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Jack Cottrell, P., is Professor of Theology at Cincinnati Christian Seminary, Cincinnati, Ohio. He received his doctorate from Princeton Theological Seminary and has authored several books including Baptism: A Biblical Study; His Truth; Solid; Tough Questions Part I and Part II; What The Bible Says About God The Creator and What The Bible Says About God The Ruler.

Part of a three book series on theology, which includes God the Creator and God the Ruler, Cottrell expounds upon the three major elements of God as revealed in the scriptures: providence, redemption and creation. Online Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound. Paperback, 598 pages. ISBN13: 9781579105235. Release Date: September 2000.

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His books include Baptism: A Biblical Study, The Faith Once for All: Bible Doctrine for Today, Bible Prophecy and End Times, Set Free! What the Bible Says About Grace, Tough Questions, Biblical Answers Parts One and Two, 13 Lessons on Grace and His Truth: Scriptural Truths About Basic Doctrines  . What the Bible Says About God the Redeemer.

What the Bible Says About God, the Creator, Ruler and Redeemer: God Most High. Jack Cottrell has served on the Cincinnati Bible Seminary faculty since 1967. He has taught nearly 70 times to almost 2,000 seminary students

What the Bible Says About God, the Creator, Ruler and Redeemer: God Most High. Author: Jack Cottrell. Publisher: College Press. Publication Date: 2012. Pages: 466. Sample Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7. Understanding more about God as the creator, ruler, and redeemer of mankind can assist greatly in making that relationship deeper and more meaningful. He has taught nearly 70 times to almost 2,000 seminary students. What the Bible Says About The Heart of God: Listening to His Heartbeat. Author: Harold Shank.

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Part of a three book series on theology, which includes God the Creator and God the Ruler, Cottrell expounds upon the three major elements of God as revealed in the scriptures: providence, redemption and creation.

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Yadon
Biblically accurate!!
Briciraz
The final volume of Cottrell's trilogy on the nature of God, God the Redeemer has proved to be the most difficult to read. As mention in a previous review of Cottrells works it seems that each succeeding volume in this series gets longer and the print finer. Perhaps, I was just tired, or perhaps a little overwhelmed by trying to read all three of these volumes. Nevertheless, it is a reference work that would be a valuable addition to any pastor's library. Reference is the operative word. Whereas his first volume, God the Creator, riveted one's attention and it read, dare I say, as a novel, this third and final volume is just too massive, too detailed to be read in this way.
It is a reference work. If you have a question, or need to look up Cottrells insight on a particular verse, you cannot beat it- it is massive, thorough and analytical. An easy read, it is not. This is both the books strength and weakness. It is its strength in that you would be hard pressed to find such a comprehensive volume on the redemptive nature of God. It is its weakness in that only the most dedicated reader would attempt to read this book cover to cover. If it was Cottrells purpose to provide a comprehensive and thorough analysis of the redemptive work of God, he has succeeded brilliantly. If his purpose was to write a book that would influence and educate the church on a broad base level, he has failed. The danger writing such a review is that my intellectual abilities and desire for knowledge will be called into question by some of my fellow reviewers. But really, this is nothing personal against Jack. He has done a good job. But by far, his best volume in this service was the first. I wish each succeeding volume were more like it.
Andromakus
There are few books that I like to read cover to cover. Jack Cottrell's book _What the Bible says about God the Redeemer_ is one of them. His three chapters on God's Righteous, Holiness and Love were the most spiritually fulfilling that I have read. As well as being mentally stimulating, reading them drove me to my knees in repentance and a deeper awe and love for God who saves. His conclusion that for the sinner (all mankind), the essence of God's attributes are love and holiness and that each is independent within Deity and yet complementary in redemption is one that I came to a year ago. Dr. Cottrell wisely places his discussion of the trinity early in this book instead of in the other two books in this series (_God, the Creator_ and _God, the Ruler_ i.e., on providence).

I heartily recommend this book to all who seek a better understanding of the nature of God and our need for redemption.
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What the Bible Says About God the Redeemer: download epub
Theology
Author: Jack Cottrell
ISBN: 1579105238
Category: Christian Books & Bibles
Subcategory: Theology
Language: English
Publisher: Wipf & Stock Pub (September 4, 2000)
Pages: 598 pages