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Vern Sheridan Poythress, In the Beginning Was the Word

The main strength of this book is its potential for apologetic use. The study of language and linguistics can provide discussion points with those who doubt the existence of God, for Poythress has demonstrated how language reveals certain aspects about the reality and nature of God.

Reviewed by David Seal

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Category: Biblical Studies, Pneuma Review, Summer 2012

About the Author: David R. Seal, M.T.S. (Cornerstone University), Th.M. (Calvin Theological Seminary), is currently pursuing at Ph.D. at Regent University, Virginia Beach, VA and is adjunct faculty at Cornerstone University. He is employed at South Church Lansing, Michigan.

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