- Paperback: 320 pages
- Publisher: Evangelical Press (January 1, 2005)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0852345828
- ISBN-13: 978-0852345825
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Know Your God: Themes Concerning God and His Redemptive Work from the Books of Moses Paperback – January 1, 2005
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In this fine study Linleigh Roberts sets out to reintroduce the church to her God by exploring the revelation of God given in the first five books of the Bible. There is a good reason to begin with the Pentateuch in thinking about God. Here, at the headwaters of biblical revelation, we are taught to think of everything in relation to God: life and death, good and evil, salvation and judgement. What is more, the presentation of God in these first books of the Bible concentrates on precisely those attributes of his being and character that are fundamental to the true understanding of everything else that is taught in Holy Scripture.
In demonstrating this Roberts explains why the knowledge of God lies at the foundation of all faith and all right living. Because all roads lead from God and to God this study is nothing less than an introduction to reality, as are the five books of the Bible on which it is based. Know Your God is marked by faithfulness to the text of Holy Scripture, careful scholarship, consecrated thinking, suggestive applications and wonderfully clear prose punctuated with helpful illustrations and apt quotations. This is historic Christian theology presented in a fresh and timely way.
-Dr Robert Rayburn, pastor of Faith Presbyterian Church, Tacoma, WA