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New Daily Study Bible: The Letters to James and Peter

Religion


by
William Barclay

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 404 pages

File size: 3.3 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

James is an oft neglected book of the New Testament and its place within scripture is still a cause of some conjecture, but with William Barclay’s astute guidance, the true power of its instruction and inspiration is revealed to the reader. By contrast, Peter is one of the most loved books of the New Testament. Written to exiles with the love of a pastor’s heart, it continues to offer comfort and hope, sustenance and encouragement to readers. Barclay affirms Peter’s charm and reflects on its enduring influence on the faithful.

James is an oft neglected book of the New Testament and its place within scripture is still a cause of some conjecture, but with William Barclay’s astute guidance, the true power of its instruction and inspiration is revealed to the reader. By contrast, Peter is one of the most loved books of the New Testament. Written to exiles with the love of a pastor’s heart, it continues to offer comfort and hope, sustenance and encouragement to readers. Barclay affirms Peter’s… (more)

James is an oft neglected book of the New Testament and its place within scripture is still a cause of some conjecture, but with William Barclay’s astute guidance, the true power of its instruction and inspiration is revealed to the reader. By contrast, Peter is one of the most loved books of the New Testament. Written to exiles with the love of a pastor’s heart, it continues to offer comfort and hope, sustenance and encouragement to readers. Barclay affirms Peter’s charm and reflects on its enduring influence on the faithful.

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