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John Currid

Carl McMurray Professor of Old Testament, Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte, North Carolina


John Currid is Carl McMurray Professor of Old Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte, North Carolina.


Products

1.

Why Do I Suffer?

Why Do I Suffer?

Suffering & the Sovereignty of God

~ John Currid

Why does God allow suffering? It's a question that, in one form or another rears its head time and again. Whether it comes from someone who has just lost a loved one, been diagnosed with an incurable illness or even just surveyed... read more


2.

Calvin and the Biblical Languages

Calvin and the Biblical Languages

~ John Currid

The church today is built on the Reformation's linguistic heritage yet is in danger of losing that strong foundation. Many seminaries no longer require that their students learn the Biblical languages for their divinity degrees -... read more


Endorsements

1.

Creation and Change

Creation and Change
It is an excellent work. I believe it will be an important contribution to the field.

 

2.

Exodus

Exodus
Professor Mackay has produced a strong commentary on the Book of Exodus. It is filled with excellent material for the pastor and the serious-minded Bible student. I especially appreciate the work on application that is normally so difficult to draw out of historical literature. I recommend this work highly. It is a valuable tool for the study of this most important period in Israel's history.

 

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Learning About the Old Testament

Learning About the Old Testament
'Allan Harman's volume is a very useful introduction to the Old Testament. It is especially note-worthy for its 'redemptive-historical' approach - that focuses on a covenantal frame-work of the Old Testament. Many people have been greatly influenced by theologies that teach the discontinuity of the scriptures - Harman's book correctly counters those false approaches. This is work that I will give to new Christians and to those who have little understanding of a Reformed perspective to the Hebrew Bible. It is a very helpful work.'

 

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Isaiah

Isaiah
"Outstanding. What I mean by that is that he has been able to do the work of a first class exegete, yet make it understandable to a wide audience. As I train my theological students in the prophets of the Bible I will send them to this book immediately."

 

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