Feinberg addresses the Book of Revelation in this helpful, hardcover commentary. The book of Revelation has puzzled, frustrated, and confused Christians for centuries. Feinberg attempts to put to rest many of the concerns and confusions that plague our understanding of... [Read More]
Feinberg addresses the Book of Revelation in this helpful, hardcover commentary. The book of Revelation has puzzled, frustrated, and confused Christians for centuries. Feinberg attempts to put to rest many of the concerns and confusions that plague our understanding of this portion of Scripture.
Charles Feinberg Charles Lee Feinberg (1909-1995) was dean emeritus of Talbot Theological Seminary. He was born and reared in an orthodox Jewish home and studied for 14 years preparing for the rabbinate. After... More »
This commentary’s wide application of the original Greek and the author’s confident use of other commentaries and studies make this a handy tool for pastors and other church leaders. Yet, this work is not so exhaustive that the layman cannot... [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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