BIBLICAL HEIGHTS FOR TODAY'S VALLEYS by H. Ray Dunning

BIBLICAL HEIGHTS FOR TODAY'S VALLEYS by H. Ray Dunning
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This wonderful collection of Bible studies is theologically sound and spiritually stimulating, and more than that. These studies are brief and easily understood by anyone who cares to hear the voice of God speaking today. We are led from the valleys of present life to the highest mountain-tops of God’s revelation of the Holy One and the holy way to live. Then we are guided back into life’s valleys to be the Spirit-filled agents of divine love. This is a carefully guided tour of biblical revelation that has a holy beginning and a holy ending that never really ends. Come and climb the holy mountains of God!


"A great resource for pastors and study groups in the local church—and for private devotion. As a pastor, I’m inspired to begin a sermon series on the great biblical mountain texts, guided all the way by this wonderful map."

—Rev. Dwight Gunter, Pastor, Trevecca Community Church of the Nazarene, Nashville, TN

 

Ray Dunning is a graduate of Vanderbilt University (M.A., 1952, Ph.D., 1969). He is a past president of the Wesleyan Theological Society and was honored with its Lifetime Achievement Award for his outstanding contributions to the life, work, and thought of today’s Christian community. He is celebrated for his unusual ability to plumb the depths of biblical and theological scholarship and bring the results to bear on practical Christian life in today’s world. He began teaching at Trevecca Nazarene College in 1964 and retired from there in 1995 as a distinguished Professor of Theology and Philosophy. Over those years and ever since he has labored to communicate clearly the biblical roots and present possibilities of Christian holiness.

 

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6" x 9", BW
148 Pages


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