Larry J. Waters

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Oct 1, 2009
Larry J. WatersLarry J. Waters
Job Each chapter in this book explores a textual “unit [and] the discussion centers around two basic sections: Commentary and Connections” (p. xv). The Commentary section...
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Oct 1, 2009
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Jonah: A Theological Exposition of Sacred Scripture Lessing, associate professor of exegetical theology at Concordia Seminary, has produced a welcome addition to the commentary series published by Concordia Publishing House, this...
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Oct 1, 2009
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The Books of 1 & 2 Timothy, Titus, and Philemon: Goals to Godliness Ray holds the Th.M. from Dallas Theological Seminary. He served for several years as professor at Tyndale Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas, and as editor and writer for...
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Jul 22, 2009
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Interruption Ministry Larry Waters, associate professor of Bible Exposition, discusses how to respond to "interruptions" during ministry. He encourages us by sharing some personal ministry experiences...
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Apr 1, 2009
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Matthew 1:1-11:1: A Theological Exposition of Sacred Scripture Concordia This is the first of two planned commentaries on the Gospel of Matthew. According to the editors’ preface, “honesty calls for an outline of the presuppositions held by...
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Mar 3, 2009
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Defining the Missio Dei Larry Waters, associate professor of Bible Exposition, looks at how the men and women of Scripture embrace the mission of God. He discusses why fulfilling God's mission and...
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Jan 1, 2009
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The Gospel of Matthew: The King Is Coming Reviewed along with The Gospel of Mark: Christ the Servant, by James McGowan, and The Gospel of Luke: Christ, the Son of Man, by Mal Couch. These volumes in the...
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Jan 1, 2009
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The Gospel of Mark: Christ the Servant Reviewed along with The Gospel of Matthew: The King Is Coming, by Edward Hindson and James Borland, and The Gospel of Luke: Christ, the Son of Man, by Mal...
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Jan 1, 2009
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The Gospel of Luke: Christ, the Son of Man Reviewed along with The Gospel of Matthew: The King Is Coming, by Edward Hind-son and James Borland, and The Gospel of Mark: Christ the Servant, by James McGowan. These volumes...
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Jan 1, 2007
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Leviticus EP Currid, Old Testament professor at Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson, Mississippi, points out that “Leviticus used to be the first book of the Bible read and studied by...
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Jan 1, 2007
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John Calvin: Suffering, Understanding the Love of God John Calvin (1509–1564) was familiar with suffering. He faced challenges as a leader of the Reformation, ministered to people undergoing various trials, and experienced his...
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Oct 1, 2006
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A Study Commentary on 1 Corinthians Naylor recognizes that 1 Corinthians is both disciplinary and didactical. Writing to rebuke the problems of divisions, impurity, divorce, and Christian liberty, Paul was seeking to...
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Jul 1, 2006
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2 Corinthians: Power in Weakness This book is the sixteenth offering by Hughes in the “Preaching the Word” series, written primarily for expository preachers. Senior pastor of College Church in...
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Jul 1, 2006
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A Study Commentary on 1 and 2 Timothy Barcley is associate professor of New Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi, and pastor of Lebanon Presbyterian Church in Learned, Mississippi. He...
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Apr 1, 2006
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Christianity at Corinth: The Quest for the Pauline Church This book seeks to identify and evaluate the history of scholarship dealing with the character and disputes of the first Corinthian Christians. Part one, “Extracts from the...
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Apr 1, 2006
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Encountering New Religious Movements: A Holistic Evangelical Approach Reviewed in conjunction with A Guide to New Religious Movements, edited by Ronald Enroth. Encountering New Religious Movements consists of essays by the editors and ten...
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Apr 1, 2006
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A Guide to New Religious Movements Reviewed in conjunction with Encountering New Religious Movements, edited by Irving Hexham, Stephen Rost, and John W. Morehead II. Encountering New Religious Movements...
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Oct 1, 2005
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Evangelical Feminism and Biblical Truth: An Analysis of More Than One Hundred Disputed Questions Grudem analyzes and refutes more than one hundred arguments used by egalitarians in the debate about biblical gender roles. The book’s first 536 pages address these...
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Oct 1, 2005
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Heaven According to Alcorn, author of over twenty books and founder of Eternal Perspective Ministries (EPM), the subject of heaven rates as one of the least accurately discussed subjects...
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Oct 1, 2005
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Recovering Biblical Ministry by Women: An Exegetical Response to Traditionalism and Feminism This book is an attempt to determine what the Bible teaches about the role of women in ministry. The Winstons, a husband-and-wife team, state, “We wrote … with the...
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Jul 1, 2005
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The Believer’s Payday: Why Standing before Christ Should Be Our Greatest Moment Benware, professor of Bible and doctrine at Philadelphia Biblical University, believes that appearance at the Judgment Seat of Christ is the “second most important event...
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Apr 1, 2005
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I & II Timothy and Titus The Pastoral Epistles present difficult questions for the modern interpreter, including such matters as their authorship, literary characteristics, and social orientations....