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The Flow of the New TestamentA book by book guide to the New Testament

The Flow of the New Testament

A book by book guide to the New Testament

Dale Leschert
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Do you want a quick way of finding out about a New Testament book? Or a detailed study on a New Testament book? Now you can have both. Dale Leschert has put together an amazing and unique resource that will help everyone understand the New Testament. Each biblical book is outlined and described and its connections with the rest of the New Testament detailed. Each book has a summary page of background detail and there are many information boxes, charts and maps to illustrate the text.

Dale Leschert

About Dale Leschert

Academic researcher and contributor to the Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible.


  • Author: Dale Leschert
  • Release Date: January 1970
  • Pages: 560
  • Format: Large trade paperback
  • Dimensions: 216 x 138
  • ISBN: 9781781911402
  • Imprint: Mentor
  • Category: Bible Study > Commentaries > New Testament


The wonderful goal of our earliest translators of the Bible into English was to enable ordinary Christians to read the Bible for themselves, in their own English language, in their own copies. Dale Leschert's book continues this same heritage. His desire is to empower ordinary Christians to understand the New Testament. While the modern era has seen the production or many significant interpretative commentaries and other tools for interpreting the New Testament, most of these are too technical and detailed for the average Christian who lacks special training. This situation cannot be consistent with God's purpose of communicating his glorious truth with all people everywhere. Dale Leschert's book is needed to fill a niche where every Christian can begin to understand God's marvelous word, and go on from there, if desired, to more comprehensive sources for interpretation.

James B. Young, Professor of New Testament Language and Literature, Western Seminary, Portland, Oregon

. . . should prove a godsend in giving a readable, comprehensive summary of the contents of the New Testament.

Bruce Milne, Author and Conference Speaker
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