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16 Nehemiah - Topical - 1987

Narrated by: Skip Heitzig
Length: 2 hrs and 57 mins
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The book of Nehemiah tells the story of how the Jewish people rebuilt the walls of Jerusalem after their exile in Babylon. In this topical study from Skip Heitzig, you'll be inspired to get involved in the Lord's work and stand strong against the enemy.

©1987 Skip Heitzig (P)2015 Skip Heitzig

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lots of opinions, short on facts

I almost never leave poor reviews, but the buyer should be aware ahead of time that this contains many opinions, hyperbole, and stream of consciousness tangents rather than factual information. Truth and accuracy are not primary. A seemingly innocent example but indicative of the author/speaker's mindset is when he claims that Satan is never more excited than when he can get you to quit a work for the Lord by mocking you out of it. I just heard that before writing this review so it is nearly an exact quote. How could anyone know when Satan is most excited, especially with such specificity? We can't and don't. This is typical of the liberties the speaker takes in his message. This may be innocuous, but how many others aren't and how would the listener know without critical analysis of every statement made? He frequently makes statements as if factual that are actually opinions or his own fleeting thoughts of the moment. This approach is very dangerous in bible study.