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What The Old Testament Authors Really Cared About: A Survey of Jesus' Bible [Copertina rigida]

Jason S. Derouchie

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10 di 11 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle A Worshipful Academic OT Survey! 4 ottobre 2013
Di Sam Choi - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato:Copertina rigida
The title of my review does not make much sense...

When you have a quality academic resource, it can tend to be divorced from the heart. On the other hand, many books that are very focused on worship and love for God are devoid of much academic substance and meat. I have read a good bit of surveys and never have I read anything like this. Dr. DeRouchie opens up the text in ways I have never seen but he also invites me to worship Christ. He takes this book from a different angle. Many OT commentators will say that you must read the OT with the mind of a Jew. You must read it without knowing what you know in the NT lest you miss what the original author intended and miss a purer reading of the Text. DeRouchie flips this on it's head and invites you walk with Jesus on the road of Emmaus and allows Jesus to open up the OT to you (Luke 24). For all things in the OT ultimately point to Christ. This book teaches you not to read Christ into every verse, for that would be Hermeneutically irresponsible. But he teaches you to read the OT with which finds it's ultimately fulfillment and end in Christ (Christo-telic). Jason works hard to focus on only essential technical details and hone in on the biblical theology. He has also assembled an amazing cast of heavy weight OT scholars that make this book a go-to book for the OT!
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5.0 su 5 stelle Found after a long search 6 ottobre 2013
Di R. Kirk - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato:Copertina rigida
We are delighted with this text, having used it in pdf form last year, and now just received 160 copies for our intro OT Panorama course this fall at Willingdon School of the Bible. Can't recommend it highly enough! We sorted through a lot of resources looking for an orthodox approach to the OT canon, including a theme of the coming Messiah-Redeemer. This met our need precisely, and what an all-star team of authors, all in synch in terms of their approaches. While this will be used with adult students, we are considering promoting it more widely in our church for parents to use with their children, it's that flexible and appropriate and attractive. I would have this in my personal library even if it wasn't a "text," it's that beautiful, engaging, accurate, and delightfully written.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Clear, Concise, Christ Exalting, Worship Inspiring 17 ottobre 2013
Di Joel Aubrey - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato:Copertina rigida
What the Old Testament Authors Really Cared About is an Old Testament Survey like no other. It is clear in its presentation, providing concise summaries and guidance regarding the nature and message of each book of the OT, as well as the message of the OT as a whole. Derouchie also labors to do more than simply tip his hat to the traditional Hebrew ordering of scripture. He believes and labors to show that reading the Bible the way Jesus would have read it actually has an impact on how we read the text. Jason Derouchie is a Scholar who is passionate about making much of Jesus Christ, and every chapter moves in this direction. Perhaps one of the best things about this Survey is its versatility. The material in its pages is accessible to Beginning Seminary students, College students and High School students alike. Its illustrations, figures, charts, and pictures are both tasteful and helpful. I plan to use this book in both in my future pastoral ministry and in homeschooling my children. Five Stars!
4 di 4 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Worshipping through the OT 21 ottobre 2013
Di Andrew K. - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato:Copertina rigida
Dr. DeRouchie's book What the Old Testament Authors Really Cared About teaches in a clear manner that allowed me as his reader to understand and worship the God of the Bible better. This book truly was a gift to me as I was able to build bridges between OT promises and NT fulfillment. The greatest impact for me was that this book wasn't just about learning the customs and rules of the Old Testament people, it was about learning to worship through the OT's pages. I imagine that this book will not be one that will grow dusty on my bookshelf; I know that I'll reference it much in the future.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Making the Old Testament alive 17 ottobre 2013
Di Pastor J Gray - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato:Copertina rigida
I this an academic book? Yes, but so readable and enjoyable it does not seem so. It is a delightful survey of the Old Testament. It does exactly what the title implies. It gives the reader the heart and matter of each book of the Old Testament. It is full of understandable charts, maps and illustrations that make it an ideal textbook for an Old Testament survey class. It is not dry nor is it boring. It makes each book come alive revealing it real essences and importance. It is different than most surveys in three ways:

It places the book in the order of the Hebrew Bible as Jesus would have known it. It is arranged by the Law, Prophets, and Writings: not the Christian canonical order. Not an order that most of us are used to seeing.

The introductory issues (Who, When Where, Why) are condensed to one page that gives essential information at the beginning of each book of the Old Testament. It helps the reader from getting bogged down in the nonessential aspects of these issues.

Its heart is the ability to synthesize the major themes of each book into a cohesive message that communicates the intent of the Biblical author in an understandable and relevant way.

The text does a good job of pointing out that the essence of the Old Testament is to point to Christ. It holds to a high view of Scripture and its divine authorship. It upholds the elements of progressive revelation and redemptive history of the unfaithfulness of man and the faithfulness of God. It points beyond itself to give key resources for further study, which are conservative and evangelical.

All of this is done in an engaging creative way that is easily readable and understandable. It is delightful to read. It reaches into the Old Testament and draws out its truths that speak not only to the original readers, but make them alive to modern readers as well. Yet, it will educate one to the real essence of the Old Testament.

[Thanks to Kregel Publishing for supplying this copy for the purpose of my honest review.]

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