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|Title||:||New Testament Basics for Catholics|
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September 30, 2015
New Testament Basics for Catholics is an enthusiastic self-study guide written in a colloquial style. The intent of the book is to give the reader a basis on which to build more learning. This book is by the same author who produced Bible Basics for Catholics.
This book, New Testament Basics for C...
August 21, 2017
Easy to read / understand. Excellent choice to increase one's knowledge of the New Testament. I've already recommended this book to several people. I think home school parents would benefit from the use of this book with their students.
February 19, 2017
It's all about the Kingdom.
September 01, 2015
I received a free copy of this book through NetGalley.
John Bergsma does it again with New Testament Basics for Catholics. This book focuses on four key authors from the New Testament (Paul, Matthew, Luke and John) to tie together the whole Kingdom of God as recorded in the New Testament and fore...
October 21, 2015
After reading this book, I want to read the previous book by Dr. Bergsma called Bible Basics for Catholics: A new Picture of Salvation History. But don't worry if you have not read it yet because the first chapter in this book gives you a quick summary of the Old Testament. One of the things that...
November 06, 2015
After tackling Bible Basics for Catholics, I turned my attention to New Testament Basics for Catholics. My first impression of the book was that it was thicker than I expected. Dr. Bergsma did a whirlwind tour of all of salvation history in 200 pages, so when I discovered that this book on the Ne...
July 19, 2016
All the books of Ave Maria Press I have read have been very interesting and enriching, and "New Testament Basics for Catholics" is no exception. Being a Latin American myself, I in fact would like to see the book translated into Spanish for more people to have a change of reading it. The book bas...
October 29, 2015
This is the way to read the Bible. The Bible in one hand and an exegetical work like this in the other. So much of the Bible is easy to misunderstand without context. So much of the Bible is easy to misunderstand if you can’t correlate the passages in the New Testament with their precursors and p...
December 01, 2015
Thanks to a few years of Bible studies, I could easily tell you that the “plot” of the Bible is the fulfillment of the covenant between God and his people. Now I can tell you that the New Testament has its own “subplot,” so to speak.
A few summers ago, I made the trek from central Austin out to Em...
November 10, 2015
I received a copy of the book from the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
I found this to be an excellent guide and reference of the New Testament that I could read alongside any guide and study. He presents the information in a straightforward and easy to understand manner...