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"The testimony of the Lord is sure, making wise the simple" (Ps 19:7). In our postmodern age, in which uncertainty is rampant and truth so often obscured, believers must stand upon the sure foundation of God's written revelation. In this book, The Beauty and Glory of God's Word, edited by pastor, professor and scholar, Joel R. Beeke, well-known scholars have contributed a collection of biblically based essays that provide encouragement in trusting the Bible as God's inerrant, authoritative, clear, and sufficient word, as well as guidelines for how to use the Bible for personal joy and practical living.
Divided into three sections, this collection of studies considers the uniqueness of the Bible as the written word of God; highlights the glorious properties of God's word that instills both admiration and conviction regarding the sufficiency of Scripture for "teaching, reproof, correction and training in righteousness" (2 Tim 3:16); and reveals and reminds readers to move with admiration and conviction into meditation, obedience, and delight in the beautiful life of feeding on the written, spirit-breathed word of God. Beeke concludes this collection of studies on the Scriptures with the practical exhortation of the apostle James to receive and be doers of the Word.
The Beauty and Glory of God's Word reminds readers that the Bible is the fully inspired, "Spirit-breathed," Word of God that brings us to a saving knowledge and understanding of who God is and who we are in Him-to rightly orient us in the fabric of His Story and intended reality that we might delight and live.
Contributors include Michael Barrett, Joel Beeke, Gerald Bilkes, Ronald Kalifungwa, David Murray, Jack Schoeman, Geoff Thomas, and William VanDoodewaard.
Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: Reformation Heritage Books
|Publication Date: 2016|
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“Because the Bible is God’s Word, it possesses a unique and exquisite beauty that sets it above every other book in the world. Because it is God’s Word, it communicates with us, challenging our assumptions, commanding our attention, and correcting our behavior. This book about God’s Word is a fitting reminder to us that the Bible is no mere religious text, but a voice from another world speaking into ours with clarity, authority, beauty, and grace, suitable for all people, in all situations, and at all times. The great themes addressed in this collection of studies will serve to heighten our appreciation of who God is, how He has spoken to us, and what it is that He actually says.”
—Iain D. Campbell, minister in the Free Church of Scotland, Isle of Lewis