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John Teter and Alex Gee invite you to explore the world of Lauryn Hill, Tupac Shakur and the "hip-hop prophets"—following their lyrical messages to ultimate fulfillment at the feet of the Prophet-King Jesus.
In this autobiographical account, Dr. Sai Park describes how he managed to break free from the war-torn Korea of his youth and achieve critical success as a medical doctor in U.S.--only to relinquish it all and head back to Korea to serve the poor.
Rodney A. Whitacre edits this pastorally-oriented commentary that includes background material concerning authorship, date and purpose, as well as a summary of important theological themes. A passage-by-passage exposition follows that focuses on understanding what John had to say to his original readers in order to see its relevance for the church today.
It's AD 70, and Jerusalem is falling to the Romans, its temple being destroyed. As Jews and Christians try to escape the city, we travel with some of them through an imagined week of flight and faith. In this imaginative and entertaining narrative, Ben Witherington leads us behind the veil of centuries to experience the historical and social realities of this epochal event.
After more than thirty years of acquiring and editing academic titles for InterVarsity Press (IVP), Dan Reid has announced that he will be retiring on December 31, 2017.
Justin Paul Lawrence, IVP's recently promoted senior sales and marketing director, has been recognized by Publishers Weekly (PW) in their annual Star Watch program. Lawrence is one of fifty innovative publishing professionals, including editors, booksellers, publicists, marketers, agents, and designers honored in the program, which is in its fifth year.
John H. Walton, a prolific author and professor of Old Testament at Wheaton College and Graduate School, has signed a three-book contract with IVP Academic.
Sarah and Jim Sumner have wrestled with the theological meaning of headship in marriage--both individually and as a couple--articulated so clearly and yet so mysteriously by the apostle Paul. Here they show how married couples can love and honor one another as they practically become one flesh.
Mark Sheridan, an expert in early Christianity, explores how ancient Christian theologians interpreted Scripture in order to address the problem of attributing human characteristics and emotions to God.
In this careful and provocative study, Chad Thornhill considers how Second Temple understandings of election influenced key Pauline texts with sensitivity to social, historical and literary factors. While Paul is able to move beyond ancient categories of a collective view of election, Thornhill shows how he also follows these patterns.