Dig into the Bible and search for answers to pertinent questions with biblical scholar John C. Whitcomb. With this collection you’ll study Old Testament Scripture, explore the history of Israel from conquest to exile, and uncover detailed portraits of characters in the book of Esther. Examine faith and the miraculous in today’s world as Whitcomb tackles the question, “Does God want Christians to perform miracles today?” You’ll also get a biblical defense of creationism, an introduction to biblical catastrophism, and an accessible handbook on the Bible and astronomy. Packed with scriptural insights, Whitcomb’s apologetics texts approach important contemporary questions facing Christianity.
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John C. Whitcomb served as professor of theology and Old Testament at Grace Theological Seminary, Winona Lake, Indiana, for 38 years. Throughout his time there, he served as director of doctoral studies, editor of Grace Theological Journal, and chairman of the department of the Old Testament and department of Christian Theology. He earned his BA from Princeton in ancient and European history, and his ThD and ThM from Grace Theological Seminary.
From 1962 to 1990, he was president of the board of Spanish World Gospel Missions, and served on the board of trustees of Grace Brethren Foreign Missions (now Grace Brethren International Missions) for 20 years, several of these years as chairman of the board. He has lectured in Canada, Latin America, Western Europe, Central African Republic, the far East, and in most states of the United States. Currently, he is president of Whitcomb Ministries, and founder and professor of Christian Workman Schools of Theology.