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Thomas Nelson Thru The Bible, Volume 4: Matthew-Romans

This volume of Thru the Bible is the fourth in a five-part series based on Dr. McGee's popular radio program of the same name. It covers the first half of the New Testament. Convinced that solutions to all of our problems-whether on the individual or international level-can be found in the Bible, Dr. McGee focuses on its everyday practical wisdom as well as its redemptive truth. An introductory section and a detailed outline precede the discussion of each book. Each chapter is examined through a areful, verse by verse study. A brief bibliography follows each book.
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Date:September 13, 2013
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I bought this book for my sister-in-law because she cannot use
a computer and she loves Dr. Vernon McGee's "down to earth"
manner. She phoned us after she had had it for a few days
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Date:May 19, 2007
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J. Vernon McGee does a wonderful job of giving a foundation of historical facts that will help the reader to comprehend more than just the words, but also the meaning behind them. He lets the reader in on a wonderful journey through the life of Jesus, and helps us to see the importance in the 4 gospels, the wording that is used, and even refers to original manuscripts that were translated incorrectly, or phrased improperly so as to bring about a better grip on the Holy Scriptures. I would recommend this commentary to new and older Christians alike as it has something for everyone!
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