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eBook God's Plan Fulfilled: A Guide for Understanding the New Testament ePub

by Kenneth Schenck

  • ISBN: 0898273781
  • Category: Bible Study and Reference
  • Subcategory: Bibles
  • Author: Kenneth Schenck
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wesleyan Publishing House; Slp edition (March 1, 2009)
  • Pages: 320
  • ePub book: 1482 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1218 kb
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Dr. Kenneth Schenck guides readers through each book of the New Testament; offering background information, an overview of each book's content, along with tools for understanding key events, ideas and passages. Helpful sidebars and key information such as "big ideas" and themes are included to enhance readers' understanding.

God's Plan Fulfilled : A Guide for Understanding the New Testament. Schenck then guides the reader through each book of the New Testament, offering background information, an overview of the content, and specific help for understanding key events, ideas, and passages. By (author) Kenneth Schenck. Each chapter includes sidebars that enhance understanding and put key information such as big ideas and themes at eye level. Questions for application and discussion are included.

Schenck guides your study of Scripture, showing how God’s great plan for the world comes to fulfillment in the startling claim that Jesus is Lord! In this easy-to-grasp text, Schenck walks step-by-step through each book of the New Testament, helping you see its overarching story in the context of ancient history and culture.

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God's Plan Fulfilled : A Guide to Understanding the New Testament

God's Plan Fulfilled : A Guide to Understanding the New Testament. Opening chapters give the reader an overview of the content of the New Testament.

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Kenneth Schenck (born 1966) is a New Testament scholar whose primary focus has been the book of Hebrews, although he has also published on Paul and Philo. His New Testament Survey (Triangle Publishing) has sold nearly 10,000 copies, and his brief guide to Philo (Westminster John Knox) has been translated into both Russian and Korean. His blog also engages heavily with issues in hermeneutics, ecclesiology, and philosophy on both a popular and scholarly level.

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Many people want to read the Bible but have trouble knowing where to begin and making sense of what they are reading. God's Plan Fulfilled is a concise introduction to the New Testament that makes God's Word accessible to the average reader. Opening chapters give the reader an overview of the content of the New Testament. Schenck then guides the reader through each book of the New Testament, offering background information, an overview of the content, and specific help for understanding key events, ideas, and passages. Each chapter includes sidebars that enhance understanding and put key information such as big ideas and themes at eye level. Questions for application and discussion are included.