The Training of the Twelve: Timeless Principles for Leadership Development

The Training of the Twelve: Timeless Principles for Leadership Development

by A. B. Bruce
     
 

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The monumental classic on discipleship and leadership training. A complete exposition of how Christ prepared His twelve disciples.

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The monumental classic on discipleship and leadership training. A complete exposition of how Christ prepared His twelve disciples.

Editorial Reviews

Howard Hendricks
[Bruce] marked my thoughts greatly in the whole area of discipleship.
Bibliotheca Sacra - F. Duane Lindsay
I have often sat and read chapters for no other reason than I needed the nourishment that comes to me only from devotional application. D. Stuart Briscoe This classic continues to be must reading for every Christian.
Bibliotheca Sacra
I have often sat and read chapters for no other reason than I needed the nourishment that comes to me only from devotional application. D. Stuart Briscoe This classic continues to be must reading for every Christian.
— F. Duane Lindsay
Wilbur M. Smith
The preeminent work on the association of Christ with His disciples.
Ted Engstrom
One of the finest biblical approaches and the best teaching I know of [in the method] employed by the Lord Jesus Christ.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780825420887
Publisher:
Kregel Publications
Publication date:
03/28/2000
Pages:
576
Sales rank:
615,445
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.43(h) x 1.29(d)

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Wilbur M. Smith
The preeminent work on the association of Christ with His disciples.
Howard Hendricks
[Bruce] marked my thoughts greatly in the whole area of discipleship.
Ted Engstrom
One of the finest biblical approaches and the best teaching I know of [in the method] employed by the Lord Jesus Christ.

Meet the Author

A. B. Bruce (1831-1899) is recognized as one of the most distinguished biblical scholars of his time. He served as a minister from 1859-1875 and was a popular lecturer on both sides of the Atlantic. He was appointed as professor of theology, apologetics, and New Testament exegesis in the Free Church College in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1876.

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