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review 2018-08-18 23:47
Laying Down the Law
Laying Down the Law - Keith Augustus Burton

One of the most contentious issues debated between Christian theologians is “the Law” and its place within Christianity.  In Laying Down the Law, Keith Augustus Burton looks at the misconceptions surrounding God’s Law and puts the spotlight on it’s real meaning, love.  Through 157 pages Burton tackles such topics as legalism, dispensationalism, the meaning of Paul’s writing on the Law, and so much more over 13 chapters using Bible verses, the culture of biblical times, and personal stories that begin and end each chapter to illustrate the topic covered.  After reading this book, one will see God’s Law in whole new light.

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review 2018-08-05 18:51
The Book of Acts
The Book of Acts - Wilson Paroschi

The Acts of the Apostles follows the men who in three decades totally changed the world by spreading the gospel of Christ first in Jerusalem then Judea and Samaria and finally to the entire world.  Wilson Paroschi’s The Book of Acts is a supplement for the Adult Sabbath School Bible Study Guide (3rd Quarter) of the same name and at 128 pages is not intended to be commentary on Acts, but it is a valuable study guide regardless if you starting the Bible with or without the corresponding Sabbath School Quarterly.  And for further study, Paroschi ends the book with a list of recommendations for further study of not only Acts and the events that take place but the early Church as well.

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review 2017-04-24 17:11
ALL THINGS NEW by KELLY MINTER
All Things New - Bible Study Book: A Study on 2 Corinthians (Living Room) - Kelly Minter

I read this for a Bible study at my church. This was good but usually the Bible studies I read are, "Now what do you think about that verse" where this was "Name the 5 reasons Paul gave for writing to the Corinthian church". I guess the emphasis was on the word "study". It was good but with 5 sections each week it was a struggle to finish it during my lunch hour.

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review 2015-12-28 00:00
Women of the Word: How to Study the Bible with Both Our Hearts and Our Minds
Women of the Word: How to Study the Bible with Both Our Hearts and Our Minds - Jen Wilkin I liked it.
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review 2015-05-30 20:48
Excellent!
Harpazo: The Intra-Seal Rapture of the Church - James Jacob Prasch

Excellent! Love the teachings of Jacob Prasch and this did not disappoint. I learned so much and I give it my highest recommendation for anyone who studies the Bible. This covers a study on the rapture as well as biblical prophecy from a Jewish point of view.

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