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The Christian Old Testament: Looking at the Hebrew Scriptures through Christian Eyes
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The Christian Old Testament: Looking at the Hebrew Scriptures through Christian Eyes

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Ancient Faith Publishing 2012

Runs on Windows, Mac and mobile.
$14.99

Overview

Many Christians see the Old Testament as “the other Testament”: a source of exciting stories to tell the kids, but not very relevant to the Christian life. The Christian Old Testament reveals the Hebrew Scriptures as the essential context of Christianity, as well as a multi-layered revelation of Christ himself.

With the Logos edition of this resource, these powerful reference tools automatically integrate with your Logos library, allowing you to cross-reference them and study Orthodoxy like never before. Pull these accessible texts up side-by-side with other theological experts in your library to see what other denominations have to say. Important terms, figures, and dates link to dictionaries, encyclopedias, the timeline, and a wealth of other resources in your digital library. Logos mobile apps let you bring the discussion with you. With Logos Bible Software, the most efficient and comprehensive research tools are in one place so you get the most out of your study.

Key Features

  • Examines the importance of the Hebrew Scriptures within Christianity
  • Discusses the Old Testament through distinct sections
  • Presents an Orthodox viewpoint on the Old Testament

Contents

  • The “Other” Testament
  • Reading the Old Testament as Children of the New
  • Genesis: Walking with the Patriarchs
  • The Law: Worshipping within the Tents
  • The Historical Books: Living in the Land
  • The Prophets: Listening to God
  • The Writings: Singing the Lord’s Song
  • We Have Found the Messiah

Product Details

About Lawrence R. Farley

Archpriest Lawrence Farley currently pastors St. Herman of Alaska Orthodox Mission (OCA) in Langley, Canada. He received his BA from Trinity College, Toronto, and his MDiv from Wycliffe College, Toronto. A former Anglican priest, he converted to Orthodoxy in 1985 and studied for two years at St. Tikhon’s Orthodox Seminary in Pennsylvania. He has also published A Daily Calendar of Saints and gives a regular podcast called Coffee Cup Commentaries.