Ancient Truth: Pastoral Letters
By Ed Hurst
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Published: Dec. 25, 2012
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Most people understand God revealed Himself in a historical context, and some understand it was also a cultural context, but very few even realize it also came within an intellectual context which is foreign to us today in the West. In this volume we examine Paul's Pastoral Letters.
The Bible is Ancient Truth, but must be read in its own ancient context to be fully understood. Even the people among whom Jesus lived no longer understood their own Hebrew heritage because the leadership had embraced Western intellectual assumptions which were then foreign to Scripture. Where we stand today is even more foreign. The burden of responsibility is upon us to travel back into that world, to the context in which God chose to reveal Himself. This volume examines Paul's Pastoral Letters in light of those Hebrew mental assumptions.
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