The Author

Don Carson (MDiv, Central Baptist Seminary in Toronto; PhD, Cambridge University) is emeritus professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois, and president of The Gospel Coalition. He has authored numerous books, and recently edited The Enduring Authority of the Christian Scriptures. He and his wife, Joy, have two children.
View a chronological list of all publications.

Don’s Books

2 Chronicles 17; Revelation 6; Zechariah 2; John 5

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2 Chronicles 17; Revelation 6; Zechariah 2; John 5 CHAPTERS 4 AND 5 OF REVELATION, on which we have not reflected, constitute a major

2 Chronicles 16; Revelation 5; Zechariah 1; John 4

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2 Chronicles 16; Revelation 5; Zechariah 1; John 4 BEGINNING WELL DOES NOT mean ending well. Judas Iscariot began as an apostle; Demas began

2 Chronicles 14–15; Revelation 4; Haggai 2; John 3

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2 Chronicles 14–15; Revelation 4; Haggai 2; John 3 THE REIGN OF KING ASA of Judah is instructive on several fronts, and will occupy

2 Chronicles 13; Revelation 3; Haggai 1; John 2

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2 Chronicles 13; Revelation 3; Haggai 1; John 2 THE SEVEN CHURCHES OF Asia Minor (roughly the western third of modern Turkey) differ quite

2 Chronicles 11–12; Revelation 2; Zephaniah 3; John 1

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2 Chronicles 11–12; Revelation 2; Zephaniah 3; John 1 THE CHRONICLER PROVIDES SOME fascinating insights into the reign of Rehoboam, the first king of
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