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Purchased this as an aid in an upcoming class. Have not read yet, but at first glance it appears that it will be very helpful.Published 1 month ago by Bill Barber
This book was almost never finished. I started reading it for a class I was auditing at Harding School of Theology. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Matthew Morine
This is a thick read and took me quite a while to work my way through it.
Pennington is a helpful resource for reading and preaching the Gospels. Read more
The book was read for grad school, definitely very technical and some areas, but the analysis of how to read a pericope and how to preach them were phenomenal!Published 5 months ago by Lawrence Lartey
This book will challenge you to read the gospels in a more helpful light, and it will stretch your view of the gospel in a healthy way.Published 7 months ago by Spencer Cary
Highly recommend. Dr. Pennington breaks down the importance of understanding the Gospels in the light of the whole Bible. Good readPublished 9 months ago by kevin
Provides good insight that is needed when reading the Bible. It also provides some good insight when reading any document that was originally intended for an audience over 2000... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Steve Sparks
The four gospels should be seen as just one fourfold gospel.
This tetraeuangelium should be the basis on which we read the whole Bible. Read more
I sincerely feel that I read the Gospels wisely after reading this book.Published 15 months ago by Charles Borchard