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Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther (Cokesbury basic Bible commentary)

by Brady Whitehead

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This comprehensive 13-session, verse-by-verse, book-by-book study of the Bible uses a three-dimensional approach. Each 13-session volume is based on the NIV translation.1.The study book helps students answer the question, "What does the Bible say?"2.The meaning of the passage is made clear by considering such aspects as ancient customs, locations of places, and the meanings of words3.Students connect the meaning of the Scripture with their own lives.Study Books. Order one for each class member and leader.Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther… (more)
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This comprehensive 13-session, verse-by-verse, book-by-book study of the Bible uses a three-dimensional approach. Each 13-session volume is based on the NIV translation.1.The study book helps students answer the question, "What does the Bible say?"2.The meaning of the passage is made clear by considering such aspects as ancient customs, locations of places, and the meanings of words3.Students connect the meaning of the Scripture with their own lives.Study Books. Order one for each class member and leader.Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther

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