Albert H. Baylis' "From Creation to the Cross" Book Review by hicaliber

Albert H. Baylis' "From Creation to the Cross"
An analysis of Albert H. Baylis' book "From Creation to the Cross" using chapters 10-17 (pages 207-377) as the source material.
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This paper discusses the part of Albert H. Baylis' "From Creation to the Cross", starting with a chapter entitled "Nation Heading for Judgment", which details the downfall of Israel during the reign of Solomon. The paper continues with writings on prudent living and prophecy and concludes with a discussion of the New Testament in relation to the future of the world. It points out that this book creates for the reader a better understanding of the structure, context, content and intent of the pages of the Bible. It also discusses how this outstanding volume provides a look into the hearts, minds and souls of the people and prophets of Biblical times and allows the average reader, regardless of his or her religious experience, to gain value from the Bible and its teachings.

Table of Contents:
Chapter 10- Nation Heading for Judgment
Chapter 11-Praise and Petition
Chapter 12- Prudent Living (Proverbs, Job, Song of Songs, Wisdom for Life)
Chapter 13- "The Prophets of the Divided Kingdom"
Chapter 14- The Prophets of Judah and Exile
Chapter 15- A Peg in the Holy Place
Chapter 16- The Second Temple
Chapter 17- Themes for the Future: New Testament Update
Analysis of the Book

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Baylis, A. H. (2001). From Creation to the Cross. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan.

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