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The Book of Job

by Gilbert Keith Chesterton

THE Book of Job is among the other Old Testament Books both a philosophical riddle and a historical riddle. Controversy has long raged about which parts of this epic belong to its original scheme and which are...

Sing Out for Justice

by Ray Vincent

The Old Testament prophets were not just predictors of things that would happen long after their time. Nor were they purveyors of religious platitudes. They were people with an urgent message for their own generation...

The Structure and Function of the Prologue of Judges

by Yohannes Tesfaye Sahile

In this book, Yohannes Sahile tackles the problem of Judges’ prologue, proposing that it is a single introduction with a narrative trajectory that begins with the death of Joshua. The prologue captures how,...

Ancient Prophecy

by Martti Nissinen

Ancient Prophecy: Near Eastern, Biblical, and Greek Perspectives is the first monograph-length comparative study on prophetic divination in ancient Near Eastern, biblical, and Greek sources. Prophecy is one...

Can We Still Believe in the Rapture?

by Mark Hitchcock & Ed Hindson

In this well-reasoned and thorough defense, prophecy authors Mark Hitchcock and Ed Hindson examine the concept, context, and consequences of the rapture. As you explore what Scripture says about the end times,...

Tales from the Tribe

by Aaron Luse & Kary Oberbrunner

Tales from the Tribe is a missions-focused devotional book that will inspire, challenge, and educate you through incredible true stories that come to life from the jungle to your home. Get ready to see, feel,...

Faith in a Hidden God

by Elizabeth Palmer

The story of the binding of Isaac presents problems and opportunities for people who seek to live faithfully in relationship with a God who surpasses our understanding. This book examines how Luther and Kierkegaard...

Divine Simplicity

by Jordan P. Barrett

The Christian church has consistently confessed that the triune God of the gospel is simple and therefore beyond composition. The various divine attributes do not represent parts of God that, when combined,...

Communal Reading in the Time of Jesus

by Brian J. Wright

Much of the contemporary discussion of the Jesus tradition has focused on aspects of oral performance, storytelling, and social memory, on the premise that the practice of communal reading of written texts was...

A Complicated Pregnancy

by Kyle Roberts

The virgin birth is a much-loved story in the Christian tradition. It is the standard "origin story" of Jesus, marking the incarnation of the Son of God. Today, however, many theologians dispute the tradition...

A Sign For US

by Richard Ruhling

Christ linked Jerusalem's destruction to signs for the end of the age in Matthew 24. Such destruction signals an impending US judgment for our moral decay as in Roe v Wade and the Supreme Court's redefining...

Zondervan Handbook of Biblical Archaeology

by J. Randall Price & H. Wayne House

The Zondervan Handbook of Biblical Archaeology is a reference resource for anyone interested in archaeology and its relevance to biblical, theological, and apologetic studies. Illustrated with full-color photos,...

Out of Darkness into the Light

by Jay R. Ashbaucher

Based on Jesus’ words that He is the Light of the world, this book will help believers better understand their faith and enable them to live a richer and more satisfying life. It will assist those who have...

Songs of the Spirit

by Megan Daffern

These arrestingly thoughtful translations and meditations on the Psalms encompass a wide range of emotional responses to God, providing a richly varied resource for Lent and Easter.

‘As John Calvin said, the...


by Liam Goligher & Elizabeth McQuoid

Ezekiel ben Buzi would never forget his 30th birthday.

He had been trained as a priest and brought up to believe that at this age his life's work would begin. For years he had anticipated this moment when he...

The Way of the Carmelites

by James McCaffrey

For Carmelites, prayer is friendship with God in a silent communion of love. By fixing our eyes on the vulnerability of Jesus and on his unrequited love for us, we are transformed. For a life permeated by closeness...

Johannine Ethics

by Christopher W. Skinner & Sherri Brown

The Gospel and Epistles of John are often overlooked in discussions of New Testament ethics; indeed, it has been asserted that the Fourth Gospel is of only limited value to such discussions--even that John is...

The Role of the Synagogue in the Aims of Jesus

by Jordan J. Ryan

No one disputes today that Jesus must be understood as a participant in the currents of Second Temple Judaism. However, his relation to the institution of the synagogue has received much less attention despite...

The Rhetoric of Jesus in the Gospel of Mark

by Michael Strickland & David M. Young

Young and Strickland analyze the four largest discourses of Jesus in Mark in the context of Greco-Roman rhetoric in an attempt to hear them as a first-century audience would have heard them. Their analysis uncovers...

Saving Images

by Gordon W. Lathrop

The Protestant Reformation emphasized the centrality of scripture to Christian life; the twentieth-century liturgical movement emphasized the Bible‘s place at the heart of liturgy. But we have not yet explored...