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Study notes on Malachi adapted from Gordon P. Hugenberger, “Malachi,” in New Bible Commentary, ed. Wenham, et al. © 1953, 1954, 1970, 1994 Universities and Colleges Fellowship. Used with permission of InterVarsity Press. Outline for Romans, Thomas R. Schreiner, Romans, Baker Exegetical Commentary (Baker, 1998), used with permission.
Charts and diagrams: Ezekiel’s Temple Vision, adapted with permission from H. F. Fuhs, Ezechiel II 25–48 (Echter Verlag, 1988). The 70 Weeks of Daniel 9, adapted with permission by Lee Irons upper-register.typepad.com, from Meredith G. Kline’s lectures “Prophetical Books,” Westminster Seminary California, 1995. The Twelve Apostles, © Robert M. Bowman Jr., used with permission. Harmony of the Events of Holy Week, compiled with reference to Michael J. Wilkins, Matthew, NIV Application Commentary (Zondervan, 2004); and Steven L. Cox and Kendell H. Easley, eds., Harmony of the Gospels (Holman, 2007). The Work of the Trinity, adapted with permission from James M. Hamilton Jr., God’s Indwelling Presence (Broadman & Holman, 2006). Spectrum of Early Beliefs about How Christians Should Relate to the Law of Moses, adapted with permission from D. A. Carson, Love in Hard Places (Crossway, 2002). Pages God and Christ as “Our Savior” in Titus and Doxologies to God and the Lamb, adapted with permission from Robert M. Bowman Jr. and J. Ed Komoszewski, Putting Jesus in His Place (Kregel, 2007). The “Bookends” of Biblical Theology, © Bernard Bell, adapted with permission.
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