Opening the Bible: Essays by Howard H. Charles

Book, 2005, 289 pp
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In this collection of fifty essays, Howard Charles brings his gifts as a scholar, teacher, and expositor of the Bible to a variety of themes arising from the scriptures as a whole and from the Old and New Testaments. Originally written as lesson helps for teachers of adult Sunday school classes, these essays will inform, inspire, and give insight to anyone seeking a better understanding of the form and content of the Bible. From the creation story in Genesis to the prophetic concern for justice, from the parables of Jesus to his crucifixion, from the Gospel of Luke to the book of Revelation, Charles opens the Bible in clear, simple language.
"A man of humility and humor, Howard Charles built a solid foundation through his teaching and writing. For more than 30 years, his Builder essays were a monthly gift to the Mennonite church, nurturing Sunday school teachers and equipping them for their labor of love." - Willard M. Swartley, Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary

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