Of special interest in the books of Samuel is the personal touch of the historian under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. This book is primarily concerned with the text of the books of Samuel and 1 Kings 1-11, which... [Read More]
Of special interest in the books of Samuel is the personal touch of the historian under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. This book is primarily concerned with the text of the books of Samuel and 1 Kings 1-11, which record the rise and development of the united monarchy.
John J. Davis John J. Davis, Th.D., D.D., is president/professor emeritus at Grace College and Grace Theological Seminary in Winona Lake, Ind. He is the author of numerous books and articles and has served as... More »
Studies in the Epistle of James This installment of The Kent Collection is an excellent tool for discovering the intensely human aspect of James’ epistle. Discussion questions after each of its 13 chapters enhance its usefulness. 201 pages, Paperback ISBN:... [Read More]
Solomon, the wisest man in history, was Israel’s third king. While his name does not appear as the author of Ecclesiastes, his fingerprints are all over the book. His words challenge and encourage the reader to live as if his... [Read More]
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