A beautiful symphony, but sometimes confusing.
The Bible is the sure Word of God, a help and guide for everyday life. But it's also filled with bewildering diversity poetry, history, and letters written by dozens of people in several languages.
What do the exodus, covenant, and priesthood have to do with grace, faith, and discipleship? What possible connection can there by between Sinai and Golgotha? How do we get from the Garden of Eden to the New Jerusalem?
This accessible introduction to the Bible emphasizes the unity within its diversity. Mark Strom traces the great themes in their recurring rhythms and patterns, helping the reader discern God's grand, overarching design for his creation.
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Mark Strom (ThM, Westminster Theological Seminary; PhD, University of Western Sydney) is director of Interpretive Consulting Ltd. in Australia. He has also written Reframing Paul.Review:
"Masterful and engaging. I enthusiastically recommend this book to gain a bird's eye view of the Bible's compelling message." --Tremper Longman III
"An outstanding summary of biblical content. Strom shows how the various themes and motifs of Scripture come together to form a truly harmonious and consistent whole." --Keith Mathison
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