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Almost three-quarters of a century after Hebrew believers turned the world upside down; much of the church at Jerusalem had become mired in the legalistic trenches of Judaism and mixed the Mosaic Law with their faith in Christ. Like a disease, this tainted doctrine spread to the rest of the church, provoking the apostle Paul to respond with what has become one of the most intricate and astounding revelations of Jesus Christ in the New Testament.
Using historic biblical detail and nuances from the original Greek, Bob Yandian dissects Paul's brilliant argument for the superiority of Jesus Christ, starting with an introduction to the hypostatic union. Yandian then goes on to explore, verse-by-verse, several other themes including the walk of maturity, the reality of authority, and the importance of faith. Yandian's commentary is concerned not only with enlightenment but with application as believers are challenged to take their place as coheirs of the risen and glorified King of kings.
Number of Pages: 272
Vendor: Empowered Life
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 9.00 (inches)|
Series: A New Testament Commentary
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Bob Yandian was the pastor of Grace Church in his hometown of Tulsa Oklahoma for 33 years. In 2013 he began a new phase of ministry and passed the baton to his son, Robb, who now pastors Grace Church. Bob now travels extensively teaching in Bible schools, ministers conferences, and churches.
Bob is a graduate of Trinity Bible College where he studied under Charles Duncomb, an associate of Smith Wigglesworth. He served as both instructor and Dean of Instructors at Rhema Bible Training Center. He established the School of the Local Church that raised up and sent out hundreds of ministers to churches and missions organizations around the world. He is called “a pastor to pastors.”