Reading Between the Lines
The purpose of the New Testament is to show the world the extent of God's love for them and to prompt the Christian to share that love through the gospel message. This book will help you understand God's passion to see the unbeliever come to Christ. Reading Between the Lines is a great study of the New Testament as a call to world evangelism.
Reading Between the Lines has 18 chapters in 4 parts and 194 pages.
"I am impressed with the fact that his approach to the New Testament is unique among biblical students and is, I think, refreshingly on track. It has the potential to redirect the thinking of Christians and churches so that they become much more effective these days."
- Joe S. Ellis, Ph.D., Cincinnati Bible Seminary
About the Author
Alger Fitch is a renowned preacher, teacher, missionary, author with earned degrees from Northwest Christian College, Phillips University, and the University of Southern California, and the School of Theology at Claremont.
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