New Geneva Introduction to the Old Testament is a reprint of Bible study helps first developed by the Foundation for Reformation, Luder Whitlock, Jr., D.Min., President. It was originally produced as introductory material throughout the New Geneva Study Bible published by Thomas Nelson Publishers. However, that version of the Bible went out of print at the beginning of the 21st Century. Subsequently permission was given by Excelsis, Inc. [formerly Foundation for Reformation] to Metokos Press to reprint this work in the present trade-book format. These comprehensive and concise introductions to the various sections and books of the Bible provide invaluable reference to Christians interested in the Reformed tradition. The explanatory texts have been produced without the text of the Bible interspersed in order to provide an affordable compilation of material aimed at helping the everyday reader understand and interpret the various books of the Bible, no matter which translation version he or she might use. This volume on the Old Testament is a companion book to New Geneva Introduction to the New Testament. Adapted by Don K. Clements, it faithfully reproduces the text as originally produced for an audience that includes both the academician and the everyday reader who wants to have a deeper knowledge of the Bible and its context. A limited pre-publication edition is available for reviewers only.
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Published May 20, 2006
by Metokos Press.
Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference.