We use cookies to provide essential features and services. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies .


Warehouse Stock Clearance Sale

Grab a bargain today!

Strange Scriptures


Product Description
Product Details

About the Author

The Rev. Chris Palmer is the founder and pastor of Light of Today Church in Novi, Michigan, and founder of Chris Palmer Ministries. He is host of the popular podcast, Greek for the Week, seen on several Internet platforms.
Chris began in full-time ministry in 2006 and began to preach internationally in 2009, helping many congregations grow, flourish, and expand. His desire for missions is to train and educate pastors, encourage congregations, support the vision of local church, and show the love of God to the culture. For over a decade, he has worked successfully with both traditional churches and the underground and persecuted church in more than forty nations throughout the world, including Europe, Africa, South America, Asia, and the Caribbean.

An adjunct professor at Moody Bible Institute, Chris earned a B.A. in Pastoral Studies from North Central University and an M.A. in Exegetical Theology, magna cum laude, from Moody Theological Seminary. He is a sought-after Greek scholar for his ability to make God's Word come alive from the Greek in a unique way. Chris is often invited to present Greek and hermeneutics workshops at Bible and ministry schools. He is currently working on his Ph.D. in Apocalyptic Studies at the University of Wales, Bangor. His books include Greek Word Study: 90 Ancient Words That Unlock Scripture, Letters from Jesus: Studies from the Seven Churches of Revelation, Living as a Spirit: Hearing the Voice of God on Purpose, The 85 Questions You Ask When You Begin a Relationship with God, The Believer's Journey, and Escaping the Haunting Past: A Handbook for Deliverance. His articles have been published by Charisma, CBN, Crosswalk, and elsewhere.


Chris Palmer's new book Strange Scriptures may seem "strange" at first, but he has done a great job reconsidering New Testament passages that Christian readers tend to avoid because they are hard to understand, even offensive. After explaining them with insights from the original Greek and the ancient historical context, he offers some insightful ways of applying these passages to our lives, followed by a suggested prayer and an activity to drive the point home. Thoughtful Christians will find much to learn from these insights; preachers will also find great sermon illustrations here.--Jon Newton "Author, A Pentecostal Commentary on Revelation"
In Strange Scriptures, Chris Palmer takes readers on a journey through many difficult and overlooked passages within the New Testament, offering exegetical insights, spiritual reflections, and life applications. This is a must-read for those looking for an accessible devotional that draws on rich scholarship. Read and be blessed.--Andrew Ray Williams, PhD "St. Basil Fellow, Center for Pastor Theologians"
We need fewer books that give you the fish and more books on how to fish. Strange Scriptures will teach you how to fish. In each study, Chris provides sound exegesis from the Greek text, an illustration, and an application--all of which work to bring the text to life in the twenty-first century. One could follow Chris's method for any passage in the text and come away with rich meaning. Chris is a balanced, measured, and trustworthy voice in a sea of theological and political activism.--Nathan Finochio "Founder, TheosU"

Ask a Question About this Product More...
Write your question below:
Look for similar items by category
Item ships from and is sold by Fishpond.com, Inc.
Back to top