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  • The Art of New Creation
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    The Art of New Creation

    Trajectories in Theology and the Arts

    Studies in Theology and the Arts Series

    Edited by Jeremy Begbie, Daniel Train, and W. David O. Taylor

    Creation and the new creation are inextricably bound, for the God who created the world is the same God who promises a new heaven and a new earth. Bringing together theologians, biblical scholars, and artists, this volume based on the DITA10 conference at Duke Divinity School explores how the relation between creation and the new creation is informed by and reflected in the arts.

  • Preaching in the New Testament
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    Preaching in the New Testament

    New Studies in Biblical Theology

    by Jonathan Griffiths
    Series edited by D. A. Carson

    Is "preaching" mandated in the post-apostolic context, and if so, how does it relate to the preaching of the Old Testament prophets and of Jesus and his apostles? In this NSBT volume Jonathan Griffiths seeks answers to these questions in the New Testament, surveying the Scripture and setting his exegetical findings within the context of biblical theology.

  • Exodus Old and New
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    Exodus Old and New

    A Biblical Theology of Redemption

    Essential Studies in Biblical Theology

    by L. Michael Morales
    Series edited by Benjamin L. Gladd

    With Israel's exodus out of Egypt, God established a pattern for the salvation of all his people—Israel and the nations—through Jesus Christ. In this ESBT volume, L. Michael Morales examines three redemption movements in Scripture: the exodus out of Egypt, the second exodus foretold by the prophets, and the new exodus accomplished by Jesus.

  • The Greco-Roman World of the New Testament Era
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    The Greco-Roman World of the New Testament Era

    Exploring the Background of Early Christianity

    by James S. Jeffers

    James S. Jeffers provides an informative tour of the various facets of the Roman world--class and status, family and community, work and leisure, religion and organization, city and country, law and government, death and taxes, and the events of Roman history.

  • A Guide to New Religious Movements
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    A Guide to New Religious Movements

    Edited by Ronald M. Enroth

    Sociologist Ronald Enroth and a team of expert contributors provide an accessible handle on the key religious movements of our day, from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the Jehovah's Witnesses to contemporary versions of Hinduism, Buddhism and Islam.

  • The New Conspirators
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    The New Conspirators

    Creating the Future One Mustard Seed at a Time

    by Tom Sine
    Foreword by Shane Claiborne

    Tom Sine helps you to think critically and creatively about the world--the one that has been inherited and the one being crafted now. The New Conspirators offers encouraging signs that God's people can flourish in and minister to the changing and challenging world around them by living out their faith in small and great ways.

  • The Ecology of the New Testament
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    The Ecology of the New Testament

    Creation, Re-Creation, and the Environment

    by Mark Bredin
    Foreword by Richard Bauckham

    Mark Bredin opens contemporary ecological concerns to the teachings of Jesus. He shows how the New Testament gives us the moral bearings we need to respond to disturbing global trends such as the loss of biodiversity, deforestation, and the shortage of food and clean water.

  • The New Testament Documents: Are They Reliable?
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    The New Testament Documents: Are They Reliable?

    by F. F. Bruce
    Foreword by N. T. Wright

    F. F. Bruce, one of evangelicalism's most respected scholars, makes a clear case for the historical trustworthiness of the Christian Scriptures.

  • Exploring Jewish Literature of the Second Temple Period
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    Exploring Jewish Literature of the Second Temple Period

    A Guide for New Testament Students

    by Larry R. Helyer

    Larry R. Helyer provides an introduction and historical context for the wealth of Jewish literature outside the Hebrew Bible, and he explores the pressures, realities, questions and dreams that nurtured and provoked these written works.