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Commonly Misunderstood Bible Verses: Clear Explanations for the Difficult Passages

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  • Posted July 27, 2009

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    Great Reference Book!

    The title says it all, this book is great for learning how to interpret commonly misundersood Bible Verses. Before picking up the book I flipped to a few tough verses regarding the necessity of water baptism and found good interpretations. In this example Ron explains how it is not essential to salvation, but should be done as an outward expression of the inward change. My only knock on this book is that explanation of reoccuring themes are explained throughout, which leads to repition of the same point being made. Overall it is a good book that is informative, useful and above all Christ exaulting.

    God Bless

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 21, 2008


    Excellent¿ I teach an adult Sunday School Class and lead a weekly Bible study on Wednesday evenings. I am always on the lookout for tools appropriate for one of my classes. In Commonly Misunderstood Bible Verses, I have found a gem of a tool. Ron Rhodes takes difficult, confusing scripture and explains it. Rhodes answers questions such as: Where did Cain get his wife? How can the destruction of Midian be morally justified? What is the host of heaven? In what sense has the earth been given to man? Is Jesus the beginning of God¿s creation and is He a created being? Of course, he could not cover all of our questions in one book. Maybe he will consider a sequel. I will be using this book in the near future for a Bible study. Well done, Ron Rhodes! Whether you are a teacher, pastor, or leader and want an individual Bible Study, Commonly Misunderstood Bible Verses is an excellent resource tool.

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