Troublesome Bible Passages Volume 1 Student

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Abingdon Press, Nov 1, 1994 - Religion - 112 pages
Bible students sometimes run across troublesome passages that are difficult to understand and put into practice, but are significant to Christian growth and discipleship. This study tackles Scriptures not normally studied from a discipleship viewpoint. This study book looks at 8 Old Testament and 15 New Testament scripture passages. Some of the lesson titles are: The Ten Commandments, Why Do Innocents Suffer?, Forgiveness, The Word Made Flesh, Speaking in Tongues and more.Appropriate for individual and group study, 23 sessions.(separate leader's guide #78378X)

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Wingeier is a retired member of the faculty of Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, in the fields of Christian education and practical theology. Retired clergy member of the Wisconsin Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church.

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