Treasure in Earthen Vessels

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By Graham Diggins

About the Book

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Softcover 6x9 322

Treasure in Earthen Vessels: The Local Church: Has It Failed to Obey Matthew 28:20? This book has been written to strengthen and enlarge the faith of Christians by teaching them the truth while exposing the traditions of the elders found in Reformed, Reformed Baptist, Protestant, and Baptist Church circles.

It examines a number of current issues like transgender identity, homosexuality, gravitational waves from LIGO, The Passion of the Christ by Mel Gibson, and long hair, clothing, and women.

It sets forth what the Bible teaches about limited atonement, resurrection, baptism, confirmation, the scourging of Jesus, Judas, prophecy, prophesying, and prophets.

It comforts Christians by directing their thoughts away from false laws to the law of Christ.

It challenges Christians to hold fast the gospel of Jesus, to follow only biblical truth, and to realize that truth surfaces from a close inspection of many similar verses with the same key word.

It reproduces and updates a nineteenth century work by William Kay, who makes an excellent case for Paul being the author of Hebrews. He uses a lot of Greek to win over those who deny, using secondhand arguments that Paul is the true and only author of this book.

About the Author

Born at Inchnook Private Hospital, Parramatta in 1949. Raised at Merrylands, Dundas and Ermington in NSW. Attended high school at Marsden High in NSW (1962-1967). Won a Commonwealth Scholarship in 1968 to Sydney University (1968 - 1970). Graduated with a B.Sc in 1971. Worked as a surface coatings chemist from 1971 to 1987 with various Sydney firms. Attended Moore College from 1975 to 1978. Received a B.Th (Hons) from the Australian College of Theology (ACT) and a B.D (second class honours) in 1979 from London University. Successfully completed a Dip. Ed from Sydney Teachers College in 1988. Worked as a Science high school teacher from 1989 to 2016. Enjoys fast action movies, chocolate, chess, footy tipping, vegemite, cheese, native animals and grandchildren.