Among those who love the Word of God, there is a debate about whether Psalms 12:6-7 provides a clear statement of the preservation of God’s words or if they support the preservation of God’s people, Israel. Pastor Bryan Ross analyzes the grammar and context of the words, supports their use for defending the preservation of the very words of the Bible, and yet cautions against extreme uses of Psalm 12:6-7. Wherever you may stand, this book will shed light on important words from the most important Word, the Word of God.
About the Author: Pastor Bryan C. Ross makes his living as a tentmaking pastor in Western Michigan. Bryan served as the pastor of Westside Grace Church in Muskegon Heights, MI from 2000-2007. Currently, Bryan is pastor of Grace Life Bible Church in Grand Rapids, MI. A church he helped establish in 2007. Pastor Ross is the author of Rightly Dividing E.W. Bullinger and The King James Bible in America: An Orthographic, Historical, and Textual Investigation, as well as Don’t Passover Easter: A New Defense of Easter in Acts 12:4. He is the co-author of J.C. O’Hair and the Origins of the American Grace Movement. Pastor Ross has also authored and co-authored articles for Truth magazine and the Journal of Grace Theology. The author teaches high school World History/Geography and Philosophy at a public high school in the Grand Rapids area. He holds a Bachelors Degree in Religious Education from Grace Bible College as well as a Bachelors Degree in Secondary Education from Cornerstone University, both located in Grand Rapids, MI. Bryan also possesses a Masters Degree in Military History from Norwich University in Vermont.
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