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The Person and Work of Christ in the Hebrew Scriptures: Job, Isaiah and Ezekiel
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The Person and Work of Christ in the Hebrew Scriptures: Job, Isaiah and Ezekiel

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Gary Staats 2010

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Overview

This study of select passages from Job, Isaiah and Ezekiel provides, through a Hebrew grammar lesson, application and interpretation that point to the books’ connection with Christ as Messiah. Gary Staats explicates the original Hebrew word by word, breaking the passages down into five-part descriptions composed of the original Hebrew text, a vocabulary list, a grammar lesson, an English translation, and an application of the verse to Christian theology.

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Key Features

  • Analyzes verses by breaking them down into five-part grammar lessons
  • Features application and interpretation of the biblical text
  • Presents connections between Old and New Testament theology

Product Details

  • Title: The Person and Work of Christ in the Hebrew Scriptures: Job, Isaiah, and Ezekiel
  • Author: Gary Staats
  • Publisher: Gary Staats
  • Publication Date: 2010
  • Pages: 182

About Gary Staats

Gary Staats is the Gale and Harriette Ritz Professor of Old Testament at Winebrenner Theological Seminary. An American Baptist minister, he has taught and pastored for almost 40 years. He has also written numerous ebooks on Christological Hebrew grammar, Christological Greek grammar, Old and New Testament exegesis, and biblical theology.