By Michael J. Kruger,J. Ligon Duncan,William B. Barcley,Robert Cara,Benjamin Gladd,Charles E. Hill,Reggie M. Kidd,Simon J. Kistemaker,Bruce A. Lowe,Guy P. Waters
Read the hot testomony from a biblical-theological perspective.
Featuring contributions from 9 revered evangelical students, this quantity introduces each one New testomony publication within the context of the entire canon of Scripture, assisting an individual who teaches or experiences the Bible to use it to the church today.
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A Biblical-Theological Introduction to the New Testament: The Gospel Realized by Michael J. Kruger,J. Ligon Duncan,William B. Barcley,Robert Cara,Benjamin Gladd,Charles E. Hill,Reggie M. Kidd,Simon J. Kistemaker,Bruce A. Lowe,Guy P. Waters