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Every Name of God in the Bible: Everything in the Bible Series

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Humanity has come to understand God more fully by way of the names, titles, and images used to identify Him in the Bible. These three aspects include examples such as:

Names-Yahweh, Sovereign Lord, Eternal God.

Titles-Creator of heaven, God of truth, God of justice.

Images-Fortress, Potter, Father.
Published January 15th 2001 by Thomas Nelson
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Robert Federline
Oct 04, 2016 Robert Federline rated it liked it
This book is part of a series of expository works, known as the "Everything in the Bible Series." Nonetheless, it does stand alone, and one need not read any of the other works to appreciate it.

It is a book of indoctrination, as well as exposition. From time to time there are digressions into various doctrinal beliefs, although always from a Protestant perspective, such as when there is a comparison of Calvin and Luther or Wesley. Early church fathers are also quoted on different occasions, but
John Avery
Dec 27, 2013 John Avery rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I read the English edition of this book and was impressed. It is an encyclopedia of the names of God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit in the Bible. It is thorough and Scriptural. Richards is fairly conservative in what he includes, avoiding controversy and sticking with the well worn path of understanding. It makes for probably the best encyclopedia of God's names on the market (if it still is on the market).
The downside is presentation. Artwork breaks the text up but is not entirely necessary. A more
Aug 26, 2009 Joellen rated it really liked it
Lots to learn reading this book.
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B.A., University of Michigan; Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Northwestern University

A native of Michigan, Richards entered the world on September 25, 1931, to faith-affirming parents. His father served as an elder in their Presbyterian church, and Richards grew up immersed in religious education classes. However, he lost his interest in religion, later decided to enroll at Antioch Coll
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