IVP Academic Books
Howard A. Snyder probes the relationship between the kingdom of God and our daily experience of the church.
Jesus' "table fellowship" with sinners in the Gospels has been widely agreed to be historically reliable, but scholarly disputes continue. Craig L. Blomberg engages with the debate, surveys the relevant biblical texts and their background, and concludes with contemporary applications.
Greg Forster provides an overview of the development of Christian political thought from the early church to the present. He illuminates our current crisis in which there is a fragmenting view of the proper relationship of government and religion.
To provide a model for today's missionary efforts, Dean Flemming examines how the New Testament authors--particularly in Acts, Paul's letters and the Gospels--contextualized the gospel for particular cultures and/or communities.
This series of introductory textbooks lays a solid foundation for philosophical probing while considering the implications of Christianity. The series currently features 5 volumes, including Science and Its Limits (which replaced an earlier volume, The Philosophy of Science).
This series of concise introductory-level textbooks focuses on the main themes of Christian theology--exploring perennial questions and their time-tested solutions while moving forward to consider contemporary issues and rework evangelical formulations of the faith.