Law, Henry – The Gospel in

Though to some the book of Deuteronomy appears to be rather repetitive to a series of passages from Exodus, Leviticus, and Numbers, still it is one of the greatest places in the Old Testament which reveals the faithfulness of God in the unfolding of His redemptive purposes that would culminate in the Person and work of Jesus Christ. Be prepared to meet Christ in Deuteronomy. You will be surprised to see how much this book speaks of Christ and the Gospel.
Henry Law, dean of Gloucester in the 18th century, drives us through The Gospel of Deuteronomy to help us see how the Word of God reveals, in a prophetic and typical manner, the plan of redemption made even before the creation of this Universe. And Christ is at the very epicenter of this.
Henry Law (1797-1884) was a British theologian and minister, most famous for his 5 volumes on how to discover Christ in the Pentateuch. He was also instrumental in the life and missionary labors of Hudson Taylor.
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DateSeptember 14, 2015
AuthorLaw, H.