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Call Numbers: 227 Mac
by MacArthur, John, 1939- - 2017 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

The apostle Paul penned a number of very pithy, focused passages in his letters to the early church that summarize the gospel message in just a few well-chosen words. Each of these key texts has a unique emphasis highlighting some essential aspect of the Good News. The chapters in this revelatory new book closely examine those vital gospel texts, one verse at a time. John MacArthur, host of the popular media ministry Grace to You, president of the Master’s University and Seminary, and longtime pastor at Grace Community Church, tackles such questions as, What is the gospel? What are the essential elements of the message? How can we be certain we have it right? And how should Christians be proclaiming the Good News to the world? As always, the answers John MacArthur gives are clear, compelling, well-reasoned, easy to grasp, and above all, thoroughly biblical. The Gospel According to Paul is written in a style that is easily accessible to lay people, including those who know very little about the Bible, while being of great value to seasoned pastors and experienced ministers.
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Call Numbers: 227.1 Hod
by Hodge, Charles, 1797-1878. - c1993 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  The Crossway classic commentaries
Perhaps there is no clearer and more systematic treatise on the gospel of Jesus Christ than that found in Paul's Epistle to the Romans. Christian believers through the centuries have fed deeply on its themes of the sinfulness of man, the richness of God's mercy, the transforming power of Jesus Christ in the repentant life, the believer's participation in the Savior's death and resurrection, and the practical implications of spiritual truth for daily life.
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Call Numbers: 227.91 Man
by Manton, Thomas, 1620-1677. - c1995 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  The Crossway classic commentaries
The epistle of James abounds with punch and clarity. Amazingly relevant and practical for our age, it continues to be a popular New Testament book for followers of Christ. Its themes, which include good works issuing out of genuine faith, equal treatment of the rich and poor, taming the tongue, heavenly wisdom, and patience in the midst of suffering, have brought great encouragement to God's people.
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Call Numbers: 228 Tho Vol. 1
by Thomas, Robert L., 1928- - c1992 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Through the centuries since its writing, the book of Revelation has captured the fascination of the Christian church. The earliest Christians were unanimous in understanding it along a premillennial view of Jesus' second coming, but other hermeneutical approaches began to emerge in the third century. These clouded, and added complexity to, the task of explaining the book’s meaning. For most of the Christian era, consequently, many readers have viewed this last of the NT writings as though it were hopelessly embedded in an aura of deep mystery. An avalanche of interpretive literature has evidenced remarkable interest in the book’s contents, but along with the interest has come widespread bewilderment.Written especially for the informed layman, student, and scholar, this commentary seeks to clear the air. The book is interpreted according to a historical and grammatical hermeneutic and propounds a conservative, evangelical theology, but the reader will not get a narrow view on areas of disagreement. This commentary interacts with a range of major views, both evangelical and nonevangelical. It reaffirms the basic framework of eschatology espoused by ancient Christianity, but with added help from centuries of maturing thought and doctrinal progress in the Body of Christ. All exegesis and exposition in this commentary on chapters 1–7 are based on the original language of the text. Translations used are those of the author, and textual criticism and word study are included where appropriate. This in-depth commentary also includes extended excursuses on important topics of theological and historical interest.
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Call Numbers: 228 Tho Vol. 2
by Thomas, Robert L., 1928- - c1995 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Through the centuries since its writing, the book of Revelation has captured the fascination of the Christian church. The earliest Christians were unanimous in understanding it along a premillennial view of Jesus' second coming, but other hermeneutical approaches began to emerge in the third century. These clouded, and added complexity to, the task of explaining the book’s meaning. For most of the Christian era, consequently, many readers have viewed this last of the NT writings as though it were hopelessly embedded in an aura of deep mystery. An avalanche of interpretive literature has evidenced remarkable interest in the book’s contents, but along with the interest has come widespread bewilderment.Written especially for the informed layman, student, and scholar, this commentary seeks to clear the air. The book is interpreted according to a historical and grammatical hermeneutic and propounds a conservative, evangelical theology, but the reader will not get a narrow view on areas of disagreement. This commentary interacts with a range of major views, both evangelical and nonevangelical. It reaffirms the basic framework of eschatology espoused by ancient Christianity, but with added help from centuries of maturing thought and doctrinal progress in the Body of Christ. All exegesis and exposition in this commentary on chapters 8–22 are based on the original language of the text. Translations used are those of the author, and textual criticism and word study are included where appropriate. This in-depth commentary also includes extended excursuses on important topics of theological and historical interest.
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Call Numbers: 230 Ber
by Berkhof, Louis, 1873-1957. - Copies: 1 of 1 available

