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Exploring the Book of Daniel (John Phillips Commentary Series) (The John Phillips Commentary Series) ePub download

by John Phillips

  • Author: John Phillips
  • ISBN: 0825433991
  • ISBN13: 978-0825433993
  • ePub: 1259 kb | FB2: 1622 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Bible Study & Reference
  • Publisher: Kregel Publications (April 15, 2004)
  • Pages: 288
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 351
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Exploring the Book of Daniel (John Phillips Commentary Series) (The John Phillips Commentary Series) ePub download

He pulls the Old and New Testaments together in a way that helps to understand that the Bible truly is one book written by one author to reveal the one God of the universe. His insight is outstanding

He pulls the Old and New Testaments together in a way that helps to understand that the Bible truly is one book written by one author to reveal the one God of the universe. His insight is outstanding. His explanations are clear, concise, and easily understood. While leading an upcoming study in the book of Daniel, I intend to make John Phillips' "Exploring the Book of Daniel" one of the central "go-to" tools. I have several volumes by John Phillips (including the New Testament set) and I strongly.

John Phillips writes with enthusiasm and clarity,. cutting through the confusion and heretical dangers associated with Bible interpretation. Ships from and sold by bargainbookstores

Pages: 288 pages Publisher: Kregel Academic & Professional Published: 2004 ISBN-10: 0825433991 ISBN-13: 9780825433993.

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"John Phillips writes with enthusiasm and clarity, . . . cutting through the confusion and heretical dangers associated with Bible interpretation." —Moody Magazine
Eng.Men
John Phillips is one of the best commentators of scripture I have found. He pulls the Old and New Testaments together in a way that helps to understand that the Bible truly is one book written by one author to reveal the one God of the universe. His insight is outstanding. His explanations are clear, concise, and easily understood. While leading an upcoming study in the book of Daniel, I intend to make John Phillips' "Exploring the Book of Daniel" one of the central "go-to" tools.

I have several volumes by John Phillips (including the New Testament set) and I strongly recommend any of his books. You won't go wrong reading this wonderful author's work.
Pedora
wow. really has a lot of Spiritual food contained in this book
LiTTLe_NiGGa_in_THE_–°ribE
Phillips is a master at digging into theology and still making it relevant and understandable to the lay person. I highly recommend his commentary, and also the one he wrote on the Book of Revelation.
Gardataur
I was confused about how Daniel fit into the history of the time it was placed in the Bible, but even more how it affected New Testament times and then how it affects today's happenings. This commentary is very helpful to a novice Bible student and easy to understand. The book is full of helpful facts about the times of Daniel.
Kirizan
Arrived on time and as advertised
Jeb
Another outstanding Bible commentary by Dr. Phillips. He does a tremendous job of explaining the meaning of the Scriptures. Thankful for such helpful resources made readily available by Dr. Phillips and Amazon. Mike Buckamneer
Makaitist
This is one of the best books I'v read. Good for expanded study but also extremely interesting.
Love the series. Well written and presented.
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