The Bible Expositor’s Handbook

TMS Staff | December 14, 2016

We are pleased to announce the release of The Bible Expositor’s Handbook by Dr. Greg Harris, Professor of Bible Exposition at The Master’s Seminary.

Here is a brief description of this important work:

The Bible Expositor’s Handbook of the Old Testament provides a thorough introduction to the attitudes and practices required to deeply understand the message of the Old Testament. Exhorting students of Scripture to approach the Old Testament with an attitude of humility and expectation, Greg Harris lays the groundwork for a Christ-centered interpretation that takes into account the redemptive story of the whole Bible. Employing a literal-grammatical hermeneutic, Harris leads the reader through the process of observing, interpreting, and applying the Old Testament. (Source)

Click here to download a preview of the first two chapters.

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