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Call Numbers: 230 Cha Vol. 1
by Chafer, Lewis Sperry, 1871-1952. - c1988 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

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Call Numbers: 230 Cha Vol. 2
by Chafer, Lewis Sperry, 1871-1952. - c1988 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

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Call Numbers: 230 Zuc
c1991 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

A Biblical Theology of the Old Testament gives fresh insight and understanding to this theological discipline. Scholars from Dallas Theological Seminary combine to create this important volume edited by Roy B. Zuck. Each contributor looks at divine revelation as it appears chronologically in the canon, allowing you to witness God's truth unfold through the centuries.
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Call Numbers: 231.3 Ryr
by Ryrie, Charles Caldwell, 1925-2016. - c1997 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

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Call Numbers: 231.6 Car
by Carson, D. A. - c2000 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

In this treatment of many of the Bible's passages regarding divine love, noted evangelical scholar D. A. Carson not only critiques sentimental ideas such as "God hates the sin but loves the sinner," but provides a compelling perspective on the nature of God and why He loves as He does. Carson blends his discourse with discussion of how God's sovereignty and holiness complete the biblical picture of who He is and how He loves. In doing away with trivialities and cliches, this work gets to the heart of this all-important doctrine from an unflinching evangelical perspective. Yet it does so without losing its personal emphasis: for in understanding more of the comprehensive nature of God's love as declared in His Word, you will come to understand God and His unending love for you more completely.
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Call Numbers: 231.765 Nag
The modern materialist approach to life has conspicuously failed to explain such central mind-related features of our world as consciousness, intentionality, meaning, and value. This failure to account for something so integral to nature as mind, argues philosopher Thomas Nagel, is a major problem, threatening to unravel the entire naturalistic world picture, extending to biology, evolutionary theory, and cosmology.
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Call Numbers: 231.7652 Cab
by Cabal, Theodore J., 1956- - 2017 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Controversy of the Ages carefully analyzes the debate by giving it perspective. Rather than offering arguments for or against a particular viewpoint on the age of the earth, the authors take a step back to put the debate in historical and theological context. The authors of this book demonstrate from the history of theology and science controversy that believers are entitled to differ over this issue, while still taking a stand against theistic evolution. But by carefully and constructively breaking down the controversy bit by bit, they show why the age issue is the wrong place to draw a line in the sand.
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Call Numbers: 231.7652 Kea
by Keathley, Kenneth D., - 2014 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Biblically and scientifically informed answers to pressing questions about the creation-evolution debate.
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Call Numbers: 232.9 Ede
by Edersheim, Alfred, 1825-1889. - 1971 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

One of the best known and most important references on the life of Christ ever written, Alfred Edersheim's "The Life and Times of Jesus the Messiah" is a storehouse of information on the background of the New Testament. This classic work successfully portrays the streets, the marketplaces, the religious conflicts, the people, and the places of Jesus' earthly ministry.
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Call Numbers: 233 Hoe
by Hoekema, Anthony A., 1913- - 1986 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

