• Do you still need to purchase the first edition of this particular book (Interpreting The parables), or is this new second edition book covering all the same material - the same scriptures of said parables of the first edition book and basically replacing the original first edition? If so, then there’s no need to purchase the first book, right?
    1. I looked into the ToC of both - and yes, the second edition covers the same ground as the first
  • I too find it very interesting that Faithlife is charging $19.99 for a much outdated version of the book Robert's Rules of Order. You have the Fourth Edition shown here when Robert's Rules of Order is currently on the 11th Edition.
    1. I'm sorry if this question that I'm about to ask is stupid, but are all three books totally written in Hebrew? I can't read Hebrew at all, so does this book show the actual Hebrew words that were written in the OT, shown under the English words? Or are these books all in Hebrew only?
      1. A pretty reliable rule of thumb is that if the title is written in English, the content is written in English also.
    2. I'd love to see Faith Life - Noet request Britannica's (Great Books) collections, and Britannica's (The Annals Of American History) as well. I went ahead and pre-ordered the Noet version over that of the other version, which does appear to be an older copy. I do however like the idea of seeing older writings because this gives us a better flavor in how they thought, and I do believe that this older copy version does come from a more Biblical stance, I believe, rather than a lot of secular liberalists ideology being introduced in to any given topic.
      1. I'd love to see Faith Life - Noet request Britannica's (Great Books) collections, and Britannica's (The Annals Of American History) as well. I went ahead and pre-ordered the Noet version over that of the other version, which does appear to be an older copy. I do however like the idea of seeing older writings because this gives us a better flavor in how they thought, and I do believe that this older copy version does come from a more Biblical stance, rather than a lot of secular liberalists ideology being introduced in to any given topic.