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The Old Testament Books Made Simple by Dr.…

The Old Testament Books Made Simple

by Dr. James E. Smith

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0899009913, Paperback)

The Old Testament books can seem a bit imposing to most people. Dr. James E. Smith helps reduce the intimidation of the Old Testament by taking the reader through the books of the Old Testament, opening their contents and significance in dynamic and understandable ways. This resource is sure to become a valuable tool for anyone wanting a clear, easy to understand comprehension of the books of the Old Testament.

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