Item description for Beacon Bible Expositions, Volume 7: Corinthians (Beacon Bible Expositions #7) by Oscar Reed...
A 12-volume devotional resource on the New Testament designed to provide a systematic Bible study aid for individuals, teachers, and pastors. Includes complete KJV text. Cloth with jacket.
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Studio: Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.77" Width: 5.56" Height: 1.19" Weight: 1.04 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 1976
Publisher Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City
Series Beacon Bible Expositions
Series Number 7
ISBN 0834103184 ISBN13 9780834103184
Reviews - What do customers think about Beacon Bible Expositions, Volume 7: Corinthians?
Wesleyan Exposition on Corinthians Apr 16, 2004
This a series of books of Wesleyan theologians and pastors designed for teachers and students of the Word of God. The books offer clear outlines and studies that are related to their various materials as presented in the books.
Finally, concerning my friend in Ireland. My friend God is not dead in Europe. You may be dead in your sins (Ephesians 2:1-3) but God certainly is not dead. God graciously continues to exalt His name in England, France, and other European nations through the faithful witness of His people. The gods of your religion may be dead but Jesus lives forever!
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"Beautiful but bollix"-Philip Larlin Jan 24, 2000
The British poet Philip Larkin accurately summed up the bible in 3 words. Certainly well written, it's a nice collection of primitive myths and vaguely-historical stories. Unfortunately many uneducated people believe it is literally true. Thankfully in western Europe god has been officially dead for well over 100 years now, but even today large sectons of the great uneducated Amerikkkan public are intellectually living in the dark ages. When will American society be mature enough to follow Europe into the 20 century (let alone the 21st)?
Reafirms my faith in humanity, a little bit! Nov 3, 1999
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However, I have reason to take heart. With such an open policy in place I am pleasantly surprised that more schlock like the "review" appearing below are NOT on this site. It seems that MOST people are NOT abusive with the on line review feature. THIS fact reafirms my faith in humanity, just a little bit.
By the way, I have not read the book. But I am interested in reading it. Futhermore, I would encourage anyone, whether they are religious or not, to learn as much as they can about the Bible. I do so simply because the Bible is one of the great cornerstones of the Western thought.
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