The Majesty of God in the Old Testament: A Guide for Preaching and Teaching
At times, it is almost colloquial in style and is definitely accessible to the average Christian.
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In producing such a work, Kaiser demonstrates his skill as a master teacher, someone who, as I heard R. Sproul explain once, simplifies the profound and complex without distortion. This volume definitely qualifies. In fact, I would highly recommend it.
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In his book, Kaiser selects 10 Old Testament passages—some familiar, others not so—and walks us through an exegetical study that highlights some aspect of the majestic character of God. Each chapter begins with an introductory study of a key topic that is helpful when he unpacks the theological contents of the passage at hand.
These topics range from archeological finds to word studies to theological concepts.
These introductory topics not only provide helpful background material for the upcoming study but also serve to generate reader interest in what is to follow. I found each of these introductions helpful and very interesting.
Kaiser follows a strict methodology for each passage that he covers. After the introduction, he selects a focal point from which he bases his exposition.
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