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The Symphony of Scripture: Making Sense of the Bible's Many Themes

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The Bible is the sure Word of God, a help and guide for our everyday life. But it's also filled with bewildering diversity--poetry, history, and letters written by dozens of people in several languages. What do the exodus, covenant, and priesthood have to do with grace, faith, and discipleship? What possible connection can there be between Sinai and Golgotha? How do we get ...more
Paperback, 286 pages
Published November 1st 2001 by P & R Publishing (first published December 1990)
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Ernest Mitchell
Oct 16, 2017 rated it it was amazing
The book laid out the entire narrative of scripture in an easy to read way. He brought the seminary training he had down to earth. For a young pastor the more I am able to convey the symphony of Scripture, the more my people will grow to not just know about Jesus but personally grow to love and know Him well.
One of the biggest deterrents from people wanting read scripture is they don’t know who the story is supposed to go. A good read for anybody at any stage of their walks with the Lord.
Josh
Sep 09, 2013 rated it liked it
Shelves: theology
Overall a good read. Can't agree with the author's position on ecclesiology, at least based on his brief exposition in the end of the book. But besides that, this was a good concise overview of the message of each part of Scripture.
Curtis Bohnstedt
Jul 18, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Recommended to Curtis by: Pete Muth
This is a must read for all people that follow Jesus, IMHO...
Christopher Brehm
Mar 15, 2010 rated it liked it
Shelves: theology, christian, own
Excellent overview of the entire Bible and how it is all tied together in the over arching story of God's redemption of fallen humanity.
Brent
May 24, 2014 added it
Helpful book. Though Mr Strom seems to be more of a catalyzer then concluder; lots of parts are neatly arranged on the table, but he rarely builds something with them (maybe that was his intent).
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