Jack P. Lewis

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Jack P. Lewis was born in Texas and attended Abilene Christian University and Sam Houston State Teachers' College. He holds Ph.D. degrees from Harvard University and Hebrew Union College. He has received numerous fellowship grants; he was Thayer Fellow at the Albright Institute of Archeological Research, Jerusalem, in 1967-68 and was Senior Fellow there in 1983-84. Now retired, Lewis taught Bible courses at Harding University and Harding University Graduate School of Religion for fifty years. He has served in local work with churches in Texas, Rhode Island, and Kentucky, and still serves as an elder of the White Station church of Christ in Memphis, Tennessee.

He has been a featured speaker for many lectureship programs at Christian colleges. A member of the editorial boards of Restoration Quarterly and of Journal of Hebraic Studies, he also edited The Last Things. He has authored more than a dozen books, including Questions You've Asked about Bible Translations, The Major Prophets, The Minor Prophets, The Interpretation of Noah and the Flood in Jewish and Christian Literature, Biblical Archaeology, Gospel of Matthew, The English Bible from KJV to NIV, Exegesis of Difficult Passages, Hebrew Wisdom and Poetry, and Leadership Questions Confronting the Church. Also, he has led tour groups to the Holy Land, the British Isles, Scandinavia, and Eastern Europe.

 

Biblical Archaeology, 1 Jack P. Lewis
Ancient peoples seem to come alive through the documents and artifacts they left behind. The records they kept and the objects they used in their daily routines tell us about their dress, their food, their hopes and fears, their worship and their warfare. Years of study by Jack P. Lewis bring archaeological findings to the Bible student, helping the reader to know more about biblical people and God's dealings with them. This resource will benefit teachers, preachers, and students of God's Word. (494 pages)
$29.95
Biblical Archaeology, 2 Jack P. Lewis
In his years of travel and study Jack P. Lewis has gathered a wealth of knowledge to share with Bible students. This collection of reprinted writings and lectures highlights archaeological findings that relate to the Scriptures, all the way from Genesis to Revelation. Dr. Lewis discusses artifacts, documents, inscriptions, and sites that tell the reader more about biblical people and God's dealings with them. This faith-bolstering resource will benefit teachers, preachers, and students of God's Word. (574 pages)
$29.95
Questions You've Asked
About Bible Translations
Jack P. Lewis
Answers many questions concerning Bible translations. A timely book which must be read by every serious student of the Bible. Brother Lewis is our foremost scholar in Bible translations.
$15.95