Rocks and stones play an important part in many Bible stories, often marking locations and events of significance. Veteran Bible teacher and seminary professor Frederic Howe examines various incidents from the lives of Jacob, Moses, and Joshua in which God used the rocks and stones of ancient Palestine to teach eternal truths. Each of the twelve chapters includes questions for review and discussion that make this a unique resource for group study.
In this volume, a rare subject on the significance of stones in Scripture is unfolded in remarkable details and insight.... Readers will find this work refreshingly different, dealing with a topic that has been long neglected and is worthy of study by believers. - Dr. John F. Walvoord, Chancellor, Dallas Seminary
Here are gourmet meals prepared by an expert and seasoned student of God's Word.... This well-written book will give readers new and deeper insights into the Word, themselves, and the Lord. An excellent book for both individual and group study. - Dr. Charles C. Ryrie, Professor of Theology Emeritus, Dallas Seminary
About Frederic R. Howe:
FREDERIC R. HOWE, is Professor of Theology Emeritus, Dallas Theological Seminary. His thirty years of teaching experience include positions at Western Seminary and William Tyndale College. He holds a B.A. from Wheaton, a B.D. from Fuller Seminary, the Th.M. and Th.D. degrees from Dallas Theological Seminary, and an M.A. degree from the University of Portland. He is also the author of Challenge and Response: A Handbook of Christian Apologetics and numerous journal articles.