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  • Reading The Prophets As Christian Scripture

    $49.99

    This survey textbook on the Prophets is designed to meet the needs of contemporary evangelical undergraduates. Although it covers critical issues such as authorship, background, and history, its primary focus is on the message and theology of the prophetic books and the contribution that they make to the Christian canon. Particular attention is given to literary issues, such as the structure of each prophetic book. Full-color illustrations, diagrams, and artwork bring the text to life. Additional resources for instructors and students are available through Textbook eSources.

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  • Understanding Faith Formation

    $25.00

    Three leading Christian educators offer a survey of faith formation from various perspectives: biblical, theological, pastoral, practical, and global. They present a biblical theology of faith formation for individual and congregational life and show how faith can be formed through the life and mission of the local church through practices such as communal worship, Bible study, and mission. They also explore the faces of faith formation in multicultural and global contexts. The book includes practical exercises for those beginning in ministry and reflection questions. PowerPoint slides are available through Textbook eSources.

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  • 27 Books In 13 Weeks

    $10.99

    Twenty-seven Books in Thirteen Weeks provides an easy-to-use framework for getting an overview of the New Testament and its major characters. It includes ?a study guide for the New Testament ?main characters in the New Testament ?the relationship and chronology of the New Testament books ?application of New Testament stories ?a plan for student participation ?fact, thought, and discussion questions ?the geography of the times

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  • Jesus The Messiah

    $30.00

    Abbreviations
    Preface
    Introduction

    Part I: Key Issues In Studying The Life Of Christ
    1. Where You Start Determines Where You Finish: The Role Of Presuppositions In Studying The Life Of Christ
    2. Where Can We Go? Sources For Studying The Life Of Jesus
    3. When Did All This Take Place? The Problem Of Chronology

    Part II: The Life Of Christ
    4. Conceived By The Holy Spirit, Born Of The Virgin Mary: How It All Started
    5. What Was The Boy Jesus Really Like? The Silent Years
    6. The Baptism Of Jesus: The Anointing Of The Anointed
    7. The Temptation Of Jesus: The Battle Begun, The Path Decided
    8. The Call Of The Disciples: You Shall Be My Witnesses
    9. The Message Of Jesus: “The Kingdom Of God Has Come To You”
    10. The Person Of Jesus: “Who Then Is This, That Even The Wind The Sea Obey Him?”
    11. The Events Of Caesarea Philippi: The Turning Point
    12. The Transfiguration: A Glimpse Of The Future
    13. The Triumphal Entry: Israel’s King Enters Jerusalem
    14. The Cleansing Of The Temple: God’s House?a Den Of Thieves
    15. The Last Supper: Jesus Looks To The Future
    16. Gethsemane, Betrayal Arrest: God’s Will, Human Treachery Governmental Evil
    17. The Trial: The Condemning Of The Innocent
    18. Suffered Under Pontius Pilate, Dead Buried: Despised Rejected, A Man Of Suffering
    19. The Resurrection: “Why Do You Look For The Living Among The Dead?”

    Index Of Subjects
    Index Of References

    Additional Info
    The time is ripe for a new account of the life of Jesus. It has been over twenty-five years since an evangelical New Testament scholar has written a textbook survey of this type. Today the landscape of Jesus and Gospel studies has been radically transformed by new questions and critical challenges. No less remarkable is the contemporary renaissance of our knowledge of the world of Jesus. In Jesus the Messiah Robert Stein draws together the results of a career of research and writing on Jesus and the Gospels. Every episode in the life of Jesus is here treated with historical care and attention to its significance for understanding the life and ministry of Jesus. Clearly written, ably argued and geared to the needs of students, Jesus the Messiah will give probing minds a sure grounding in the life and ministry of Jesus.

