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Free Book in Logos: Jesus and Scripture, by Steve Moyise

April 1, 2014

Jesus and Scripure by MoyiseIn early February I finished reading Steve Moyise’s Jesus and Scripture: Studying the New Testament Use of the Old Testament. You can read what I wrote about it here. Here is the concluding portion of that review:

Jesus and Scripture would be perfect for a seminary course on the Gospels, or on the NT use of the OT. An advanced undergrad course would also do well to adopt this book. I’d also recommend it to a serious Bible reader–no biblical languages are needed here, and I found that even with my own knowledge gaps in historical Jesus studies, Moyise explained everything I needed to know.

Though this survey is short (less than 150 pages), Moyise gives plenty of sample passages and insights that have challenged me. I know this is a book I will come back to and want to read again in the future.

This month Logos Bible Software is offering their edition of the book for free. It’s a fantastic book, and I look forward to being able to use it now electronically (with keyword searchability and hyperlinked Scripture references throughout). You can get the book here.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. todd permalink
    April 1, 2014 11:11 pm

    Abram thank you so much for your work and diligence!!! I thoroughly enjoyed your site. I have some questions that are random. Feel free to answer!!!

    1. Who is your favorite NT Scholar?
    2. Who is your favorite OT Scholar?
    3. What preachers do you listen too?
    4. Could you describe your study habits for devotion and sermon preparation?
    5. What did you think of the Strange Fire Conference?
    6. What short advice could you give me on youth ministry?
    7. What’s the best thing about being a father?

    Thanks,

    Todd

    • April 2, 2014 8:10 am

      Thanks for your comment, Todd, and for visiting the blog. Feel free to contact me using the “Contact Abram” form at the main page.

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