Combining three incredibly important books for the teaching of the Church, this book offers a complete and comprehensive guide to understanding the Gospel throughout the whole of Scripture. Hugely popular, this collection containing Gospel & Kingdom, Gospel & Wisdom and The Gospel in Revelation is being released in this special format and will be an essential guide to be used again and again for those who seek to understand the Bible in the light of who Jesus is. Those already acquainted with Goldsworthy's work will be familiar with his pithy and engaging style. Straightforward in his approach, he looks at how the Bible can only be understood through the eyes of the Gospel. This being the base of his interpretation, he studies the Old Testament and its application for today, Israel's wisdom literature and its role in the Christian life and the purpose and contemporary relevance of the book of Revelation, his knowledge of Old Testament idiom and structure enhancing his writing. This trilogy follows the Bible chronologically to give the reader a complete overview of evangelical Biblical interpretation forming an essential one-stop reference that will last a lifetime.
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Review 1 for The Goldsworthy Trilogy
Date:December 3, 2010
Location:Western New York
I havn't finished the book yet but have scanned through it and I'm half way through the middle book, The Kingdon in Revelations. This book alone is well worth the price. It is easy to read, not to technical, and lays an excellent foundation for the study of The Revelation of John. This book would make a good text for a Bible study because it puts The Revelation in context of the entire Bible . No speculative interpretation here, just sound, kingdom centered explanation.
Mr. Goldsworthly has written better as of late, especially his work entitled According to Plan, so this book was a huge disappointment. Very brief to a fault and not organized enough to digest and recall his points. Save your money and buy either Robert's: God's Big Picture or another book entitled Announcing the Kingdom.