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  1. Hey what books would you recommend to know the gospel well? in the bible? extra biblical resources? And also, what about books about connecting the Old Testament to the New Testament and last what about knowing what Messianic Jews believe and the relation between Israel & Gentiles? Thanks.

    1. Hello and thanks for the comments and questions! I also apologize for the delay…I have not been able to blog lately.
      Those are many excellent questions: I will answer one or two now and the rest later.
      A great book on knowing the gospel well would be a classic by John Stott called “Basic Christianity.” A really good book on helping to understand how the whole Bible works together would be “According to Plan” by Graeme Goldsworthy. A shorter, more concise version of this by Vaughn Roberts is “God’s Big Story: Tracing the Storyline of the Bible.” Another one similar would be “The Drama of Scripture” by Michael W. Goheen and Craig G. Bartholomew. Another book I strongly recommend for anyone to understand the basic storyline of the entire Bible would “The Jesus Storybook Bible” by Sally Lloyd-Jones. This is a children’s storybook Bible, but don’t let that put you off: it is a fantastic resource for adults as well as children and has garnered much praise from pastors, authors, scholars, etc.

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