We were in unanimous agreement that it is a great resource for working pastors. It is superlative of the best work coming out of biblical studies, because it is not written simply for the academy’s ivory tower but for the sake of the church.
BA Books & Authors on the Web – May 1, 2015
May 1, 2015 posted by Mason Slater
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