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Call Numbers: 233.14 Ada
Presents a theological, biblical, and scientific case for the necessity of belief in the historical Adam and original sin in response to recent contemporary challenges.
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Call Numbers: 233.14 Cho
Includes new scientific, literary, business, educational, and legal perspectives on creation. Through this multidisciplinary look at the debate, the contributors prove that to change our understanding of the fall is to change the way we understand reality, to revise the Christian worldview, and to reshape the faith itself.
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Call Numbers: 248.4 Cli
by Clinton, Timothy E., 1960- - 2010 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

With helpful self-assessments, intriguing questions, and surprising revelations, this book moves from worldwide statistics to personal challenge, offering the means to become securely attached to God in a way that can have positive effects on our attitudes, approach to life, and overall life satisfaction.
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Call Numbers: 272.9 Voi
by The Voice of the Martyrs - 2015 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Eight women from eight very different backgrounds, yet the struggles they each faced rang with eerie similarity. From Pakistan, India, Romania, the former Soviet Union, China, Vietnam, Nepal, and Indonesia, these women shared similar experiences of hardship and persecution–all for their faith in Christ–yet they have emerged from adversity as leaders and heroines.
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Call Numbers: 92 Mac Vor
by Vorm, Dan - 2017 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Pioneer missionary Costas Macris was a man who believed God for great things. Born in Greece, he moved his family to the jungles of Irian Jaya, Indonesia, where he confronted cannibalistic head-hunters, opened new mission stations, and introduced teh gospel to stone-age tribes. He later returned to his home country, where he founded a bold, evangelistic work where the Apostle Paul had preached some 2,000 years before.\This inspiring accont of Costas' life will challenge you to trust God at a deeper level. You'll be encouraged by what God did through an ordinary man who abandoned himself, without reservation, to an extraordinary God.
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Call Numbers: ABF 253.7 Mar
by Marshall, Colin - 1995 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Training course for small group leaders
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Call Numbers: C-EB Cur
by Currie, Robin, 1948- - c1994 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Toddlers will enthusiastically participate in these 23 Bible stories using hand motions and other activities. Use in Sunday school or at home any time you want to present the values that form the foundation of faith in kids' hearts.
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Call Numbers: CD SERMON 2017 03-19
by Hegg, David - 2017 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Magnify! the Glory of God
Today contentment is rare. After all, our society prides itself in progress, in never being satisfied, always looking for the “new and improved.” We suffer from FOMO (fear of missing out), and take every opportunity to check our mail and twitter accounts. Frankly, being content is now thought of as unengaged, uninformed, or uncaring. But maybe we’ve just lost the true meaning of this cardinal virtue. This weekend we travel to Rome, and learn from Paul the joy of being content.
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Call Numbers: CD SERMON 2017 03-26
by Hegg, David - 2017 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Magnify! the Glory of God
When Jesus sent his disciples “into all the world,” he was embarking on an audacious mission: to gather together a multiethnic people to glorify his Name. This weekend, we take time to understand how our ethnic prejudices can keep us from “magnifying the glory of God” before a watching world.
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Call Numbers: CD SERMON 2017 04-02
by Hegg, David - 2017 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Magnify! the Glory of God
This weekend we remind ourselves just where knowing, believing, and telling the truth fit into the life of the Christ-follower. Satan is the “father of lies.” When we lie, when we are deceitful for unrighteous purposes, and when we conceal or manipulate the truth, we are exalting him. But when we are people of truth, committed to truth in every situation, we magnify the glory of God as we mirror his attribute of truth.
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Call Numbers: CD SERMON 2017 04-09
by Hegg, David - 2017 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Magnify! the Glory of God
