First Corinthians

First Corinthians The Lectio Continua Expository Commentary on the New Testament is not meant to be an academic or highly technical series There are many helpful exegetical commentaries written for that purpose Rather

  • Title: First Corinthians
  • Author: Kim Riddlebarger Jon D. Payne
  • ISBN: 9781938139000
  • Page: 456
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Lectio Continua Expository Commentary on the New Testament is not meant to be an academic or highly technical series There are many helpful exegetical commentaries written for that purpose Rather, the aim is to provide lectio continua sermons which clearly and faithfully communicate the context, meaning, gravity and application of God s inerrant Word Each volume of The Lectio Continua Expository Commentary on the New Testament is not meant to be an academic or highly technical series There are many helpful exegetical commentaries written for that purpose Rather, the aim is to provide lectio continua sermons which clearly and faithfully communicate the context, meaning, gravity and application of God s inerrant Word Each volume of expositions aspires to be redemptive historical, covenantal, Reformed and confessional, trinitarian, person and work of Christ centered, and teeming with practical application Therefore, the series will be a profound blessing to every Christian believer who longs to grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ II Peter 3 18 from the Series Introduction by Dr Jon D Payne

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    About "Kim Riddlebarger Jon D. Payne"

    1. Kim Riddlebarger Jon D. Payne

      Dr Riddlebarger is a minister in the United Reformed Churches of North America and currently pastors Christ Reformed Church in Anaheim, CA He is also visiting professor of systematic theology at Westminster Seminary California and a frequent contributor to Tabletalk and Modern Reformation He has written two books on the end times A Case for Amillennialism Understanding the End Times, and The Man of Sin Uncovering The Truth About the Antichrist For free resources on this subject visit his blog, The Riddleblog, where he has a plethora of free charts, manuscripts and audio.

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    1. A wonderful, accessible new commentary on 1 Corinthians. It's not super technical (i.e. no actual Greek words, only occasional transliterations of the words), but is deeply serious and biblical--a great place to start for someone who has perhaps never read a commentaryEach chapter begins with a short review of the chapter before it; this may seem a bit repetitive if you're reading the commentary straight through, but if you're just looking up a specific passage or topic it's a helpful feature.I' [...]


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