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  • Voice Word And Spirit

    $34.99

    Pentecostalism is a movement that, in a little over a century, has encircled the globe and, either directly or indirectly, has impacted and influenced every quarter of Christendom. At its heart the movement bears witness to a contemporary experience of divine-human encounter in line with the prophetic claims of the Old Testament and the Pentecost testimony of the New-indeed an encounter with the power/the presence/the Spirit of God that is radically transformative enough, at both personal and corporate levels, to evoke a new way of seeing the world and, with it, a new way of reading the Word.

    In the post-modern situation that has forced all of us to a greater awareness of the contextual particularities of how we see and read things, with all of the limitation and the illumination that this can entail, it is time for offering a survey of Scripture, and the Old Testament in particular, that speaks both from and to the manifold global context of Pentecostal faith and practice.

    Here the authors are deft guides, affirming the integration of academic scholarship and charismatic spirituality. They present thoughtful readers with an overview of the Old Testament that is explicitly engaged with the faith and practice of the Pentecostal movement and the recent scholarship that has been generated by this contemporary, global, Christian movement, especially as it bears upon biblical interpretation. They invite readers to approach scripture reading with the expectation of being encountered and addressed by a Living Voice, flipping the primary goal of biblical study from ‘us interpreting Scripture’ to ‘Scripture reading and interpreting us.’

    In addition to treating each Old Testament book individually, this textbook offers a brief chapter-length introduction to each of the four major book collections, as standardized in the Protestant Bible’s arrangement of Old Testament Scriptures: 1) Pentateuch; 2) Historical Books; 3) Poetical Books; and 4) Prophets.

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  • What The New Testament Authors Really Cared About

    $36.99

    Now in hardcover, this second edition of What the New Testament Authors Really Cared About has a new cover and layout to correspond with the look of the popular corresponding volume, What the New Testament Authors Really Cared About. This textbook is more accessible than many New Testament survey texts, with full color and photographs and to-the-point coverage of each New Testament book. Introductory issues (Who? When? Where? Why?) are condensed to a one-page snapshot of all the most pertinent information. In addition, more than one hundred applications are highlighted in sidebars to clarify how the New Testament authors might apply their writings to Christians living in the twenty-first century.

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  • Where God Put Water

    $10.00

    Where God Put Water is a wide-ranging study of how God’s Word and Earth’s history intersects with scientific discoveries throughout the universe. Providing the reader with a survey of prominent scientific revelations, author Henry Chisolm compares human scientific research and discoveries with the teachings found in Scripture. He shares how there are three heavens and the heavens described within these pages do not refer to the heaven where God dwells. The connections drawn are revealing and thought-provoking, and Where God Put Water is, most of all, an opportunity to continue to see the power of God.

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  • Jesus Christ Visited Ancient America

    $16.00

    ” . . And other sheep I have, which are not of this fold: them also I must bring, and they shall hear my voice . . .” (John 10:14-16) The Bible, being the most revered book of the Christians, along with the collected treasures of Mayan and Aztec antiquities, testifies: Jesus Christ Visited Ancient America. Being an enthusiast of Bible versions, and after visiting the Aztec and Mayan ruins in Mexico, Almon Fackrell was prompted to have this study and reveal the parallels of Christian belief and Ancient America’s religion. With it, Almon Fackrell was able to account for 276 similarities, which prove that Israelites were in Ancient America! Discover for yourself the facts that have been written both in the Bible and the Popol Vuh.

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  • Iesus Deus : The Early Christian Depiction Of Jesus As A Mediterranean God

    $39.00

    1. Not Through Semen Surely
    2. From Where Was This Child Born
    3. Deus Est Invare
    4. Light Was That Godhead
    5. We Worship One Who Rose From His Tomb
    6. The Name Above Every Name

    Additional Info
    What does it mean for Jesus to be “deified” in early Christian literature? Early Christians did not simply assert Jesus’ divinity; in their literature, they depicted Jesus with the specific and widely recognized traits of Mediterranean deities.

    Relying on the methods of the history of religions and ranging judiciously across Hellenistic literature, M. David Litwa shows that at each stage in their depiction of Jesus’ life and ministry, early Christian writings from the beginning relied on categories drawn not from Judaism alone, but on a wide, pan-Mediterranean understanding of deity.

