In A Father Who Keeps His Promises, the popular Catholic apologist Scott Hahn focuses on the “big picture” of Scripture: God’s plan in making and keeping covenants with us throughout salvation history—despite our faults and shortcomings—so that we might live as the family of God.
©1998 Scott Hahn, Ph.D. (P)2005 St. Anthony Messenger Press
"I know of no more authentically biblical, more reliably Catholic, or more exciting theologian in the world today than Scott Hahn." (Peter Kreeft, Professor of Philosophy, Boston College)
This book top them all when it comes to understanding God's Will in the Old Testament.
How Scott simplifies everything that I at first found difficult to comprehend.
No matter how much God's people betrayed Him, He always stood by them and even gave them Him only Son.
Many Christians know the New Testament and are bewildered or confused by the Old Testament. Scott Hahn simplifies the Old Testament and makes it so easy to understand the connections with the New Testament. Thank you Scott Hahn!
Listening to Scott Hahn's explanation and understanding of man's relationship with God through His covenants through time.
Yes. It is informative and encouraging. It is also a great study of salvation history from a Catholic perspective.
Not likely. The one negative about the book is that the reader just didn't seem all that interested in what he was reading. The beginning was especially difficult to listen to and then the performance got a bit better, then flat, then better - I think you get the idea.
No. The subject matter needed time to digest.
Dr. Hahn has a great talent in writing in that he can make heady theology approachable to all levels. When he speaks he is very engaging. Publishers of audio books should take better care in matching readers to the authors.
Excellent content but the reading is a bit monotonous and not converstational. So at times I dozed off.
how the crucifixion was the 4th cup and consummation of the Passover Seder.
Read the book like he was talking to someone. Not just reading it to himself aloud. Monotonous at times.
Very good solid Christian teaching that will motiviate you to live in a more Christ Like way.
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