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Introduction to the New Testament

By Louis Berkhof

The name Introduction or Isagogics (from the Greek eisagoge) did not always denote what it does today. As it is used by the monk Adrianus (circa 440) and by Cassiodorus (circa 570), it designates a conglomeration of rhetorical archaeo1ogica1, geographical and historical matter such as might be helpful in the interpretation of Scripture.







A Charles Spurgeon Moment


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Thine eyes shall see the King in his beauty.


~ Isaiah 33:17




The more you know about Christ the less will you be satisfied with superficial views of him; and the more deeply you study his transactions in the eternal covenant, his engagements on your behalf as the eternal Surety, and the fulness of his grace which shines in all his offices, the more truly will you see the King in his beauty. Be much in such outlooks.