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  • New Testament And Ethics

    $24.00

    This convenient text utilizes material from the well-received Dictionary of Scripture and Ethics to introduce students to the use of the New Testament for moral formation. This handy and affordable book-by-book survey of the New Testament contains key articles written by leading scholars and targeted to the needs of the classroom. It will serve as an excellent supplementary text in New Testament courses.

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  • Old Testament And Ethics

    $26.00

    The acclaimed Dictionary of Scripture and Ethics (DSE), written to respond to the movement among biblical scholars and ethicists to recover the Bible for moral formation, offered needed orientation and perspective on the vital relationship between Scripture and ethics. This book-by-book survey of the Old Testament features key articles from the DSE, bringing together a stellar list of contributors to introduce students to the use of the Old Testament for moral formation. It will serve as an excellent supplementary text.

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  • New Testament Commentary Survey

    $20.00

    Highly respected New Testament scholar D. A. Carson provides students and pastors with expert guidance on choosing a commentary for any book of the New Testament. The seventh edition has been updated to assess the most recently published commentaries. Carson examines sets, one-volume commentaries, and New Testament introductions and theologies, offering evaluative comments on the available offerings for each New Testament book. This is an essential guide to building a reference library.

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  • Old Testament Commentary Survey

    $20.00

    Leading Old Testament scholar Tremper Longman III provides students and pastors with expert guidance on choosing a commentary for any book of the Old Testament. The fifth edition has been updated to assess the most recently published commentaries, providing evaluative comments. Longman lists a number of works available for each book of the Old Testament, gives a brief indication of their emphases and viewpoints, and evaluates them. The result is a balanced, sensible guide for those who preach and teach the Old Testament and need help in choosing the best tools.

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  • Mapping The Origins Debate

    $24.00

    What are the main positions in the debate over creation and evolution? Why do they disagree? Can the debates about origins and evolution ever be resolved? Gerald Rau offers a fair-minded overview of the six predominant models used to explain the origins of the universe, of life, of species and of humans. He aims to show the contours of current debates both among Christians and between Christians and non-theists. He also enables us to evaluate and think more clearly about the various arguments for each position. He accomplishes this by not only describing the options on origins, but by exploring the philosophical assumptions behind each and how evidence is counted corresponding with each model. While surveying the various models, Rau does not avoid in depth consideration of the complexities involved in what makes up a given model and how they differ. Rau investigates the nature of science and the differing philosophies of science operating in the debates. He goes on to show the importance of philosophical assumptions involved in each model and the key role among Christians of the assumed proper hermeneutic for interpreting Scripture. Rau cogently identifies the role those assumptions play in determining what counts as significant evidence in the current debates. He presents in detail how the scientific evidence is interpreted by each model to substantiate its conclusions. He also notes the limits of a scientifically gained knowledge. In the end, he shows not just what the differences are among the options but why they disagree and why we shouldnt expect any resolution as long as the philosophical assumptions remain fixed. Any reader will not only become better informed about the current debates on origins but will become better thinkers about the issues at stake.

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  • Ethics : A Liberative Approach

    $35.00

    12 Chapters

    Additional Info
    This survey text for religious ethics and theological ethics courses explores how ethical concepts defined as liberationist, which initially was a Latin American Catholic phenomenon, is presently manifest around the globe and within the United States across different racial, ethnic, and gender groups. Authored by several contributors, this book elucidates how the powerless and disenfranchised within marginalized communities employ their religious beliefs to articulate a liberationist/liberative religious ethical perspective. Students will thus comprehend the diversity existing within the liberative ethical discourse and know which scholars and texts to read and will encounter practical ways to further social justice.

