Scholarly, engaging, and accessible, each book in the Myrtlefield Expositions addresses the reader’s mind and heart to increase faith in God and to encourage obedience to his Word. Veteran Bible teacher David Gooding writes with the expertise of a professor and the compassion of a pastor. Gooding’s background in the Old Testament enriches these New Testament studies, always keeping the Bible’s overarching narrative in view. Teachers, preachers, and all students of the Bible will find Gooding’s approach to Scripture in these volumes both instructive and enriching.
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- Enriches the study of the New Testament with the overarching narrative of the Bible
- Addresses the heart and mind of readers with expertise and compassion
- Provides valuable preaching and devotional resources
- The Riches of Divine Wisdom: The New Testament’s Use of the Old Testament
- According to Luke: The Third Gospel’s Ordered Historical Narrative
- True to the Faith: The Acts of the Apostles: Defining and Defending the Gospel
- In the School of Christ: Lessons on Holiness in John 13–17
- An Unshakeable Kingdom: The Letter to the Hebrews for Today
About David Gooding
David Gooding is professor emeritus of Old Testament Greek at Queen’s University, Belfast, and is a member of the Royal Irish Academy. He has taught the Bible and its relevance to philosophy and world religions across the globe. He has published widely on the Septuagint and Old Testament narratives, as well as the New Testament’s use of the Old Testament.