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Proverbs is a book of wisdom, the thoughts of Israel’s King Solomon on the righteous and godly way to live. Skip Heitzig examines its teachings of discernment, discipline, and prudence.

©2006 Skip Heitzig (P)2012 Skip Heitzig

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I first found Skip through his expound on Leviticus and appreciated the depth of his study. I looked for more and added them to my wish list. I recommend his studies to anyone who is hungry for more understanding of the bible and is ready for a massive spiritual growth spurt.

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I want a book about proverbs, not political sermon

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I would like to read a actual book about proverbs and not western Christian politics. If you are thinking about buying this book, save your money, just go to a church. They won't say a thing different. The actual book of Proverbs is one of the most complex wisdom power packed books ever but this book is just filled with political opinion. This book is an embarrassment.

What could Skip Heitzig have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Change the title of the book. This book is not about proverbs and I resent the title.

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