The Goldsworthy Trilogy: Gospel & Kingdom, Wisdom & Revelation

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Authentic Publishers, Feb 1, 2002 - Religion - 592 pages
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This book represents excellent value, combining three Goldsworthy classics (all now Out-of-Print separately) in one volume: Gospel and Kingdom (ISBN 085 364 6082), Gospel and Wisdom (ISBN 085 364 6511), and The Gospel in Revelation (ISBN 085 364 6309). Combined, these books provide an excellent model for understanding the Christian interpretation of Scripture, both Old and New Testaments. Gospel and Kingdom is concerned with finding the gospel principles inherent in the Pentateuch and historical books of the Old Testament; Gospel and Wisdom applies the same objective with regard to the Wisdom literature of Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Job. The Gospel in Revelation demystifies the notoriously difficult Apocalypse by reference to the gospel theme uniting the startling visions. From Paternoster.

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User Review  - vinny -

I havn't finished the book yet but have scanned through it and I'm half way through the middle book, The Kingdon in Revelations. This book alone is well worth the price. It is easy to read, not to ... Read full review

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Mr. Goldsworthly has written better as of late, especially his work entitled According to Plan, so this book was a huge disappointment. Very brief to a fault and not organized enough to digest and ... Read full review


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Graeme Goldsworthy (Ph.D., Union Theological Seminary, Virginia) having retired remains a visiting lecturer in Old Testament, biblical theology, and hermeneutics at Moore Theological College, Sydney, Australia. He is the author of a number of books on Biblical Theology; Gospel and Kingdom; Gospel and Wisdom; Gospel-Centered Hermeneutics; According to Plan; Preaching the Whole Bible as Christian Scripture, and The Gospel in Revelation.

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