Bibliography (partial list with abbreviated citations) for Moses, Servant of God

1. J. Vernon McGee, Thru The Bible Radio, Five volume Series.
2. Logos Library System consisting of electronic copies of many reference works including Bibles, maps, commentaries, original language literal translations and dictionaries.
3. The New Scofield Reference Bible -- By: E. Schuyler English
4. Ryrie Study Bible.
5. John Walvoord, The Rapture Question.
6. Renald Showers articles in Israel My Glory.
7. Richards Expository Bible Dictionary.
8. W. Vine's (Unger and Blake) Expository Bible Dictionary.
9. Mathew Henry's Commentary.
10. Thompson New Internatonal Version and Chain Reference.
11. Unger's New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
12. Calvin's Institutes of the Christian Religion
13. Lockman Foundation New American Standard Bible and Electronic Library
14. Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
15. Dietrich Bonhoeffer, The Cost of Discipleship
16. New Nave's Topical Bible
17. The Moody Handbook of Theology, Paul P. Enns.

Moses is the author of the first five books of the Bible and is arguably the greatest of the Old Testament worthies. Yet, he is not often written about in the context of his position among the greatest men of all time. This biography follows his life as revealed in Scripture and interprets his lasting influence in terms of one of his traits: he was the meekest man who ever lived. Find out why he was the greatest leader who ever lived.

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