In his new book Twelve Ordinary Men, John MacArthur takes you into the inner circle of the disciples—their selection, their training, their personalities, their. In John MacArthur’s Twelve Ordinary Men, you’ll discover that contrary to popular belief, we do not have to be perfect to do God’s work. Look no further than the. Twelve Ordinary Men has ratings and reviews. Lou said: Jesus didn’t choose the wealthiest, noblest, smartest, most religious, nicest, prettiest.

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Sep 20, Stacy rated it really liked it Shelves: It’s a great resource for teaching or personal study. I got a lot of encouragement from this book and highly recommend it for everyone. Twelve Ordinary Men 4. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. The end of each chapter emphasized their common characteristics, but also highlighted how they impacted the early church and how many of them were martyred.

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Apr 16, Carolyn rated it liked it. It starts by looking at the disciples as a group, then delves into each disciple individually, discussing their personalities and actions. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Jun 12, Edwin rated it it was amazing. I read this book a couple of pages a day.

Macarthhr any case, I learned alot – mainly his point was that the disciples were a group of really common men thus the title with strengths and flaws just like the rest of us. It was also very interesti Twelve Ordinary Men was no ordinary book.


The result is a book in which you feel jon if you’ve met the apostles. But again, despite my personal criticism I thoroughly uohn it, found it beneficial, and would recommend it.

Twelve Ordinary Men

Macarthue 16, Kevin Bessey rated it it was amazing. This does provide a firm foundation, but in many cases gives very little understanding into the disciples. Quotes from Twelve Ordnary Men. No, not because it contains some secret formula for success or because it holds uniquely valuable information.

But, I don’t feel that it detracted greatly. This book gave such amazing insight on each disciple by piecing together all the verses that talk about each person.

Jun 07, Chad Warner rated it it was amazing Recommended to Chad by: Sep 22, Ernest rated it it was ok. Trivia About Twelve Ordinary Men.

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ordnary In non-fiction, I prefer facts to speculation. He gives descriptive contextual details which add to the story but which are not known from simply reading the Bible.

I rarely give a bad review. Packed with information, so this one took me a little longer to finish because I felt the need to read more slowly and think about the material. Just because something isn’t stated in Scripture doesn’t mean it didn’t happen. Nor the way he said “He never”. My favorite quote was on the section about John: Jun 13, Larry rated it really liked menn.


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The best book I’ve read about the 12 disciples. They do not sit in ordinarj background telling everyone else what to do while they live a life of comfort away from the fray. Once you get past the rather dry introduction chapter, things got pretty interesting. My favorite quote was on the section a Once you get past the rather dry introduction chapter, things got pretty interesting.

Author John MacArthur is a conservative evangelical who believes that Jesus is God and that the Bible is inspired and infallible. Published November 18th by Thomas Nelson first published While he often struggles in ordinarg of his purely exegetical works, MacArthur hits his stride in a more topical work such as this.

However, he looks at them with what I think is a realistic and accurate view. No trivia or quizzes yet. It was also very interesting reading MacArthur try and dissect the thoughts and desires of Judas Iscariot.

This was my first book by John MacArthur, but it won’t be my last.