The first four documents in the New Testament are narratives of the life of Jesus. Casual readers tend to see the events and lessons in these stories as discrete units. But the gospels are not simply collections we can dip into when we need a moment's inspiration. Each author wrote to different communities, emphasizing particular aspects of Jesus' ministry and a message appropriate for each unique group. In Walking With Jesus Daniel Fuller, retired Professor of Hermeneutics at Fuller Seminary, expounds these stories for modern readers. His expositions enable us to comprehend and appreciate the details of the gospels according to each author's particular plan and purpose. Dr. Fuller helps us understand that the "trees" of the story did not just randomly become part of a forest. Rather, each narrative "plant" is an integral component of a beautifully landscaped garden. Progress and joy in our faith will result as we walk step by step with Jesus through these Gospel Gardens.
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|Size: ||233 KB|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781365502262 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|