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|Genre/Form:||Criticism, interpretation, etc|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|Description:||128 pages ; 20 cm|
|Contents:||Many ways to God --
The synoptic gospels: the kingdom --
John: the word --
Paul: faith --
The letter to the Hebrews: the approach to God --
James: Christian action --
First Peter: Obligation --
The letter of John: right belief and true love --
II Peter and Jude: the good life --
The Revelation: the victor Christ --
The kērugma: the essence of the gospel --
Preaching the New Testament today.
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Barclay's Position always comes out
William Barclay is a "less conservative" scholar. He knows the Scriptures well and provides many insights to the text. Yet he does not take a conservative position on his subject matter. From his preface he says: It is in the mercy of God that there are many ways to God. Certainly contrary...
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