Understanding and enjoying the Bible

Paul E BrownSKU: UYB ISBN: 9781903087800



How are you getting on in reading your Bible? Do you find yourself reading certain books quite frequently the Gospels, Psalms, Paul's letters but almost entirely overlooking others? Ezekiel or Leviticus, for example? Or perhaps you regularly plod your way through the whole Bible but quite frankly find some books very difficult to understand and get little out of them? This book will help you to understand more clearly what you are reading and so to get more out of the Word of God.

About the Author:

Paul E. Brown lives near Lancaster, England. He retired after forty-two years in pastoral ministry: first in Southampton (as an assistant pastor), and then in Stoke-on-Trent and Dunstable. For many years he contributed to and edited Go Teach and Grace magazine. He has authored several books, most recently editing Homosexuality: Christian Truth and Love for Day One. He studied at the colleges now named the London School of Theology and Wales Evangelical School of Theology. He is married to Mary, and they have three children and seven grandchildren.

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"good starting point"

Poetry, wisdom literature, prophecy, apocalyptic writing, drama, love stories, war writing, history, story: all contained in between the covers of our Bibles. How do we negotiate our way through such a diverse collection of genres? How do we apply them to our everyday lives? How can we understand more about the context in which they were written – and how can we learn to interpret the Bible for ourselves? This book seeks to answer some of those questions, and would make a good starting point for anyone wishing to deepen their understanding of God’s Word. GoodBookStall Review - Samantha Luscombe - 18/01/07

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