By Gesenius, Wilhelm
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Roger Cotton is Professor of Old Testament at the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary. D. from Concordia Seminary. Andrew Davies is professor at the Assemblies of God Bible College at Mattersey, United Kingdom. D. from the University of Sheffield, England. Steven M. Fettke is Professor of Religion at Southeastern College of the Assemblies of God. Min. from Columbia Theological Seminary. Richard Israel is Vice President for Academic Affairs at Bethany College of the Assemblies of God. D. from Claremont Graduate University.
From Vanguard University and is pursuing doctoral studies at Claremont Graduate University. The late Ronald E. Wright was Professor Emeritus of Theology at Vanguard University, where he taught from 1975 to 2000. E. D. from Northwest Baptist Theological College in Vancouver, Canada. Preface The inspiration for writing this book came from teaching students on Borneo in 1985. The only evangelical survey of the Old Testament available at that time was tedious and dry. My students were excellent, intelligent, and highly motivated, but English was their third language!
Again and again Jesus appealed to a single word as he interpreted and applied a passage to his hearers. This is particularly noteworthy when he faced opposition. Questioned by the Pharisees about his true identity, he emphasized one word from Psalm 110:1 (Matt. 22:41–45). He based His reply to the Sadducees’ denial of the resurrection on the time implied by one verb in Exodus (Exod. 3:6; Matt. 22:31–32). When a crowd in Jerusalem prepared to stone him, Jesus centered his defense on a single word from Psalm 82:6 (John 10:34).