This synopsis of the Bible provides readers with bird’s eye view of the landscape of God’s Holy Word, scouting the major truths of the promises of God.
Originally delivered as sermons by pastor Mark Dever at Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington DC, these three studies are now available in one hardcover volume. Dever encourages readers to take a step back and look at the Bible from a broader perspective. As we notice new features of an object when viewed from a distance, so too the major themes of Scripture become more evident when we take in the Bible as a whole. Part of the IX Marks series, this book considers the central messages of the Bible as seen in the promises of God.
Dever examines the general narrative of God’s Word to answer the question, "What does God wants of us anyway?" Readers looking for a panoramic view of Scripture will be reminded of the faithful, “never giving up” love of God and find themselves drawn into a broader, but deeper, understanding of the maker and keeper of promises.
Hardcover, 127 pages.