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Good News Hidden in the Good Book
For Everyone Who Could Use Some Good News
by Paul E. Hunter
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Overview


The "Good News Hidden in the Good Book" is a companion book to the Bible written to help readers to get a better understanding of key points in each book so that they can get a better understanding of how the Bible correlates to the message of God's good news to humanity and how God made use of various individuals to fulfill his ultimate plan for humanity despite the obstacles in their path.
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Description


The "Good News In The Good Book" addresses key elements about some men and women in the Bible who either reflected good news or whose lives provide us with some life lessons that may be helpful to us today. In addition, it provides good news to women, mothers, fathers, families, children, and individuals dealing with various issues and provides a list of scriptures for consideration that may be helpful to them in their personal lives. Ultimately, the book reveals God's love was not only meant for his chosen people who collectively became known as Israel but was meant to be for all nations and ethnicities, which was the purpose for God choosing Israel in the first place – to be a light to the Gentiles so that all would come to know who their Creator is and live a productive life and glorify Him.
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About the author


Paul Hunter is an ordained minister with a master's in history from Southern New Hampshire University and a master's in theology from Fuller Theological Seminary. He has authored a book on eschatology, an exposé on an African American cult, a booklet on comparative religion, and a dictionary on gods, religion, and symbols. In addition, Paul Hunter has written over 20 religious tracts and has done workshops and lectures on paganism and church history. Besides writing and teaching on church history and paganism, Paul Hunter has also taught English as a Second Language, public speaking, and civics along with various other subjects.
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Book details

Genre:RELIGION

Subgenre:Inspirational

Language:English

Pages:162

Paperback ISBN:9780964282025


Overview


The "Good News Hidden in the Good Book" is a companion book to the Bible written to help readers to get a better understanding of key points in each book so that they can get a better understanding of how the Bible correlates to the message of God's good news to humanity and how God made use of various individuals to fulfill his ultimate plan for humanity despite the obstacles in their path.

Read more

Description


The "Good News In The Good Book" addresses key elements about some men and women in the Bible who either reflected good news or whose lives provide us with some life lessons that may be helpful to us today. In addition, it provides good news to women, mothers, fathers, families, children, and individuals dealing with various issues and provides a list of scriptures for consideration that may be helpful to them in their personal lives. Ultimately, the book reveals God's love was not only meant for his chosen people who collectively became known as Israel but was meant to be for all nations and ethnicities, which was the purpose for God choosing Israel in the first place – to be a light to the Gentiles so that all would come to know who their Creator is and live a productive life and glorify Him.

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About the author


Paul Hunter is an ordained minister with a master's in history from Southern New Hampshire University and a master's in theology from Fuller Theological Seminary. He has authored a book on eschatology, an exposé on an African American cult, a booklet on comparative religion, and a dictionary on gods, religion, and symbols. In addition, Paul Hunter has written over 20 religious tracts and has done workshops and lectures on paganism and church history. Besides writing and teaching on church history and paganism, Paul Hunter has also taught English as a Second Language, public speaking, and civics along with various other subjects.
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