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  • Interpreting The Parables

    $40.00

    Abbreviations
    Preface
    1. Introduction
    1.1 The Previous Scholarly Consensus
    1.2 The Sizable Minority Report
    1.3 Newest Developments
    1.4 The Scope And Outline Of This Book

    Part One: Methods & Controversies In Interpreting The Parables

    2. Parable & Allegory
    2.1 The Current Debate: Two Main Approaches
    2.1.1 Parable Vs. Allegory
    2.1.2 Parable As Allegory
    2.2 Evaluating The Debate
    2.2.1 Contemporary Literary Criticism
    2.2.2 The Rabbinic Parables
    2.3 Conclusions

    3. Form Criticism & The Parables
    3.1 Classical Form Criticism
    3.1.1 The Method
    3.1.2 Critique
    3.2 Hypotheses Of The Guarded Tradition
    3.2.1 Memorizing Jesus Teachings
    3.2.2 New Insights Into Oral Folklore And Social Memory
    3.3 Conclusions

    4. Redaction Criticism Of The Parables
    4.1 Positive Contributions
    4.1.1 The Illustration Of Distinctive Themes
    4.1.2 The Significance Of The Larger Contexts
    4.2 Invalid Allegations
    4.2.1 Misleading Parallels
    4.2.2 Dictional Analysis
    4.2.3 The Theology-History Dichotomy
    4.2.4 Prophecy After The Event
    4.2.5 Characterizing The Parables In Different Synoptic Sources
    4.2.6 Mistaking Stylistic For Theological Redaction
    4.2.7 Misrepresenting The Theology Of An Evangelist
    4.3 Conclusions

    5. New Literary & Hermeneutical Methods
    5.1 The New Hermeneutic
    5.1.1 The New View Of Metaphor
    5.1.2 A Critique Of The New View Of Metaphor
    5.2 Structuralism
    5.2.1 The Ideology
    5.2.2 The Method
    5.2.3 Surface Structures
    5.3 Poststructuralism/Postmodernism
    5.3.1 Deconstruction
    5.3.2 Reader-Response Criticism
    5.4 Other Literary Approaches [au: FYI, Edited To Match Text.]
    5.5 Conclusions
    Conclusions To Part One

    Part Two: The Meaning & Significance Of Individual Parables

    6. Simple Three-Point Parables
    6.1 The Prodigal Son (Lk 15:11-32)
    6.2 The Lost Sheep And Lost Coin (Lk 15:4-10; Cf. Mt 18:12-14)
    6.3 The Two Debtors (Lk 7:41-43)
    6.4 The Two Sons (Mt 21:28-32)
    6.5 Faithful And Unfaithful Servants (Lk 12:42-48; Mt 24:45-51)
    6.6 The Ten Virgins (Mt 25:1-13; Cf. Lk 13:24-30)
    6.7 The Wheat And The Tares (Mt 13:24-30, 36-43)
    6.8 The Dragnet (Mt 13:47-50)
    6.9 The Rich Man And Lazarus (Lk 16:19-31)
    6.10 The Children In The Marketplace (Mt 11:16-19; Lk 7:31-35)
    6.11 Conclusions

    7. Complex Three-Point Parables
    7.1 The Talents (Mt 25:14-30; Cf. Lk 19:12-27)
    7.2 The Laborers In The Vineyard (Mt 20:1-16)
    7.3 The Sower (Mk 4:3-9, 13-20 Pars.)
    7.4 The Good Samarita

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    In the last century, more studies of the parables were produced than for any other section of comparable length in the Bible. The problem is that few students of the Bible have access to these studies. In this substantially new and expanded edition, Craig Blomberg surveys and evaluates the contemporary critical approaches to the parables–including those that have emerged in the twenty years since the first edition was published. The classic works of C. H. Dodd and Joachim Jeremias set the direction for nearly all further parable studies in this century. Embodied in both scholars’ approaches are at least two assumptions that, for the most part, have gone unchallenged: (1) Parables make one and only one main point. (2) Parables are not allegories. But can these assumptions be supported by the evidence? Challenging this view and making his own important new contribution to parable studies, Blomberg argues that within proper definitions and limits, the parables are in fact best seen as allegories. In support of this “minority report” concerning parable interpretation, Blomberg not only sets forth theoretical considerations but devotes attention to all the major parables, providing brief interpretations that highlight the insights to be gained from his distinctive method.

