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- Ephesians: Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament
Tag Archives: Old Testament
By Dr. Greg Trull, Dean of Ministries, Professor of Biblical Studies Old Testament narrative, the story of God’s interaction and intervention with His people, cries out for proclamation today. Comprising nearly one-third of all Scripture, narrative represents the most common … Continue reading