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The message of Esther : God present but unseen / David G. Firth. [print]

By: Firth, David G [author]Material type: TextTextSeries: Bible speaks todayPublication details: Downers Grove, Illinois : Inter-Varsity Press, (c)2010. Description: 140 pages ; 21 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780830824335; 0830824332Subject(s): Bible. Esther -- Commentaries | Bible. Esther - CommentariesLOC classification: BS1375.53.M477 2010BS1375.53.F527.M477 2010COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Some parties and their aftermath (1:1-22) ; Providence in the passive voice (2:1-23) ; Power and corruption in high places (3:1-15) ; Risking all (4:1-17) ; A tale of two banquets (5:1-14) ; A funny thing happened (6:1-13) ; An awkward dinner (6:14 7:10) ; Revoking the irrevocable (8:1-17) ; Days of deliverance (9:1-19) ; Remembering deliverance (9:20-10:3).
Abstract: In this volume in the Bible Speaks Today commentary series, David Firth explores this paradoxically important book and its implications for our own contemporary context, where the reality of God's presence is experienced against a backdrop of God's relative anonymity and seeming absence. --From publisher's description.
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Non-fiction BS1375.53.F57 2010 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 31923001748280

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Some parties and their aftermath (1:1-22) ; Providence in the passive voice (2:1-23) ; Power and corruption in high places (3:1-15) ; Risking all (4:1-17) ; A tale of two banquets (5:1-14) ; A funny thing happened (6:1-13) ; An awkward dinner (6:14 7:10) ; Revoking the irrevocable (8:1-17) ; Days of deliverance (9:1-19) ; Remembering deliverance (9:20-10:3).

In this volume in the Bible Speaks Today commentary series, David Firth explores this paradoxically important book and its implications for our own contemporary context, where the reality of God's presence is experienced against a backdrop of God's relative anonymity and seeming absence. --From publisher's description.

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