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Temple

by Rose Publishing

The Temple - A Look at God's Dwelling Place Throughout Bible History

The Temple examines God's House from the time of the Tabernacle in the wilderness to the Temple built by King Solomon, Zerubbabel, and Herod's...


Names of the Holy Spirit

by Rose Publishing

32 Names of the Holy Spirit and Their Meanings

The Holy Spirit has many names in the Bible, and each name helps us understand the power and work of God in our life. In Names of the Holy Spirit, you will see 32...


Death, Hell and the Resurrection

by Vincent Padgett

What happens when someone dies? Do they go to heaven? Do the wicked burn forever in hell? What about the resurrection of the righteous? When does that take place? Each denomination seems to have its own doctrine...


The Sages Speak: Rabbinic Wisdom and Jewish Values

by William B. Silverman

Organized by subject, this is a collection of teachings and quotations from the Talmud, the Bible, rabbinical commentaries, and ancient and modern religious and secular writings. Writers include Elie Wiesel,...


The Book of Job: Annotated & Explained

by Donald Kraus Donald Kraus & Marc, Dr. Brettler

This fresh translation and annotation of a celebrated classic of world literature captures some of the finest poetry in the Hebrew Bible and uncovers the original author's intent in a way that is accessible...


Who Wrote the New Testament?

by Burton L. Mack

The Making of the Christian Myth

Commencing in mid February 2004, SBS TV (Australia) will run a two–part documentary based on this title.

In this groundbreaking and controversial book, Burton Mack brilliantly...


Judaism Defined: Mattathias and the Destiny of His People

by Benjamin Edidin Scolnic

This book explores the story of Mattathias in 1Maccabees and asserts that Mattathias defined Judaism and Jewishness for his time. Mattathias's actions of zealous violence, as controversial as they were viewed...


Two Faiths, One Covenant?: Jewish and Christian Identity in the Presence of the Other

by O. T. S. M. Pawlikowski, Eugene B. Korn & Dianne Bergant

In the twenty-first century, Jews and Christians are challenged to reconsider their theological assumptions by two inescapable truths: the moral tragedy of the holocaust demands that Christian thinkers acknowledge...


And Morning Came: Scriptures of the Resurrection

by Megan Mckenna

Through insightful interpretation and storytelling, And Morning Came reflects on the central mystery of faith: how new life springs from death. In this powerful exploration through the Resurrection Scriptures,...


The Four Gospels on Sunday: The New Testament and the Reform of Christian Worship

by Gordon W. Lathrop

Premier liturgical theologian Gordon Lathrop argues that far too often liturgy, preaching, and liturgical theology are informed by naive and outdated exegesis. In another fully original and deeply reflective...


The Practice of Hope: Ideology and Intention in 1 Thessalonians

by Nestor O. Miquez

In Not Like Those Who Have No Hope, Nestor O. Miguez brings the insights of historical-critical study and political analysis together with incisive theological reflection. Taking on European philosophical interpretations...


Handbook on Hope, Faith and Love

by Saint Augustine

"Faith, Hope, and Love" is a compact treatise on Christian piety, written in response to a request by an otherwise unknown person, named Laurentius, shortly after the death of Saint Jerome in 420. It is intended...


The Year of the Lord's Favor: Proclaiming Grace in the Year of Luke

by Tom Arthur

Pushes beyond traditional interpretation to get at what Luke is really saying.


Mary's Story

by Sylvia Zitek

Mary, the mother of Jesus, played an intimate role in the life of the Son of God. From the womb to the conquered grave, her experiences must have been at times uplifting and disheartening, enriching and alienating,...


Paradoxy: Coming to Grips with the Contradictions of Jesus

by Tom Taylor

Die to live. Give to receive. Why did Jesus teach using these upside-down statements? Discover how his paradoxes point to truth and lasting peace.


Leading with Billy Graham: The Leadership Principles and Life of T. W. Wilson

by Jay Dennis

Demonstrates principles of leadership and servanthood learned through T. W. Wilson's long-time involvement with Billy Graham and his ministry.


Come and See:  Acts and Letters

by Fr. Joseph L. Ponessa & Laurie Watson Manhardt

How do the Letters of Saint Paul connect to the history of the Acts of the Apostles? What was the structure and governance of the Apostolic Church? How should the Catholic interpret the difficult passages in...


Welcome to the Bible

by Vicki K. Black

New Episcopalians may be nervous about opening the Bible; others simply don't know how to begin. An often-overlooked gift of the Episcopal Church is that the texts and doctrines of the Bible are embedded in...


Angels

by Vinita Hampton Wright

What Do We Really Know About Angels?

What--or who--are angels? Where did they come from, and what is their purpose? What is their relationship to us as human beings?

This studyguide explores the numerous Bible...


Galatians, Titus & Philemon: Freedom in Christ

by Whitney Kuniholm

Paul wrote Galatians to defend the gospel - the Good News that we are saved by faith alone. Titus enforces this truth - we have been saved not because of good deeds, but to do good deeds. And Philemon continues...