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The Bible Jesus read / Philip Yancey.

By: Yancey, Philip, 1949- [author.]
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA : Zondervan Publishing House, [1999]Copyright date: ©1999Description: 221 pages ; 21 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0310231868 (paperback)Subject(s): Bible. -- Criticism, interpretation, etcOnline resources: Amazon.com about a different edition of this book. | GoodReads.com about this book.
Contents:
Preface -- Is the Old Testament worth the effort? -- Job: seeing in the dark -- Deuteronomy: a taste of bittersweet -- Psalms: spirituality in every key -- Ecclesiastes: the end of wisdom -- The Prophets: God talks back -- Advance echoes of a final answer.
Summary: The Old Testament is God's biography, the story of his passionate encounters with people and also a prequel to the story of Jesus. This book explores the sometimes shocking and cryptic writings in an effort to know God better. The more we comprehend the Old Testament, the more we comprehend Jesus.
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Preface -- Is the Old Testament worth the effort? -- Job: seeing in the dark -- Deuteronomy: a taste of bittersweet -- Psalms: spirituality in every key -- Ecclesiastes: the end of wisdom -- The Prophets: God talks back -- Advance echoes of a final answer.

The Old Testament is God's biography, the story of his passionate encounters with people and also a prequel to the story of Jesus. This book explores the sometimes shocking and cryptic writings in an effort to know God better. The more we comprehend the Old Testament, the more we comprehend Jesus.

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