James B. Jordan has been a friend of mine since his student days at Westminster Seminary in Philadelphia. I was his teacher there, but since then he has taught me many things. Jim is a Bible scholar who digs far below the surface of the text. He is an expert on literary symbolism and structure, and he has an amazing ability to connect the dots in Scripture, tracing themes from Genesis to Revelation. I don’t always agree with his conclusions, but his writings never fail to stimulate my thoughts. Jim has written many books and newsletter articles. I have no doubt that his teaching will be valuable to anyone who takes the word of God seriously and seeks to communicate it to the world today.

John Frame, Professor of Systematic Theology and Philosophy, Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando, Florida