Many modern readers think of the Book of Numbers with a groan. And it does begin slowly, with several chapters detailing the census of Israel. But once we get past those chapters, Numbers becomes a thrilling narrative of Israel’s journey through the desert as well as a cautionary tale about how not to respond to the saving mercies of God. Fr. Patrick Reardon’s chapter-by-chapter analysis will help the reader glean the greatest possible profit from this oft-neglected book.
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What if God designed your church? What if He came down and told an architect exactly how to make it: building materials, size, shape, where to place the furniture, what art to place there…every detail? Wouldn’t you wonder, WHY? Why this type of wood or this kind of metal? Why this artwork here instead of [...]
A favorite for decades, Strong’s numbering system is cross-referenced to many other important study tools. Now it’s even easier to use! Newly typeset for clearer readability, it includes reorganized main entries, updated and improved Hebrew and Greek dictionaries, and handy indexing. Erratum: The table of contents lists a section on “Updated Edition Premium CD” on [...]
The book of Job is regarded as one of the wisdom books found in the Old Testament, fit for all times and all people. It speaks of the sufferings of a blessed man by the name of Job who has to deal with many tribulations as well as the accusations of his friends. In all [...]