What Others are Saying
John MacArthur on the depth of study you'll find in The Darkness and the Glory, as well as other books by Greg Harris.
The lessons Dr. Harris builds are sign posts that reveal the human heart, the depravity of man, the believer’s ongoing struggle with trust, the unexpected challenges, the bearing up under adversity, God’s work of perfecting, and the sufferers increased sensitivity to God’s glory.
One of the crying needs in our day involves the shameful neglect of adequate preparation both in personal spirituality and in interpreting the Bible with accuracy. Such neglect leads to a denial of biblical unity and continuity. Harris instructs the expositor by exemplifying the process and explaining the foundation for each step. He studiously ties exposition to the text by means of a sound hermeneutic.
-Dr. Bill Barrick
Dr. Harris' books are packed full of Scripture, and a proper hermeneutical method, that point directly to the God of the Bible. Their readers will be left with a greater reverence of God, a deeper understanding of the faithfulness of God, and an impassioned desire to study the Bible.
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We are excited to release to you the first two chapters of Dr. Harris’ anticipated book, The Bible Expositor’s Handbook: Old Testament Edition (From B&H Academic Publishers). Click the link below to download. The full electronic version of the book is coming very soon. Click Here to Download the Two Chapter Preview to The Bible Expositor’s Handbook.
“Mental illness? Questioning common assumptions.” Bill Shannon of The Master’s Seminary today on the podcast.
Has the Old Testament lost its relevance for today? A conversation with the average person would suggest that it has. Some have discarded it as inapplicable, others have relinquished it as fanciful allegories needing modern interpretation, and some have simply renounced it as a collection of stories. Amongst ‘professing’ Christians the Old Testament fares only […]