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Christ from Beginning to End

by Stephen Wellum, Trent Hunter & Mark Dever

How we see Christ and how we read the Bible are directly related. And while many people are encouraged to know that the Bible is about Christ, they end up discouraged when they can't explain how the Bible's...


A History of Death in the Hebrew Bible

by Matthew Suriano

Postmortem existence in the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament was rooted in mortuary practices and conceptualized through the embodiment of the dead. But this idea of the afterlife was not hopeless or fatalistic, consigned...


The Rational Bible: Exodus

by Dennis Prager

A close reading of Exodus from nationally syndicated radio host and bestselling author Dennis Prager, whom The Los Angeles Times calls "an amazingly gifted man and moralist whose mission in life has been crystallized—to...


The Invention of Religion

by Jan Assmann & Robert Savage

The Book of Exodus may be the most consequential story ever told. But its spectacular moments of heaven-sent plagues and parting seas overshadow its true significance, says Jan Assmann, a leading historian of...


Connecting Gospels

by Francis Watson & Sarah Parkhouse

By the late second century, early Christian gospels had been divided into two groups by a canonical boundary that assigned normative status to four of them while consigning their competitors to the margins....


Reading Phinehas, Watching Slashers

by Brandon R. Grafius

The tale of the “zeal” of Phineas, expressed when he killed an Israelite man and a Midianite woman having sex and thus stopped a “plague” of consorting with idolatrous neighbors in the Israelite camp...


Schleiermacher

by Terrence N. Tice

Friedrich Schleiermacher is widely reputed to be the father of modern theology, as an evangelical (gospel-oriented) liberal. Amazingly, Schleiermacher anticipated much thought in the twentieth century and beyond,...


Judges and Saviors, Deborah and Samson

by Hillel I. Millgram

This is a book about a book: it is an in-depth yet reader friendly analysis of the Book of Judges, one of the most dramatic books of the Bible. Against the commonly-held view that this remarkable work is no...


Jesus ~ My Missing Years ~ An Official Autobiography

by Gary Watkins & Marco* Watkins

Perhaps one of the most controversial times in the History of the WORLD -next to the "Moment of Creation"- may quite possibly be "The 18 Missing Years of Jesus". For two millennia the World has asked: "Where...


The Best 40 Days of Your Life

by Onedia Nicole Gage

The Best 40 Days of Your Life

A Journal of Spiritual Renewal Through Prayer, Meditation, & Study

 

40 days is important in the life of every Christian. Noah endured 40 days of rain. Jesus endured 40 days of fasting....


Stewards of Power

by Dwight S. M. Mutonono

Africa’s national leaders have failed the continent. So have Africa’s church leaders. In Stewards of Power: Restoring Africa’s Dignity, Dwight Mutonono identifies the leadership problems plaguing the continent...


The Young Against the Old

by L. L. Welborn

The so-called First Epistle of Clement has long intrigued historians of early Christianity. It responds to a crisis in the Corinthian church by enjoining an ethic of subordination especially to the presbyteroi...


The Normal Hermeneutic

by Clay Nuttall & Hani Hanna

The purpose is to present the massive difference between the two major approaches to Biblical interpretation. These two systems would be “the normal hermeneutic” that demands the plain, clear, consistent,...


It's a Red-Letter Day!

by Debbie Dupuy

Millions of people around the world read the Bible every day, yet few know why we have red-letter Bibles. Why was red chosen to distinguish Jesus’ words from all other words in the Bible? Have we always had...


Come, Lord Jesus

by Mark Braaten

How can Christians today understand the book of Revelation and its meaning and implications for our lives? Mark Braaten, a pastor and scholar who has spent years studying and teaching Revelation, answers the...


The New Oxford Annotated Bible

by Marc Brettler, Carol Newsom, Pheme Perkins & Michael Coogan

For over 50 years students, professors, clergy, and general readers have relied on The New Oxford Annotated Bible as an unparalleled authority in Study Bibles. This fifth edition of the Annotated remains the...


The New Oxford Annotated Bible with Apocrypha

by Marc Brettler, Carol Newsom, Pheme Perkins & Michael Coogan

For over 50 years students, professors, clergy, and general readers have relied on The New Oxford Annotated Bible as an unparalleled authority in Study Bibles. This fifth edition of the Annotated, thumb-indexed...


The New Oxford Annotated Apocrypha

by Marc Brettler, Carol Newsom, Pheme Perkins & Michael Coogan

For decades students, professors, clergy, and general readers have relied on The New Oxford Annotated Apocrypha as an unparalleled authority on the Apocrypha. This fifth edition remains the best way to study...


Karl Barth and the Study of the Religious Enlightenment

by Michael Jimenez

Encountering the Task of History analyzes the intellectual history of the eighteenth century provided by Karl Barth, most notably in his Protestant Theology in the Nineteenth Century. Barth anticipates the recent...


Making Sense of Old Testament Genocide

by Christian Hofreiter

The divine commands to annihilate the seven nations living in Canaan (to 'devote them to destruction', herem in Biblical Hebrew) are perhaps the most morally troubling texts of the Hebrew and Christian bibles....