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Sweeter than Honey

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Dr. Christopher J. H. Wright is International Director of the Langham Partnership International. He also serves as chair of the L... Weiterlesen
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Dr. Christopher J. H. Wright is International Director of the Langham Partnership International. He also serves as chair of the Lausanne Movement's Theology Working Group and chair of the Theological Resource Panel of TEAR Fund, a leading Christian relief and development charity. Chris and his wife, Liz, have four adult children and six grandchildren.



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Many preachers ignore preaching from the Old Testament because they feel it is outdated in light of the New Testament and difficult to expound. On the other hand some preachers will preach from the Old Testament frequently but fail to 'handle' it correctly, turning it into mor- alistic rules or symbolic lessons for our spiritual life. In this book, Christopher J. H. Wright proclaims that preachers must not ignore the Old Testament. It is the Word of God! The Old Testament lays the foundation for our faith and it was the Bible that Jesus read and used. Looking first at why we should preach from the Old Testament, the author moves on to show the reader how they can preach from it. Covering the History, Law, Prophets, Psalms and Wisdom Literature, interspersed with practical checklists, exercises and sermons, the reader is provided with an essential guide on how to handle from the Old Testament correctly.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Sweeter than Honey
Untertitel: Preaching the Old Testament
Autor:
EAN: 9781783689347
ISBN: 178368934X
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Langham Preaching Resources
Anzahl Seiten: 276
Gewicht: 404g
Größe: H229mm x B152mm x T14mm
Jahr: 2015