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  • Faces Of Origin

    $19.99

    Contemporary scientists, such as RIchard Dawkins, have loudly proclaimed that evolutionism is an undeniable fact. They seem oblivious to the historical reality that the naturalistic assumptions of evolutionism mirror the supernatural ones of creationsim. The face of origins demonstrates the historical interdependence of these two opposing religious systems in posing answers to the question of the origin of the universe and human life.

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  • Studying Pauls Letters

    $32.00

    Studying Paul’s Letters provides a survey of the most relevant current methods in Paul scholarship. Joseph A. Marchal leads a group of scholars who are also experienced teachers in courses on Paul. More than a series of “how-to” essays in interpretation, each chapter in this volume shows how differences in starting point and interpretive decisions shape different ways of understanding Paul. Each teacher-scholar focuses on what a particular method brings to interpretation and applies that method to a text in Paul’s letters, aiming not just at the beginning student but at the “tough choices” every teacher must make in balancing information with critical reflection. Studying Paul’s Letters is organized for use in a single semester course on Paul.

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  • Introducing Early Christianity

    $30.00

    Laurie Guy provides an illuminating, broad-brush survey of the early church in its first four centuries. Readers get to witness the emergence of Great Tradition Christianity as themes unfold over time regarding women, persecution and martyrdom, asceticism and monasticism, eucharist and baptism, doctrine and the ecumenical councils.

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  • Christian Ethics : A Historical Introduction

    $45.00

    This updated survey of Christian ethics addresses major thinkers, movements, and issues from the early church to the present. A broad range of topics is discussed, including the biblical and philosophical legacies of Christian ethics and ethics through the early, medieval, formation, Enlightenment, and modern eras. This new edition contains more extensive discussions of ethics in the twentieth century, including Vatican II, ecumenical social ethics, and Orthodox Christian ethics. A new section, “Toward the Third Millennium,” looks at the issues we will face in the coming decades, including medical, scientific, and political dilemmas, and issues of terrorism, war, and peace.

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  • 4 : A Survey Of The Gospels

    $18.00

    The Gospels are a fourfold portrait of Jesus.
    Deftly guiding readers through “the four,” Peter Leithart delves into both the unique perspective of each gospel and their unifying witness to Jesus. The gospels are riddled with themes and types; Leithart reveals them and explains the Old Testament prophecies that intertwine with these apostolic books, as well as their underlying literary structures. He discusses the dating of the books, showing how the timeline of the four gospels lace together, and lays out Israel’s history leading up to John the Baptist’s birth.

    For anyone navigating the gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, The Four will give you your bearings.

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  • Emergence Of Christianity

    $39.00

    Preface
    Acknowledgments
    Chronology Of Events
    1. Historical Overview
    2. Jews And Christians The Dynasty Of Herod The Great
    3. Romans And Christinas Constantine’s Christian Monotheism
    4. Christians And Christians Pope Damasus And The Christianization Of Rome
    5. Pagans And Christians The Altar Of Victory
    6. The Christian Church Through The Centuries Conflict And Accommodation

    Additional Info
    This brief survey text tells the story of early Christianity. Cynthia White explores the emergence of Christianity in Rome during the first four centuries of the Greco-Roman empire, from the first followers of Jesus Christ, to conflicts between Christians and Jewish kings under Roman occupation, to the torture of Christian followers, Diocletian’s reforms, and Constantine’s eventual conversion to monotheism, which cemented Christianity’s status as the official religion of Rome.

    The text’s chapters will integrate key pedagogy, including introductions, study questions, textboxes, photos, maps, suggested readings, and a glossary and timeline.

