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Johnny V. Miller (ThM, ThD, Dallas Theological Seminary) is a teaching pastor and professor who currently serves as a professor emeritus at Columbia International University. He has contributed writings to many publications such as Decision Magazine, Leadership Journal, and Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society. He and his wife, Jeanne, live in Pennsylvania.
John M. Soden (ThM, PhD, Dallas Theological Seminary) teaches Old Testament at Lancaster Bible College and Graduate School. Prior to coming to LBC, he was a pastor in Colorado. He and his wife, Janet, live in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
A very disappointing book. The authors claim to have found a new way of understanding Genesis. So, Bible scholars have been wrong for over 2,000 years? Big call! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Dostoyevsky
This is a readable, comprehensive look at the cultural influences of ANE culture on the original audience of the Pentateuch. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Journey K.
Good to see the other side of the equation. This book makes a person think and to see things coherently. All of us need to be open and listen to others point of view.Published 9 months ago by Joseph Bruni
This book will clarify that that Genesis and science are truly in line with one another.
A need to read.
My pastor recommended this book to me after we had a discussion regarding the topic written within it. I really enjoyed reading it and I learned quite a bit from it. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Nicholas Combs
The book is like new and I am very satisfied with it. I gave it as a gift and he hasn't read it
yet, but he is looking forward to it.
One of the most interesting times I had in seminary was in Hebrew class. I had two great teachers, one of whom has his own grammar you should check out; the other proved to be very... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Nate Claiborne
As with John Walton's book, "The Lost World of Genesis One", these authors present a strong case for understanding the Genesis creation account in its original context, drawing... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Photographer, Mac user