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Recovering Eden: The Gospel According to Ecclesiastes (The Gospel According to the Old Testament) Paperback – February 13, 2014
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to lay out the pervasiveness of the revelation of Christ in the Old Testament
to promote a Christ-centered reading of the Old Testament
to encourage Christ-centered preaching and teaching from the Old Testament
Sometimes people joke that Solomon must have been "emo" when he wrote Ecclesiastes. And I at times have semi-jokingly said that I love Ecclesiastes because it's so realistically pessimistic and so depressing. Everyone around me seems so happy-dappy all the time, but I'm often afflicted by a sense of the meaningless of it all, even as a Christian. In those moments I often run to Ecclesiastes to find camaraderie in these Scriptures, without which I'd seriously think something is wrong with me. But I myself had failed to see the deeper significance of Ecclesiastes; I've been reading the Old Testament through a redemptive-historic lens for years, but I've never really been able to see the gospel in the book of Ecclesiastes. This is why I was particularly excited about this latest volume in the GAOT series, Recovering Eden. Perhaps you don't connect to Ecclesiastes at all; or maybe, you connect with the darkness of it but are wondering where the light is.
For both groups, Eswine shows that Ecclesiastes has something to say.Read more ›
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provides a fascinating, refreshing perspective on God, inspiration and EcclesiastesPublished 12 months ago by Marlin Hendricks
I LOVED THIS BOOK. If you want to see Christ with a deeper insight, this is the book.Published 12 months ago by Kindle Customer