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  • House For My Name Answer Key

    $10.00

    The best stories subtly weave themes and characters and symbols into a stunning final tapestry. A House for My Name, written for family and classroom reading, reveals the rich weave that makes Scripture the Story of stories. Here, the review and thought questions found in the book are answered, by a Fellow of Theology at New Saint Andrews College, nonetheless. [Insert sigh of relief here.]

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  • Studying The New Testament

    $20.00

    Introduction
    Dictionaries
    Commentaries
    Websites
    1. Jesus And His Social Worlds
    2. Paul And His Letters
    3. The Gospels
    4. Catholic And Apocalyptic Writings
    Glossary Index

    Additional Info
    This book offers an introduction to the literature of the New Testament, demonstrating how these writings can be approached and critically studied in an academic setting. Bruce Chilton and Deirdre J. Good, two respected New Testament scholars, provide a narrative of the historical context and social world of the books of the New Testament, a chronological survey of the Gospels and letters, and the remaining writings (Apocrypha, Apocalyptic) with their special focus on the emerging church. Together with textboxes, exercises, questions, further readings, maps, timeline, and glossary, this brief introduction surveys and employs leading methods of study and equips students with the general literacy needed for successful and serious study of New Testament writings.

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  • Introduction To The Historical Books

    $19.50

    Steven McKenzie here surveys the historical books of the Old Testament – Joshua through Ezra-Nehemiah – for their historical context, contents, form, and themes, communicating them clearly and succinctly for an introductory audience. / By providing a better understanding of biblical history writing in its ancient context, McKenzie helps readers come to terms with tensions between the Bible’s account and modern historical analyses. Rather than denying the results of historical research or dismissing its practitioners as wrongly motivated, he suggests that the source of the perceived discrepancy may lie not with the Bible but with the way in which it has been read. He also calls into question whether the genre of the Bible’s historical books has been properly understood.

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  • Nelsons New Testament Survey

    $29.99

    Each book of the New Testament is introduced and investigated with scholarship and biblical faithfulness. Includes all the information usually found in a Bible handbook – author, date, historical background, purpose, outline – but it goes much further.

    The authors provide an exposition of every passage in the New Testament, written in contemporary, understandable language. Sidebars and inserts offer other valuable reference material such as lists of the parables of Jesus, the miracles of Jesus, and key theological principles.

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  • Epic Of Eden

    $28.00

    Sandra Richter gives an overview of the Old Testament, organizing our disorderly knowledge of the Old Testament people, facts and stories into a memorable and manageable story of redemption that climaxes in the New Testament.

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  • Theological Interpretation Of The Old Testament

    $26.00

    The groundbreaking Dictionary for Theological Interpretation of the Bible (DTIB) introduced readers to key names, theories, and concepts in the field of biblical interpretation. It has been well received by pastors and students, won book awards from Christianity Today and the Catholic Press Association, and was named the ECPA 2006 Christian Book of the Year. Theological Interpretation of the Old Testament features key articles from DTIB, providing readers with a book-by-book theological reading of the Old Testament. The articles are authored by leading scholars, including Daniel I. Block, Tremper Longman III, J. Gordon McConville, Walter Moberly, Richard Schultz, and Gordon J. Wenham. This handy and affordable text will work particularly well for students in Old Testament/Bible survey courses, pastors, and lay readers.

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  • Theological Interpretation Of The New Testament

    $26.00

    This convenient text utilizes material from the award-winning Dictionary for Theological Interpretation of the Bible (DTIB) to introduce students to the Bible and theological interpretation through a comprehensive book-by-book survey of the New Testament. The articles, authored by respected scholars, make unique contributions to the study of theological interpretation of Scripture.

    Theological Interpretation of the New Testament provides a history of interpretation and covers major theological ideas for each book of the New Testament. Contributors include David E. Garland, Robert H. Gundry, I. Howard Marshall, Francesca Aran Murphy, Max Turner, and N. T. Wright. Students of the New Testament, pastors, and lay readers will appreciate this affordable volume. It will also serve as an excellent supplementary text in New Testament/Bible survey courses.

