B 22 Reading Proverbs with Integrity (2001)

Proverbs offers a rich diet of wisdom for living. But all too often, if not neglected, it is broken into bite sized (or thematic) piece and detached from its wider Biblical context. All of this robs the text of its power and vitality.

This expert but accessible guide looks at the nature of the book itself, how it can be read with integrity - seen as a whole and connected with the reality of living - and concludes with comments on preaching Proverbs today.
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Author: Revd Professor Craig Bartholomew

Craig is a research fellow in Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Gloucestershire, where (amongst other things) he heads up the Scripture and Hermeneutics project in conjunction with The Bible Society. He is an ordained Anglican minister.

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