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Overview Culminating more than fifty years of comprehensive study, The Unfolding Drama of Redemption is the internationally-recognized masterpiece of scholarship by the late Dr. W. Graham Scroggie. Using the organizing scheme of a dramatic play, Scroggie traces the theme of redemption through each book of the Bible with care scholarship and a thorough analysis of the Bible's content and history. Originally published in three volumes, this complete-in-one-volume edition presents the unparalleled production of the greatest universal drama-God's unified and undeterred plan of salvation for humankind. Students of the Bible have found The Unfolding Drama of Redemption to be an excellent sourcebook for personal or ministry study. Included are: 230 charts and illustrations 37 maps and diagrams 176 study outlines
Publishers Description Culminating more than fifty years of comprehensive study, this is the internationally recognized masterpiece of scholarship on the whole Bible.
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Studio: Kregel Classics
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.83" Width: 5.43" Height: 2.73" Weight: 3.6 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 1995
Publisher Kregel Classics
ISBN 0825437741 ISBN13 9780825437748
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More About W. Graham Scroggie
W. Graham Scroggie (1877-1958) Baptist minister, Bible expositor and author. He studied for the ministry at Spurgeon's College, London and after early pastorates in England, he began his most influential ministry at Charlotte Chapel, Edinburgh. He exercised an extensive travelling ministry in the British Isles and North America. His final pastorate was at the Metropolitan Tabernacle, London. He wrote mane books, mostly expository studies. In this exposition Graham Scroggie reflects that "As the artist and the musician must study the masterpieces if he would know the power and possibilities of their arts, so the Christian must study prayer if he would be proficient in it."
W. Graham Scroggie was born in 1877 and died in 1958.
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Very Thorough Jun 10, 2007
This book takes you through the entire Bible showing God's plan of redemption for mankind. Someone who reads this book all the way through will have a thorough understanding of the entire Bible and will never look at Scripture the same again.
A guide to the geatest Play in the universe. Feb 12, 2001
This study Guide to the Bible is perhaps the most complete and comprehensive work of the twentieth century on the Bible as a whole, aside from William Barclay's Daily Study Bible. A pastor who is approaching eighty and who has been preaching for fifty years told me one could use this work by W. Graham Scroggie along with William Barclay's Daily Study bible and have no need of seminary. Scroggie uses a critical method that answers modernist thought and secular criticism prior to 1975. His matrices which consistently compare events of the bible with time and history and intense logical approach makes this work necessary for any serious Christian study of scripture. Scroggie's love of the comprehensiveness of scripture is throughout the work that presents the bible as an outline of a play with the Prologue being Genesis 1:1 through Genesis 11:9, or Creation through the flood. Then Act I becomes Genesis 11:10 to Malachi. There is then an interlude where the author examines Judaism and Heathenism preparing the World for the Advent of the Messiah. Act Two is Matthew through Jude of the New Testament. The Epilogue of the Play or, "Consummation of the Redeeming Purpose," is, "The Book of Revelation." Scroggie presents the "modern" and "post-modern" world with an answer to the secular academic notion that the Bible is unapproachable other than as myth. This great work shows that argument as a shallow lie.
Bible study help Jun 17, 2000
This is one of the greatest study tools I have ever seen!Once you start to use it you will wonder how you studied before without it!