Book Reviews


Kenneth O. Gangel Nashville 2003-01-02

This volume, like others in this series, is packed with material useful for Bible study and teaching. Each of the chapters includes an “introduction” (with an illustration that introduces the topic of the chapter), “commentary,” “conclusion” (with three principles and three applications), “life application,” “prayer,” “deeper discoveries” (with attention to specific issues in the Bible chapter), “teaching outline,” and “issues for discussion” (with three discussion questions). In addition each chapter is introduced with a relevant quotation and a summary statement.

Anyone studying or teaching the Book of Joshua will find this volume a welcome tool chock-full of valuable ideas.

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Roy B. Zuck
Roy B. Zuck, was senior professor emeritus of Bible Exposition at Dallas Theological Seminary and editor of Bibliotheca Sacra.
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