Through New Eyes: Developing a Biblical View of the World
How well developed is your biblical worldview? Through New Eyes will fill in some of those annoying, perhaps gaping cracks.
“The language of “symbol” in the Scriptures is not well taught today nor widely discussed. Many things about prophecy, the book of Revelation, and understanding the Bible’s major themes come within the grasp of the common (but serious) reader after tackling this volume. Clearly written and full of common sense (while avioding the wild and wooly that often accompany this topic), Jordan discusses God’s use of created things and language in the Scriptures. As he follows the Holy Spirit’s use of certain symbols and themes throughout the Book, the reader begins to see the unity and seamlessness of the Bible in a new way. Things in creation, God’s work in the world, and the arena of man’s worship of God take on a much richer significance. While the reader may not agree with all of Jordan’s conjectures, the compelling articulation of his fundamental theses should stir a hearty “amen” from most of us. This book is a must for any serious student of the Bible. A must.” – Amazon Review
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