Item description for Left of Matthew: Exploring the Great Ideas of the Old Testament by Norman Hubbard...
Overview Presents a journey through the other side of the Bible. Unlike existing Old Testament study aids, this book encourages readers to actively engage the text and move beyond simple summaries. Customers will encounter a vibrant and rich Old Testament while better understanding the eternal thread running through all of God's Word.
Publishers Description We know that studying God's Word is essential for spiritual growth and wisdom. Yet aside from an occasional psalm or proverb, the Old Testament is generally not considered a must-read. Filled with ancient cultures and strange laws, the books can feel irrelevant to daily living. But the first half of the Bible is more than a collection of Sunday school stories. The Old Testament chronicles God's relentless pursuit of His children and lays the foundation for a new covenant through Christ. It is nothing less than the foundation of our faith. Left of Matthew offers a fresh perspective for studying the Bible. This nine-week course explores key Old Testament themes-such as creation, sin, and the law-and connects them with New Testament truths. You'll discover the divine thread running through Scripture and see the Bible as one complete picture of God's love. So don't just get half the story. Experience the Old Testament like never before.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.16" Width: 5.64" Height: 0.32" Weight: 0.41 lbs.
Release Date Jul 16, 2007
Publisher NAV PRESS #111
Edition Student/Stdy Gde
ISBN 1600060528 ISBN13 9781600060526
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More About Norman Hubbard
Norman Hubbard serves as the campus director for The Navigators at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He is also a conference speaker, campus minister, and author who has devoted more than a decade to helping people understand and obey the Scriptures. Norman and his wife, Katie, have four children.