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The Progress of Revelation in the Old Testament

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Description: Two issues in particular engaged me [when studying in seminary and graduate school]. Did God, the sovereign covenant Lord, actually communicate with men in human language? And did this Lord actually enable men to infallibly record in writing what he had made known to them? . . . The result was that I increasingly realized that unless I had confidence that the ...more
Paperback, 86 pages
Published August 1st 2006 by Resource Publications (CA) (first published 2006)
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Now retired, Gerard Van Groningen has taught Old Testament for over thirty years on both the college and seminary level, holding posts at Reformed Theological College in Australia; Dordt College, Reformed Theological Seminary and Covenant Theological Seminary in the United States; and Andrew Jumper Theological Graduate Center in Brazil. A graduate of Calvin College and Seminary, he holds a master' ...more