Jesus calls His church to unity, both corporately and individually. But what is the nature of this unity? This weekend we look at the crowds who cheered Jesus as He entered Jerusalem, who were united around what they hoped He would be. But when He emerged as the suffering servant rather than the conquering king they turned on Him rapidly. What we learn from this and other biblical exhortations is the stark difference between visible unity and vital unity. The vital unity Jesus calls us to, which reflects the essential unity of the Triune God Himself, rests on shared truth and expresses itself in a unity that is not broken by external circumstances, but demonstrates to a watching world the power of the Gospel in all circumstances.
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Call Numbers: CD SERMON 2017 04-16
by Hegg, David - 2017 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Easter
Paul's presentation to the philosophers on Mars Hill stands as one of the greatest examples of bringing a Christian worldview to bear on a pluralistic society. Today, our pluralistic world chases after meaning down many paths, yet only one can deliver on promises of purpose, meaning and eternal salvation. As we celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, we also celebrate the worldview which stands proven and guaranteed by the empty tomb. He is risen ... He is risen indeed!
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Call Numbers: CD SERMON 2017 04-23
by Miller, Aaron - 2017 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Magnify! the Glory of God
The forgiveness of God works in concert with his grace and mercy. In Matthew 18:21-35, Jesus tells a parable that sets the standard for how his followers should forgive one another. As Christ-followers, we enjoy the benefits of being forgiven by God, but how does that translate into how we forgive other people? What are the consequences of withholding forgiveness? This weekend we will explore what it means to be forgiven by God and how that informs our forgiveness of others.
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Call Numbers: CD SERMON 2017 04-30
by Hegg, David - 2017 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Magnify! the Glory of God
This weekend we end our series on “magnifying the glory of God.” All the character traits we have examined have one thing in common: They are hard to display consistently! Living in our broken, dangerous world makes obedience to Christ difficult, and too often we lack the courage to persevere. What we need is courage, built from a strong belief in the truth of God and trust in his promises. May the Lord grant us a persevering faith, an uncommon passion to courageously walk the narrow path of God-glorifying lives, turning neither to the right nor the left, but always focused on our Savior.
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Call Numbers: CD SERMON 2017 05-07
by Garcia, Gabe - 2017 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Rooted - a study in Colossians
As we begin a journey through the book of Colossians, we see that Paul both encourages and exhorts those in Christ at Colossae. These Christ-followers are a young church that Paul has yet to visit, but he is encouraged by their faith and transformed living. However, due to the infiltration of false teaching, Paul also exhorts the saints at Colossae to continue in the gospel truth they have received so that they can walk in a manner worthy of the Lord.
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Call Numbers: CD SERMON 2017 05-14
by Miller, Aaron - 2017 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Rooted - a study in Colossians
Colossians 1:15-20 is a powerful description of the supremacy of Christ. Here, Paul declares Christ to be the central organizing power that sustains all of creation, and all new creation, beginning with his church. This week we will be established in the nourishing truth of Christ’s preeminence and encouraged to know the power that roots us in him.
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Call Numbers: CD SERMON 2017 05-21
by Burkholder, Jared - 2017 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Rooted - a study in Colossians
Almost inadvertently, our lives tend to scream out the things that we think are truly worthwhile. We give our lives toward certain ends because we think that they are worth our time, our energy, and our resources. But the unifying passion of each individual Christian and of Grace Baptist Church must be that we understand, cherish, and proclaim Jesus Christ. Whatever else we are known for, whatever else we love, whatever else we pursue—the person who should capture our love and our lives more than anything else is Christ.
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Call Numbers: CD SERMON 2017 05-28
by Hegg, David - 2017 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Rooted - a study in Colossians
Paul has spent the first major section of his letter to the Colossian church extolling the wonders and preeminence of Jesus Christ, God the Son Incarnate. But now he reveals his real burden for the readers. They are in danger of being seduced by the “wisdom” of their culture and being “uprooted” from the truth of God.
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Call Numbers: CD SERMON 2017 06-04
by Hegg, David - 2017 - Copies: 0 of 1 available

