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Chairman of the Biblical and Ministry Studies Department at Welch College, Nashville, TN
INTERSECT (Where the Bible Meets Life) is a regular column of ONE Magazine featuring Dr. Garnett Reid, a member of the Bible faculty at Free Will Baptist Bible College.Email Garnett firstname.lastname@example.org
IT'S HARD TO LET YOUR CHILDREN GO.We sometimes forget that Abraham had to give two sons away.The first, Ishmael, he
gave to the wilderness.In her
striking novel Gilead, Marilynne Robinson observes:
Old Testament Scholar and Biblical and ...
Old Testament Scholar and Biblical and Ministry Studies professor at Free Will Baptist Bible College, Garnett Reid delivered the Sunday morning message.
Using Lamentations 3 as his text, Dr. Reid described the essence of God's nature as it relates to His faithfulness.
Sunday Morning - Garnett Reid (TN)
Intentional Integrity: Ten Life ...
Intentional Integrity: Ten Life Strategies for Wholeness from the Book of Job by Garnett Reid (Paperback - Sep 20, 2011) Dr. Reid is a teacher's teacher.
As a professor of Theological Studies at Free Will Baptist Bible College, he understands that learners "get it" ... Continue reading →
Intentional Integrity | Grow Leaders
Intentional Integrity: Ten Life Strategies for Wholeness from the Book of Job by Garnett Reid (Paperback - Sep 20, 2011)
Dr. Reid is a teacher's teacher.
As a professor of Theological Studies at Free Will Baptist Bible College, he understands that learners "get it" in different ways.
uses numerous tools to plant truth in the heart of the learner.
uses logic, definitions, poems, analogies and action items to explore the depths of what integrity looks like from the premier man of integrity, Job.
The book does for us what God did for Satan; it makes us consider "my servant Job."
Think of it!
Job 31 provides us with one of the earliest profiles of what the fear of God looks like incarnate - a set of personal convictions not borrowed from some inherited tradition or imposed by some law code, but imbedded within a man's soul through his
friendship with God. p.8
shows what integrity looks like on the outside and on the inside.
What is it that a man like Job believes, and more importantly acts upon, that made him a man that God would commend and even defend?
Job does not have a public life and a private life that are different.
is the same man in private as he
is in public.
helps us see what we might have missed in our general reading of Job.