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By Ajith Fernando

So much Bible commentaries take us on a one-way journey from the 20th century to the 1st century. yet they go away us there, assuming that we will one way or the other make the go back trip on our personal. In different phrases, they specialise in the unique that means of the passage yet do not talk about its modern program. the knowledge they provide is efficacious -- however the activity is simply part performed! The NIV program statement sequence is helping us with either halves of the interpretive job. This new and special sequence exhibits readers the best way to convey an historical message into glossy context. It explains not just what the Bible skill but in addition the way it can converse powerfully at the present time.

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