Item description for The Book of James, Faith, Love & Hope: An Exposition of the Epistle of James (Exegetical Commentary Series) by Spiros Zodhiates...
Overview The messages contained in this book were prepared under the sponsorship of American Mission to Greeks, New York City. The Mission felt that in appreciation for what the Christians of the United States have been doing for the people of Greece, both spiritually and materially, it should give them something of value from the original Greek New Testament. This study is probably one of the most extended expository works on that much neglected, though eminently practical, book of James.
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Studio: AMG Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.27" Width: 5.22" Height: 1.52" Weight: 2 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 1997
Publisher AMG Publishers
Series Exegetical Commentary
ISBN 0899575587 ISBN13 9780899575582
Availability 0 units.
More About Spiros Zodhiates
Spiros Zodhiates was a recognized authority on the Greek New Testament, and had edited and edition of the Modern Greek New Testament. Dr. Zodhiates was formerly the president of AMG International (Advancing the Ministries of the Gospel) a worldwide evangelistic and relief ministry. He had authored more than 150 exegetical books and booklets in both the Greek and English languages. He was the main editor for the Hebrew-Greek Key Word Study Bible, which has sold over 1.8 million copies since 1984. Dr. Zodhiates passed away in October 2009.
Spiros Zodhiates currently resides in Chattanooga, in the state of Tennessee.
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An enriching look at a living faith Aug 30, 2001
Zodhiates will be blessed for telling us ordinary Christians what the Bible means in terms of the practical application of our faith. Once again, his treatment of the original Greek text, and the contextualisation thereof, has the same effect on the understanding of these texts that a restorer has on an old and damaged painting. It removes the old muck, the layers of misinterpretation and biased application and reveals an almost new work. Zodhiates is not a revolutionary in the contemporary sense of the word; he just sheds the brightest possible light on old material, thereby changing your perspective on and appreciation for the old truths. His understanding of the emotional life of a Christian, particularly about anger, reveals a depth of analysis I have not encountered before. And his treatment of the text with respect to that most difficult and controvertial of topics, predestination, was the freshest I have ever encountered. The entire book is worth reading just for these few lines: he seems to disagree with both Calvin and Geisler and opts for a totally new interpretation which begs prayerful pondering. It is part of the chapter "God's will for man". I wish Zodhiates would right an exegesis of Romans, too.
Book of James Jul 29, 2001
An in-depth study of one of the most useful books of the Bible. A must have for anyone who wants to see the difference between the original Greek and English languages and how we lose the true meaning of the original texts