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  • Romans In Full Circle

    $33.00

    The New Testament book of Romans has played an important role in the life of the church from the period of the early church and through to the present day. In this concise survey of the major theological changes associated with Paul’s letter, Mark Reasoner focuses on its history and interpretation, particularly through the works of Origen, Augustine, the medieval exegetes, Luther, and Barth. In so doing, he reveals that by a circuitous route, western Christians in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries are returning to reading Romans in ways very similar to Origen’s concerns in the third century. This is true particularly in regard to issues of the human will, sensitivity to Jews and Judaism, openness to the possibility of universalism, and a deconstructive reading of the obedience to government passage in Romans 13. Thus, in addition to giving a helpful overview of Romans itself, this book will help readers situate their theological questions within the two thousand-year history of conversations about Paul’s letter to Roman believers.

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  • Beyond The Ordinary

    $22.00

    SKU (ISBN): 9780664226930Cynthia Woolever | Deborah BruceBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2004Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press Print On Demand Product

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  • Faith Of Israel

    $34.00

    This comprehensive survey introduces students to the theological emphases of the entire Old Testament, from Genesis through Malachi.

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  • Forever Settled : A Survey Of The Documents And History Of The Bible

    $23.00

    This book was one of Dr. Moorman’s first volumes. He used it to teach his students at a Bible College in South Africa where he served the Lord as a missionary before going to England. His message is clear: the Words of our God are “Forever Settled” both in heaven and on earth.

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  • House For My Name

    $21.00

    Acknowledgments
    Preface
    Introduction: The New Concealed

    1. Book Of Beginnings
    2. Out Of Egypt Have I Called My Son
    3. From Sinai To Shiloh
    4. The House Of David And The House Of Yahweh
    5. Walking In The Customs Of The Nations
    6. The Last Days Of Judah
    7. Exile And New Exodus
    8. Israel Dead And Reborn

    Author Index
    Scripture Index

    Additional Info
    The best stories subtly weave themes and characters and symbols into a stunning final tapestry. This Old Testament survey, written for junior high readers and up, reveals the rich weave that makes Scripture the Story of stories. Leithart has a gift for conveying the deep truths of Scripture in a gripping and understandable way. Even seminary students rave about this one.

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  • Linguistics For Students Of New Testament Greek

    $26.00

    Introduces Greek students to the field of linguistics and shows how its findings can increase their understanding of the New Testament.

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  • History Of Israel

    $50.00

    Unsurpassed for nearly half a century, and now with a new introduction and appendix by William P. Brown, Bright’s A History of Israel will continue to be a standard for a new generation of students of the Old Testament.
    Includes 16 full-color maps.

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  • Meaning Of The Millennium

    $24.00

    Prof Clouse has brought together four proponents of the four major millennial views:each view has had both a long history and a host of Christian adherents through the years. George Ladd presents historic premillennialism. Hoyt writes on dispenstional premillennialism.

    Boettner retired theologian discusses the postmillennial view. And finally Hoekema describes the amillennial position. After each essay the other three writers respond from their own perspective. This book is a debate among key Christian scholars on the meaning of the millennium.

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  • Millennial Maze

    $28.00

    In THE MILLENIAL MAZE, Stanley J. Grenz provides historical and biblical, as well as theological, perspective on the four positions held by evangelicals–postmillennialism, dispensational premillenialism, historic premillennialism and amillenialism. Assessing the strengths and weaknesses of each position, he seeks to cut a new path through the maze that reaffirms the valid insights of each and sounds a fresh note of hope in an age of shattered illusions.

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  • Introduction To The Gospels

    $28.99

    Textbook for courses on the Gospels for colleges and beginning seminary. Discusses origin, development, and interrelationships of the Four Gospels.

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  • Old Testament Survey

    $6.99

    Old Testament Survey is designed to give a patterned glimpse at each book of the Old Testament. This has been done by applying these ten points to each book: (1)Titles, (2)Author, (3)Date, (4)Key Words and Phrases, (5)Key Verses, (6)Purpose, (7)Message, (8)Outline, (9)Summary, and (10)Christ Seen.

