Item description for Old Testament Survey: by Kenneth P. Malmin & Kevin Conner...
Overview Old Testament Survey is designed to give a patterned glimpse at each book of the Old Testament. This has been done by applying these ten points to each book: (1) Titles, (2) Author, (3) Date, (4) Key Words and Phrases, (5) Key Verses, (6) Purpose, (7) Message, (8) Outline, (9) Summary, and (10) Christ Seen.
Publishers Description With just a glance, you can discover the key words and phrases, key verses, outlines, and symbolic representation of Christ in each book of the Old Testament. This complete resource guide provides a brief, yet clear, overview of each book and is the perfect companion to any type of Bible study.
Community Description Kevin Conner and Ken Malmin have written this text and its companion, New Testament Survey, as a guide for getting acquainted with the whole Bible. The easiest way to understand the Bible is to relate its many sections and books to the message of Scripture as a whole. The format of this book is simple and concise designed to give a glimpse into the books of the Old Testament. Each book is outlined with the following sections: title, author, date, key words & phrases, key verses, purpose, message, outline, summary and Christ seen as.
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Studio: CITY CHRISTIAN PUBLISHING AAAV
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 3.7" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 1997
Publisher City Christian Publishing
ISBN 0914936212 ISBN13 9780914936213
Availability 356 units. Availability accurate as of Aug 23, 2017 11:40.
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