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Average rating: 4.5 · 10 ratings · 1 review · 8 distinct worksSimilar authors
Freshman 15

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What God Has Joined Together

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Eve in Exile and the Restoration of Femininity by Rebekah Merkle
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The Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan
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Getting Ready for Marriage Workbook by Jim Burns
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Humility by Andrew Murray
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I finished a reread of this book (probably the 4th read) in which Andrew Murray, South African pastor of the 19th century, provides such a rich, biblical description of what Christian humility should look like. While there are numerous quotable ...more
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The Book of Proverbs, Chapters 1-15 by Bruce K. Waltke
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The Book of Proverbs, Chapters 15-31 by Bruce K. Waltke
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Paul's Letter to the Philippians by Gordon D. Fee
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Fee's commentary on Philippians is the technical par excellence for such a volume. It is incredibly thorough. Despite the technical language, he still gets the message across with a spiritual depth.
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Philippians by Frank Thielman
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Thielman's treatment of Philippians stands aligned with the NIV Application Commentary series' goal to bridge the context and give contemporary application. It is a good offering to help the reader understand Philippians better.
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“It doesn't matter what you or I think about God. It matters what God thinks about God.”
Travis Agnew, Wiki God: The Dangerous Editable Deity

“Jesus built his church on the truth – not on the opinion.”
Travis Agnew, Wiki God: The Dangerous Editable Deity

“I don't want your version of God. You don't need my version of God. We just desperately need God.”
Travis Agnew, Wiki God: The Dangerous Editable Deity

“It doesn't matter what you or I think about God. It matters what God thinks about God.”
Travis Agnew, Wiki God: The Dangerous Editable Deity

“Jesus built his church on the truth – not on the opinion.”
Travis Agnew, Wiki God: The Dangerous Editable Deity

“I don't want your version of God. You don't need my version of God. We just desperately need God.”
Travis Agnew, Wiki God: The Dangerous Editable Deity




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