[Epub] Exalting Jesus in Ecclesiastes By Daniel L. Akin – Varunahuja.live

[Epub] Exalting Jesus in Ecclesiastes  By Daniel L. Akin – Varunahuja.live
  • Paperback
  • 146 pages
  • Exalting Jesus in Ecclesiastes
  • Daniel L. Akin
  • English
  • 13 August 2018
  • 9780805497762

Exalting Jesus in Ecclesiastes Edited By David Platt, Daniel L Akin, And Tony Merida, This New Commentary Series, Projected To Be 48 Volumes, Takes A Christ Centered Approach To Expositing Each Book Of The Bible Rather Than A Verse By Verse Approach, The Authors Have Crafted Chapters That Explain And Apply Key Passages In Their Assigned Bible Books Readers Will Learn To See Christ In All Aspects Of Scripture, And They Will Be Encouraged By The Devotional Nature Of Each Exposition Projected Contributors To The Series Include Notable Authors Such As Russell D Moore, Al Mohler, Matt Chandler, Francis Chan, Mark Dever, And Others.

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10 thoughts on “Exalting Jesus in Ecclesiastes

  1. says:

    Great commentary on Ecclesiastes Very pastoral in tone This could be used as a daily devotional for someone wanting to study Ecclesiastes The authors do a great job at bringing out how it points to Christ

  2. says:

    This brief commentary started off okay, but I just couldn t connect with it A few things bothered me 1 It is quote heavy They are constantly quoting the works of others It reminds me of Dwight Pentecost s awful Things to Come which gained the nickname, Things to Quote Some of their best material came from someone else Whenever authors heavily quote others I am left wondering if they have anything original to say That may not be fair, but it s the impression I had And to top it off I cannot stand in text references Footnotes please 2 Another thing that annoyed me a bit was the authors, from my perspective, trying too hard to sound cool There were too many cultural references which will be outdated within a few short years I am completely for using cultural references in sermons, etc in order to bring Scripture to weigh upon culture, but in my opinion they over did it I do believe the reference to Groundhog Day fit with Ecclesiastes well, but some of the other cultural references seemed forced 3 They also condensed too much of Ecclesiastes Chapters 7 11 are clumped together in a measly 14 pages To be fair the book is under 150 pages 4 Some of their structuring is weird Why clump together chapters 7 11 What s the justification 5 The last chapter, while containing so...

  3. says:

    This book is a great introduction to Ecclesiastes, and I would highly recommend it for new students of Ecclesiastes or for anyone looking for a broad overview The author makes apt connections between the ancient world being written about and our modern experience, demonstrating convincingly that these two worlds have all of the same problems, and a common remedy There are incredibly quotable lines about the contemporary maladies facing our culture inside and ...

  4. says:

    Had to put it down The commentary starts from the assumption that the question the Teacher the author of Ecc is exploring is if there is meaning in this post fall world The phrase translated everything is meaningless or futile is declaring that everything ends, not that there is no point, and Ecc deals with how we should con...

  5. says:

    I read this in tandem with Douglas Sean O Donnell s Ecclesiastes in the Reformed Expository Commentary series I must say Akin s work is an excellent devotional resource, and as others have said very pastoral in tone But for my purposes a sermon series on Ecclesiastes , Akin was a just a tad lacking It is a great companio...

  6. says:

    Exalting Jesus in Ecclesiastes is part of the Christ Centered Exposition commentary series published by BH This title is written by Daniel L Akin and Jonathan Akin Ecclesiastes is an interesting read especially in a text only Bible What are readers to make of it No doubt it is relevant to our lives and not just because it is in the Bible but because we can relate to the feelings described by Solomon For example, that every day is the same and there really isn t anything new under the sun But as Christians, how are we to be influenced by the book of Ecclesiastes Is it hopeful or depressing Here is the table of contents Everything is Meaningless without JesusThe American Dream is Meaningless without JesusTime is Meaningless without JesusPolitics and Justice are Meaningless without JesusReligion is Meaningless without JesusMoney is Meaningless without JesusWisdom in a Meaningless WorldDeath is Meaningless without JesusAging is Meaningless without JesusThe Preacher on Preaching Each chapter focuses on a chunk of text Each chapter gives a straightforward main idea for interpreting or making sense of the text This is followed by an outline Each chapter ends with reflect and discuss questions I love the organization of the series This is how every book in the series is structured Readers k...

  7. says:

    Title Exalting Jesus in Ecclesiastes Christ Centered Exposition Commentary Author Dr Daniel L Akin Jonathan Akin Ph D.Pages 288Year 2016Publisher Holman ReferenceMy rating is 4 stars.The Old Testament book of Ecclesiastes is packed with much wisdom and visuals that can be unpacked to be able to understand and apply in our daily lives The commentary is another helpful aid in studying the writing of Solomon s wisdom gained from all he saw or did in his lifetime The authors use a little too many references or summations based on music or movies I prefer understanding the historical timeframe, ancient people and religious society at the time Solomon was alive.There is much I can and did appreciate in what the authors shared along with the questions at the end of the chapters that would help for small group or personal use While it s true the authors mainly wrote to help pastors teach Biblical truths, let s not forget that we are all called to be Bereans and can use the commentary too.While there aren t many chapters in Ecclesiastes, which were added later, there is much wisdom that we can learn in 12 chapters I hope you spend time seeing Jesus in the Book of Ecclesiastes and come away changed because of having spent time with Him Disclosure of Material Connection I received one or of the products or services mentioned abov...

  8. says:

    If you are looking for a looking for a commentary on the book of Ecclesiastes that is scholarly in its approach than the average Bible study yet still accessible to the average reader, then Exalting Jesus in Ecclesiastes might just be what you re looking for This book is part of the new Christ Centered Exposition Commentary Series from the BH Publishing Group that is projected to be 48 volumes when completed Instead of structuring the book as a verse by verse commentary, the authors identify the main concept of each section at the beginning of the chapter provide a mini outline so you can easily follow the sections they are discussing and then provide commentary that strikes the perfect balance between intellectual rigor and cultural reference.This commentary is very readable and highly portable a plus for pastors, Bible students, and bibliophiles with bulging bookshelves This review is an excerpt from the original review that is published on my blog To read ...

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