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    Old Testament Theology - 2008 ECPA Award Winner, Bible Reference Category

    An Old Testament Theology - Bruce K. Waltke (Author) with Charles Yu
    The ECPA Christian Book Awards are considered among the most prestigious awards in the Christian publishing industry. Formerly the Gold Medallion Book Awards, the ECPA Christian Book Awards have been awarded to Christian authors since 1978. Given out by the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association, the awards honor excellence in content, literary quality, design, and significance of contribution in six categories, including Bibles, Fiction, Children & Youth, Inspiration & Gift, Bible Reference & Study, and Christian Life. Bruce Waltke’s An Old Testament Theology: A Canonical and Thematic Approach, his magnum opus,has been named “Bible Reference & Study Book of the Year” for 2008. The ECPA Christian Book Awards were announced at the ECPA Awards Celebration held in Orlando on July 13, 2008.

    Available here at Monergism Books

    Posted by John on July 29, 2008 04:24 PM

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