Dig Even Deeper: Unearthing Old Testament Treasure Paperback – 21 Jan 2011
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'An engaging study guide ... an excellent starting point' --T. D Alexander
'Will give students the ... confidence to mine the depths, not only of Exodus, but the rest of the Bible' --Ben Mandley
'Be blown away by the God who rescues his people from slavery' --Anna McCracken
About the Author
Andrew Sach is Assistant Minister at St Helen's, Bishopsgate, London. He is co-author of 'Dig Deeper' and 'Pierced for Our Transgressions'.
Richard Aldritt worked at St Helen's, Bishopsgate, and is now a student at Oak Hill Theological College, London. He is married with a son.
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Great follow up
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I've been giving away copies of the first "Dig Deeper" to students for several years now and it's required reading for a leadership group I lead. This book applies the techniques of the first book very well. My only criticism is that unlike the first book, this is loaded with British expressions that don't always translate easily. It's not enough to stop me suggesting it to American students but it does read more foreign than the first.
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