Mark Moore has written a commentary utilizing examples that give a clear understanding as to how each text fits into today’s world. For the student or teacher who wants to be true to the Word, The Chronological Life of Christ is a dependable resource.
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Why believe that Jesus is the Son of God? How can we know he rose from the dead? Your most pressing questions about Christianity—answered! Well known for his bestseller The Case for Christ, Strobel uses an investigative approach to examine faith issues and gives easy-to-understand answers that will satisfy skeptics’ most common queries. 53 pages, [...]
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