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About 132,030 words. The Holy Spirit knows that not every Christian will be able to understand Paul’s logic or respond to John’s mysticism. The Spirit had Pastor Peter write to those who needed a more direct approach to Christian doctrine and God’s rules for godly living. Peter’s first epistle is his manifesto of what it means to be a Christian in an unchristian world. Chapters 1:3–2:10 are the doctrinal section. Chapters 2:11–5:11 are the practical section. Chapter 1:1–2 and 5:12–14 comprise the opening salutation and closing benediction, respectively. The translation of 1 Peter is by the author. Several appendices discuss a number of related doctrines.
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About the Author
James Quiggle is the author of nine explanatory commentaries on the Old and New Testament, and four doctrinal works. All are available in print and ebook from online retailers.