  Rooted - a study in Colossians
This week we begin a seven-week mini-series, situated in our study through Colossians, examining the issues found in our Social Values Statement. Our desire is to be so “rooted” in the truth that we are not “uprooted” by the swirling error of our culture. We begin with our most important social value: The Love of God.
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Call Numbers: CD SERMON 2017 06-11
by Hegg, David - 2017 - Copies: 0 of 1 available

  Rooted - a study in Colossians
At stake in the whole discussion of origins is the very existence and position of God. All arguments in defense of the biblical record bring us to conclude that God created all that exists and did so immediately. But the discussion must not stop there. We must get all the way to the Gospel through which the Spirit can bring us into eternal relationship with the God who created us.
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Call Numbers: CD SERMON 2017 06-18
by Hegg, David - 2017 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Rooted - a study in Colossians
Does it matter that human life was created by God as the crowning work of creation? And if so, why? How do we, as Christ-followers, live out the sanctity of life in a culture where human life is increasingly minimized in importance? This weekend we take to the Scriptures for our answers and commit ourselves to seeing every individual in our world as personally granted life by our gracious heavenly Father.
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Call Numbers: COM Kei Vol. 01
by Keil, Carl Friedrich, 1807-1888. - 1989 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Commentary on the Old Testament
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Call Numbers: COM Kei Vol. 02
by Keil, Carl Friedrich, 1807-1888. - 1989 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Commentary on the Old Testament
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Call Numbers: COM Kei Vol. 03
by Keil, Carl Friedrich, 1807-1888. - 1989 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Commentary on the Old Testament
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Call Numbers: COM Kei Vol. 04
by Keil, Carl Friedrich, 1807-1888. - 1989 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Commentary on the Old Testament
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Call Numbers: COM Kei Vol. 05
by Keil, Carl Friedrich, 1807-1888. - 1989 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Commentary on the Old Testament
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Call Numbers: COM Kei Vol. 06
by Keil, Carl Friedrich, 1807-1888. - 1989 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Commentary on the Old Testament
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Call Numbers: COM Kei Vol. 07
by Keil, Carl Friedrich, 1807-1888. - 1989 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Commentary on the Old Testament
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Call Numbers: COM Kei Vol. 08
by Keil, Carl Friedrich, 1807-1888. - 1989 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Commentary on the Old Testament
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Call Numbers: COM Kei Vol. 09
by Keil, Carl Friedrich, 1807-1888. - 1989 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Commentary on the Old Testament
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Call Numbers: COM Kei Vol. 10
by Keil, Carl Friedrich, 1807-1888. - 1989 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Commentary on the Old Testament
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Call Numbers: COM Mac 1 Pet
by MacArthur, John, 1939- - c2004 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  The MacArthur New Testament commentary
Peter wrote this letter at the outbreak of Nero's persecution, urging his readers to have hope and courage in the midst of terrible affliction. His words of encouragement still resonate today. Even when belie vers face suffering and hostility, they can rest in their salvation, live out their testimony, and look forward to Jesus' return. John MacArthur explains each verse in a way that is both doctrinially precise and intensely practical.
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Call Numbers: COM Mac Luk Vol. 2
by MacArthur, John, 1939- - 2011 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  The MacArthur New Testament commentary
The MacArthur New Testament Commentary's look at the longest of the four gospels. The commentary provides a verse by verse and phrase by phrase exposition of the text, taking into account the cultural, theological, and Old Testament contexts of each passage. Interpretive challenges are fully dealt with, and differing views are fairly evaluated. The gospel of Luke is unique and provides valuable insight into Christ's life and ministry. For example, it gives the fullest account of Christ's birth and is the only gospel to record several of our Lord's parables, including the Good Samaritan and the Two Sons.
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Call Numbers: COM Mac Luk Vol. 3
by MacArthur, John, 1939- - 2013 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  The MacArthur New Testament commentary
The MacArthur New Testament Commentary's look at the longest of the four gospels. The commentary provides a verse by verse and phrase by phrase exposition of the text, taking into account the cultural, theological, and Old Testament contexts of each passage. Interpretive challenges are fully dealt with, and differing views are fairly evaluated. The gospel of Luke is unique and provides valuable insight into Christ's life and ministry. For example, it gives the fullest account of Christ's birth and is the only gospel to record several of our Lord's parables, including the Good Samaritan and the Two Sons.
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