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  • Introducing The Bible

    $18.99

    In Introducing the Bible William Barclay testifies to the Bible’s unique value as an inspired book and gives clear advice on the best way to read it. He tells how the biblical writings came into being and finally gained acceptance as Scripture. And he explains the signifigance and the status of the Apocrypha. Most important of all, William Barclay presents the Bible as a book to be read and enjoyed today – a light in the darkness of a world that has lost its way. William Barclay’s original text has been edited and revised by Professon John W. Rogerson, who has also written a new introduction. Mr. Rogerson is head of the Department of Biblical Studies at the University of Sheffield, and is an authority on the Old Testament and author of a number of books.

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  • New Testament Survey

    $6.99

    New Testament Survey addresses the New Testament in succinct understandable points, understanding the part and relating them to the whole. It is designed to give a patterned glimpse at each book of the New Testament. This has been done by applying these ten points to each book: (1) Titles, (2)Author, (3)Date, (4)Key Words and Phrases, (5)Key Verses, (6)Purpose, (7)Message, (8)Outline, (9)Summary, and (10)Christ Seen.

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  • Popular Survey Of The Old Testament

    $29.99

    39 Chapters

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    Well illustrated with photos, charts, and maps, and written in an easy, informal style, this survey will be enjoyed by all Christians who want to enrich their understanding of Old Testament people and events. Along with the cultural and historical background of each Old Testament book, the themes of the various groups of Old Testament books are discussed.

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  • Beginners Guide To The New Testament

    $19.00

    Is there a dominant and unchanging theme in the New Testament? If so, what does that say about God and his relationship with humanity? Barclay answers these questions in this clear and concise discussion of the main themes of each N.T. book. This classic reissue is ideal for individual or group study.

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  • Theological Introduction To The Book Of Psalms

    $26.99

    McCann’s A Theological Introduction to the Psalms represents a fresh approach to the book of Psalms. Taking his point of departure from the newest frontier of research, McCann reads the Psalms in the context of their final shape and canonical form. He interprets the psalms in their identity as scripture as well as in their character as songs, prayers, and poetry from Israel’s history. McCann’s intent is to contribute to the church’s recovery of the Psalms as Torah-Instruction (not as law), as a guide to prayer, praise of God, and pious living. The explicit connections which McCann draws from the psalms to the New Testament, and to Christian faith and life, are extensive, making his work suitable for serious study of the psalms both in academic and church settings. An appendix examines the tradition of singing the psalms and offers suggestions and resources for the use of the psalms in worship.

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  • Holy Spirit Today

    $16.99

    This book gives scriptural answers to some of the most frequently asked questions in regard to the Baptism of the Holy Spirit, speaking in Tongues, and the Gifts of the Spirit.

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  • Jensens Survey Of The New Testament

    $34.99

    24 Chapterss

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    JENSEN’S SURVEY OF THE NEW TESTAMENT

    “All too often, students of New Testament survey read the instruction of others regarding the content of the Bible books but fail to spend time reading the Bible text for themselves. This book has been written to start the reader onto paths of study in each New Testament book, to search and discover for himself the great themes of each book.”

    The main purpose of this New Testament survey guide is to involve the reader personally in a first hand survey of the Bible text and to lead the reader into a time of personal reflection as he considers practical spiritual applications of the Bible book he has just studied.

    Important helps for study include opening paragraphs of each chapter that prepare the student for study, background information on each book, a survey of the content of each book, a discussion of the prominent subjects of the Bible book, identification of key words and verses, application suggestions, review questions, suggestions for further study, brief outlines of each book, selected reading lists, and complete survey charts.

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  • Introduction To The Apocrypha

    $74.99

    SKU (ISBN): 9780195023404Bruce MetzgerBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 1977Publisher: Oxford University Press Print On Demand Product

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