Living Waters from Ancient Springs

Essays in Honor of Cornelis Van Dam Edited by Jason Van Vliet Is the Old Testament still relevant for Christians today? Which fountains of wisdom, which never-failing streams, which wells of joy-filled salvation are we missing out on, if we neglect the Old Testament (Prov. 18:4; Amos 5:24; Is 12:3)?...

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Essays in Honor of Cornelis Van Dam

Edited by Jason Van Vliet

Is the Old Testament still relevant for Christians today? Which fountains of wisdom, which never-failing streams, which wells of joy-filled salvation are we missing out on, if we neglect the Old Testament (Prov. 18:4; Amos 5:24; Is 12:3)?

In this celebratory volume, fifteen scholars collaborate to explain and expound diverse aspects of the Christian life, with a special focus on drawing lines from the Old Testament through the New Testament toward the daily reality of living together as pilgrims in the church of Christ.

This book commemorates the retirement of Dr. Cornelis Van Dam, professor of Old Testament, from the Canadian Reformed Theological Seminary in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. For three decades, Dr. Van Dam taught seminary students to draw living water from the wells of salvation. All the contributors to this book have benefited in one way or another from his knowledge and instruction.

Contributors: R. Dean Anderson, Hans Boersma, Arjan de Visser, Jakob Geertsema, Roelf C. Janssen, Nelson D. Kloosterman, Gert Kwakkel, Wolter Rose, Jannes Smith, S. Carl Van Dam, Willem A. Van Gemeren, Jason Van Vliet, Gerhard H. Visscher, James Visscher, and Al Wolters.

Paperback, 278 pages, bibliography, notes, Scriptures index, subject index

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