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Rightly Dividing the Word - Nathaniel J. Wilson (Hardback)

Rightly Dividing the Word - Nathaniel J. Wilson (Hardback)
Rightly Dividing the Word - Nathaniel J. Wilson (Hardback)
SKU: 04-12051
Price: $19.99
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(Hardback)
ISBN: 978-0-9823912-0-4
160 pages.

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"Reading the Bible is an important and exciting adventure. The reader is entranced in becoming acquainted with its stories and its basic teaching. However, in reading (and re-reading) book after book, patterns begin to emerge. Certain events and people are given special emphasis. Some things are repeated and carried through from one story to the next. After a while, instead of looking at each "piece" separately, one becomes aware that there is an underlying movement shadowing each story and event which then moves toward a predetermined end. The reader finally realizes that the many stories are really one story–with each story adding its part to the whole as it moves toward a mighty, climactic conclusion. This book is about recognizing how these events and pieces fit together to form a divine, mosaic prism through which the light of revelation falls upon human understanding. Grasping the epochal shifts discussed in this book is absolutely a prerequisite to understanding the great underlying message of the Bible."
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"A must read."

on 3/11/2010 7:13:39 PM

Review: Bishop Nathaniel J. Wilson does it again! "Rightly Dividing THE WORD" is a remarkbly written work that will answer questions and concerns regarding "COVENANT THEOLOGY" and "DISPENSATIONAL TEACHING." This book will expose the short comings of Preterism.

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