New book in the Series from Samuel Martin dealing with Hebrews 12 and Spanking Children

I am very pleased to share this information regarding Samuel Martin’s 2nd book.

Thy Rod and Thy Staff They Comfort Me: BOOK II The Book of Hebrews and the Corporal Punishment of Children in the Christian Context

 A New Book by Samuel Martin

This book has been 14 years in the making. Samuel Martin returns with his second volume in the series “Thy Rod and Thy Staff, They Comfort Me.”

 This second book is a follow up to his first book ‘Thy Rod and Thy Staff, They Comfort Me: Christians and the Spanking Controversy.” (published in 2006)

That first book was not sold but was given away on numerous sites on the Web and continues to be available for free. (see www.biblechild.com)

A hard copy version is available. (see the author’s Amazon page)

This new book promises to be a welcomed addition to the series turning its attention to the New Testament book of Hebrews chapter 12:5-11, which is a key text quoted by many Christians today in their belief in corporal punishment. Samuel Martin further strengthens an already compelling case against corporal punishment in this new book.

 Features off this new book are:

The Original Manuscript Order of Hebrews and Its Importance?

Who wrote Hebrews and why that is important?

If Paul wrote Hebrews, why did he not identify himself openly in the book?

What geographical region was Hebrews written to?

When was the book of Hebrews written?

What is the main subject of the book of Hebrews?

Who is the book of Hebrews relevant for today?

How does this survey of Hebrews link to our understanding of the debate concerning spanking children in the 21st century?

Reviews of this book:

“Samuel Martin does a good job of writing with an easy to understand touch … He comes to similar conclusions that I do regarding the spanking controversy.” – Professor William Webb, Adjunct Professor of Biblical Studies, Tyndale Seminary, Canada and author of the book “Corporal Punishment in the Bible: A Redepemtive Movement Hermeneutic for Troubling Texts” (InterVarsity, 2011)

“I think you present a well crafted argument.” – Pastor Crystal Lutton, author of “Biblical Parenting”

“a very provocative and stimulating perspective of Hebrews.” – Clay Clarkson, author of “Heartfelt Discipline: Following God’s Path of Life to the Heart of Your Child.”

About Hermana Linda
Hermana means sister in Spanish and Linda is my name. I was born in late 1960 to a mother who had traveled around the world and had been impressed at the baby wearing she saw in Africa and Japan. While in Japan she purchased the baby carrier in which she is wearing me in my avatar. By the grace of God, I trusted Jesus as my personal savior in 1983. He gave me a husband in 1987 and 2 sons in the early 1990's. All glory to God.

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