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Enduring Treasure

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In this book Dr Pieter Lalleman (Spurgeon's College) argues that the Old Testament is more than just a series of predictions about the coming of Jesus! The first part of the Bible is an Enduring Treasure, of lasting value for the Christian church, and as such it must continue to play an important role in our personal faith.

Description

Many Christians hardly ever read the Old Testament of the Bible, thinking it somehow less important than the New Testament. Yet there are many topics in the Old Testament which remain vitally important for believers today.

In this book Dr Pieter Lalleman argues that the Old Testament is more than just a series of predictions about the coming of Jesus! The first part of the Bible is an Enduring Treasure, of lasting value for the Christian church, and as such it must continue to play an important role in our personal faith.

He said to them, ‘Therefore every teacher of the law who has become a disciple in the kingdom of heaven is like the owner of a house who brings out of his storeroom new treasures as well as old.’ (Matthew 13:52)

About the Author

Rev. Dr. Pieter J. Lalleman is Tutor in Biblical Studies at Spurgeon’s College, London. His previous works include: The Lion and the Lamb: Studies on the Book of Revelation, The Acts of John, A Critical Companion to the Bible, and an entry in The Encyclopaedia of Ancient History.

Additional information

Weight .4 kg
Dimensions 17.8 x 1 x 11.1 cm
Format

Paperback

Imprint

Faithbuilders

ISBN

978-1-910942-76-5

Language

English

Pages

174

Publication Date

31st May 2017

1 review for Enduring Treasure

  1. Mathew Bartlett

    Extract from review by Marann Amor, School of Divinity, University of Edinburgh
    “Lalleman … allows the Old Testament to take centre stage and he clearly elucidates its various meanings in a way that is honest to the texts. … Lalleman’s work is academically grounded [yet] written for a general Christian audience …. This piece is not intimidating and Lalleman’s simple writing style makes his argument accessible to those who might have only basic knowledge of the Old Testament …. I know that in my future parish ministry, I will eagerly use this text as I work to help others experience the lasting value of the Old Testament.”

    Read Full article here: http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0014524617746598 (access required)

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