book: rubbish. Please note the number of pages in the book: 96. Since the book is designed in a study format, each of the 96 pages is half text and half rubbishy study questions or ideas. Thus, the book is only a maximum of 48 real pages of text. The book is billed as "A thorough biblical grounding in the story and witness of Peter and his ministry." Actually, it is a paraphrase of a few excerpts of the biblical text concerning Peter, with a whole load of left-wing liberal nonsense thrown in as speculated motives concerning these excerpts from his life. I have never wasted money on a book this poorly written. Please do yourself a favour and find a better book if you really want a good study on the life of Peter.