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by Warren W. Wiersbe
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  • Author:
    Warren W. Wiersbe
  • ISBN:
    0781435307
  • ISBN13:
    978-0781435307
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  • Publisher:
    David C Cook; 2nd edition (September 1, 2002)
  • Pages:
    464 pages
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    Bible Study & Reference
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by Warren W. Wiersbe.

by Warren W.

Matthew: The Warren Wiersbe Bible Study Series. David C Cook, 2010, Trade Paperback.

New Biblical images, maps, and charts. Introductions and outlines for each book of the Bible.

Clergyman, author and lecturer Warren Wendell Wiersbe was born in East Chicago on May 16, 1929. He attended Indiana University, Roosevelt University and Northern Baptist Seminary. He was ordained in 1953 and was the pastor of a number of churches, including Moody Church in Chicago.

This book is the compilation of Wiersbe's "Be Series" books for the Old Testament History books of the Bible: Joshua Judges Ruth 1 Samuel 2 Samuel/1 Chronicles 1 Kings 2 Kings/2 Chronicles Ezra Nehemiah Esther You can find these books individually in paperback - 10 separate books as listed above.

The Old Testament Be series comprised of 4 vols. Old Testament : History - Old Testament : the Pentateuch - Old Testament : the Prophets - Old Testament : Wisdom and Poetry. I ask only once a year: please help the Internet Archive today.

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The "Be" Series is the culmination of Wiersbe's life work and is respected by many as an easy-to-read, stimulating approach to Bible study.

Bibliographic Details.

Published by Victor, 2001. Condition: Good Hardcover. Bibliographic Details. Publication Date: 2001.

Compiled from Dr. Wiersbe’s best-selling “BE” series with over 3 million copies in print!

Here at last is the exciting truth of the Old Testament Scriptures wrapped in the warm, personal style of one of America’s best-loved Bible teachers, Warren Wiersbe.

Dr. Wiersbe brings the people, places, history, and teachings of the Old Testament prophets to life in the pages of The Bible Exposition Commentary. This volume is compiled from the following “BE” series books: Be Comforted: Isaiah; Be Decisive: Jeremiah; Be Reverent: Ezekiel; Be Resolute: Daniel; Be Amazed: Hosea, Joel, Jonah, Nah., Hab., Malachi; Be Concerned: Amos, Obadiah, Micah, Zephaniah; Be Heroic: Haggai, Zechariah; and the previously unpublished study of Lamentations.

This is the latest addition to the Bible Exposition series, which includes the Pentateuch and the two-volume New Testament set. Two subsequent Old Testament volumes will follow, covering the Historical Books and the Wisdom and Poetry Books.

Study the Prophets in digestible sections that emphasize personal application as well as biblical content. It’s the commentary that doesn’t read like a commentary but likeletters from a good friend.


Wild Python
The author explains the text and makes application. You gain head knowledge and are encouraged to live a godly Christian life. It is not too academic for the average person, and not too basic for the mature Christian.
Roram
I ordered this book to learn more about
our prophets.
What kind of men they were.
This book deliver's a wonderful
review of their lives and the kind of
men they were.
Would recommend this to everyone.
Love Mr. Wiersbe books.
LLewis
Tisicai
I have used each week while preparing my Sunday School lesson. It helps me understand the scriptures better.
Onetarieva
Good Condition and I love the author
skriper
Very satisfied
MEGA FREEDY
As a Bible college graduate and youth pastor, I could not do without this commentary set. Wiersbe uses everday illustrations and gives a good explanation of the text. However as with many commentators, some difficult passages are skipped. I think the new testament series is just a step above these.