James L. Kugel - Religion - 2008 - 848 pages
A reader's companion to the Bible draws on classic interpretations as well as modern scholarship to explain how the Bible may also be a metaphorical reflection of anthropological history.
Gordon D. Fee - Religion - 2009 - 448 pages
In an engaging, conversational style, Gordon Fee and Douglas Stuart take you through a given book of the Bible using their unique, progressive approach: • Orienting Data—Concise info bytes that form a thumbnail of the book • ...
Herbert Lockyer - Religion - 1988 - 368 pages
In this exhaustive study you become acutely aware that the riches of God's self-revelation are inexhaustible. This work is a witness to the fact that God-Father, Son, and Holy Spirit-Is infinitely glorious.
James I (King of England) - History - 2003 - 413 pages
In contrast to other editions of James's writings, which have been confined to a single aspect of his work, the present edition brings together for the first time his poetry and his religious writing, his political works and his treatises ...
H. M. S. Richards, Kenneth W. Wilson - Religion - 1983 - 382 pages
Assignments for reading the Bible chronologically in one year with daily inspirational thoughts selected from the sermons and writings of Harold Marshall Sylvester Richards, founder of the "Voice of Prophecy" radio broadcast.
Vincent L. Wimbush - Religion - 2003 - 98 pages
Highly respected biblical scholar Vincent Wimbush here outlines the five phases of African American reading and shows how the Bible offered a language-world through which Africans Americans have negotiated the strange land into which they ...