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Boice, James Montgomery

BOICE, James Montgomery

BOICE, James Montgomery. American, b. 1938. Genres: Theology/Religion. Career: Pastor, Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, since 1968. Assistant Ed., Christianity Today, Washington, D.C., 1966-68. Publications: Witness and Revelation in the Gospel of John, 1970; Philippians: An Expositional Commentary, 1971; The Sermon on the Mount, 1972; How to Really Live It Up, 1973; The Last and Future World, 1974; How God Can Use Nobodies, 1974; The Gospel of John, 5 vols., 1975-79; Can You Run Away from God?, 1977; God the Redeemer, 1978; The Sovereign God, 1978; Awakening to God, 1979; Making God's Word Plain, 1979; The Epistles of John, 1979; Does Inerrancy Matter?, 1979; God and History, 1980; Genesis, 3 vols., 1982-87; Parables of Jesus, 1983; Minor Prophets, 2 vols., 1983-86; The Christ of Christmas, 1983; Standing on the Rock, 1984; The Christ of the Empty Tomb, 1985; Foundations of the Christian Faith, 1986; Christ's Call to Discipleship, 1986; Daniel: An Expositional Commentary, 1989; Ephesians: An Expositional Commentary, 1989; Joshua: We Will Serve the Lord, 1989; Nehemiah: Learning to Read, 1990; Romans, 4 Volumes, 1992-95; The King Has Come, 1992; Amazing Grace, 1993; Mind Renewal in a Mindless Age, 1993; Psalms, 2 vols., 1994-96; Sure I Believe, So What!, 1994; Hearing God When You Hurt, 1995; Two Cities/Two Loves, 1996; Living by the Book, 1997; Acts: An Expositional Commentary, 1997; (with P.G. Ryken) The Heart of the Cross, 1999; The Foundations of the Church, 1999. EDITOR: Our Sovereign God, 1977; The Foundation of Biblical Authority, 1978; Our Savior God, 1980; Transforming Our World: A Call to Action, 1988; (with B.E. Sasse) Here We Stand: A Call from Confessing Evangelicals, 1996. Address: 1701 Delancey Pl., Philadelphia, PA 19103, U.S.A.

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