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by Lloyd J. Ogilvie,Mark D. Roberts

eBook The Communicator's Commentary: Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther (COMMUNICATOR'S COMMENTARY OT) download ISBN: 0849904161
Author: Lloyd J. Ogilvie,Mark D. Roberts
Publisher: W Pub Group; Reprint edition (June 1, 1993)
Language: English
Pages: 442
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Category: Christian Books
Subcategory: Bible Study and Reference

Each discussion of the biblical text in every chapter anticipates the needs and questions of today’s preachers and teachers.

Following the introduction.

Mark D. Roberts writes this illustration-filled volume on Ezra, Nehemiah and Esther focusing . Mark D. Roberts (PhD, Harvard University) is executive director of the Max De Pree Center for Leadership at Fuller Seminary. Roberts writes this illustration-filled volume on Ezra, Nehemiah and Esther focusing on three questions and offering the answering to the questions which are: what did the text mean in its original context, what does the text mean for us and how can we illustrate the textso that it will come alive today? .

by Mark D. Roberts, Lloyd J. Ogilvie. ISBN 9780785247852 (978-0-7852-4785-2) Softcover, Thomas Nelson, 2002.

Dare to Be True: Living in the Freedom of Complete Honesty. ISBN 9781578567041 (978-1-57856-704-1) Softcover, WaterBrook, 2003. by Mark D.

"Ezra and Nehemiah address issues that make the front pages of our newspapers - and they speak to the yearnings of our hearts." This is why the author of this volume, Dr. Mark Roberts enthusiastically encourages Christian communicators to explore these somewhat obscure Old Testament texts.For much the same reason the author believes modern pastors and Bible students can benefit from careful study in the often-maligned book of Esther. He emphasizes the book's contemporary relevance, stating, "Esther encourages us to grapple with pressing moral issues in light of God's wisdom."As a pastor with a passion for communicating God's truths to young people and to the unchurched in our world, Dr. Roberts shares his personal success in using the books of Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther to address contemporary needs.Not only is this commentary well-written and carefully researched, but, as an added plus, Dr. Roberts' deep faith and his dynamic relationship with Christ shine through every page. As Dr. Lloyd Ogilvie says in the editor's preface, the author of this fine volume "is vulnerable, open and honest about how the Scriptures he explains have impacted his own life."Marked by the excellence you have come to expect in the Communicator's Commentary series, this latest volume wrestles with difficult questions, such as the rightful place of Esther in the canon and the puzzling roles of Sheshbazzar and Zerubbabel; provides a wide range of quotations and anecdotes from modern and classical sources to help us communicate God's message today; and offers balance of exegetical, historical, and literary analysis along with penetrating applications of the truths reflected in these texts."As communicators," Dr. Ogilvie says, "we all long for those magnificent moments in our preparation when we are gripped with an inspired insight into a passage of Scripture that prompts us to exclaim, 'that will preach!' We are filled with excitement and enthusiasm to share what we've discovered. This is exactly what will happen as you study this commentary. It is power-packed and brimming over with new insight into familiar passages."
Comments: (4)
Captain America
great study guide
Bluecliff
great book excellent reading, quick delievery
Zyangup
Excellent product! Exactly as described...
Silly Dog
Roberts has provided a valuable service to pastor and student alike. He addresses the thornier problems of Ezra and Nehemiah; all the while using them as a practical text for training Christian leaders. Perhaps most helpful is his ability to demonstrate the practical relevance (and rich, implied spirituality) of the seemingly non-theistic Biblical book of Esther.