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Note: from Westminster Theological Seminary 29 November Welcome, Guest! Greek Machen, J. Gresham and Dan G. New Testament Greek for Beginners. Prentice Hall,
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People often ask us to recommend books. While the occasional inquirer asks about a specific issue, most simply seek general guidance in beginning a Reformed program of learning. There are so many good books to read! But we have to begin somewhere. Our list is ambitious, but slightly skewed. For instance, our church history section is heavy on American history, since—for better or worse—our constituency is overwhelmingly American. Also, this list is in progress.
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Pauline scholars bring conversations about Paul's engagement with ancient philosophy into the classroom. Through a powerful, true story and engaging illustrations, this little book teaches children and parents about God's faithfulness, even when we're sad. An accessible, ten lesson small group guide through the book of Jonah. Meant for discipleship and discussion, this is a highly engaging tool for connecting the biblical text with our lives. Translated by Dr. Todd Rester.