This book is written primarily for college and seminary students, but except for its first chapter it does not read like a textbook and so it should be useful to many. As Paul House observes, it can no longer be assumed that Christians know their Bibles. And so he has tried to write a book that gives its readers "the chance to absorb the biblical text and its theological emphases."
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Issue: "Wish List for the 21st Century" Jan./Feb. 2000 Vol. 9 No. 1 Page number(s): 49-50
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