• Reading While Black
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    Reading While Black

    African American Biblical Interpretation as an Exercise in Hope

    by Esau McCaulley

    Reading Scripture from the perspective of Black church tradition can help us connect with a rich faith history and address the urgent issues of our times. Demonstrating an ongoing conversation between the collective Black experience and the Bible, New Testament scholar Esau McCaulley shares a personal and scholarly testament to the power and hope of Black biblical interpretation.

  • Salvation to the Ends of the Earth
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    Salvation to the Ends of the Earth

    A Biblical Theology of Mission

    New Studies in Biblical Theology

    by Andreas J. Köstenberger
    With T. Desmond Alexander
    Series Editor D. A. Carson

    The saving mission of Jesus constitutes the foundation for Christian mission, and the Christian gospel is its message. This second edition of a classic NSBT volume emphasizes how the Bible presents a continuing narrative of God's mission, providing a robust historical and chronological backbone to the unfolding of the early Christian mission.

  • Biblical Theology According to the Apostles
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    Biblical Theology According to the Apostles

    How the Earliest Christians Told the Story of Israel

    New Studies in Biblical Theology

    by Chris Bruno, Jared Compton, and Kevin McFadden
    Series Editor D. A. Carson

    How did the apostles understand the Old Testament? The New Testament's explicit summaries of the Old Testament story of Israel give readers direct access into the way the earliest Christians did biblical theology. This NSBT volume examines the passages in the Synoptic Gospels, Acts, Paul's letters, and Hebrews which recount the characters, events, and institutions of Israel's story.

  • Tethered to the Cross
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    Tethered to the Cross

    The Life and Preaching of Charles H. Spurgeon

    by Thomas Breimaier

    What guided English Baptist minister Charles H. Spurgeon's reading of Scripture? Tracing the development of Spurgeon's thought and his approach to biblical hermeneutics throughout his ministry, theologian and historian Thomas Breimaier argues that Spurgeon viewed the entire Bible through the lens of the cross of Christ.

  • Reading Scripture as the Church
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    Reading Scripture as the Church

    Dietrich Bonhoeffer's Hermeneutic of Discipleship

    New Explorations in Theology

    by Derek W. Taylor

    The Bible is meant to be read in the church, by the church, as the church. Following the example of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Derek Taylor argues that we should regard the reading of Scripture as an inherently communal exercise of discipleship. In conversation with other theologians, Taylor shares how this approach to Scripture can engender a faithful hermeneutical community.

  • God Has Chosen
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    God Has Chosen

    The Doctrine of Election Through Christian History

    by Mark R. Lindsay

    Throughout the church's history, Christians have sought to understand the doctrine of election. On this journey through the Bible and church history, theologian Mark Lindsay turns to the various articulations of the early church fathers, John Calvin's view, the subsequent debate between Calvinists and Arminians, and Karl Barth's modern reconception of the doctrine.

  • Original Sin and the Fall
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    Original Sin and the Fall

    Five Views

    Spectrum Multiview Book Series

    Edited by J. B. Stump and Chad Meister

    Throughout the church's history, Christians have disagreed over many particular questions surrounding humanity's fall. In this Spectrum Multiview book contributors present five views on these questions—Augustinian, Reformed, Wesleyan, Eastern Orthodox, and a Reconceived view—offering both an articulation of their own view and responses to the others.

  • Brown Church
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    Brown Church

    Five Centuries of Latina/o Social Justice, Theology, and Identity

    by Robert Chao Romero

    The Latina/o culture and identity have long been shaped by their challenges to the religious, socio-economic, and political status quo. Robert Chao Romero explores the "Brown Church" and how this movement appeals to the vision for redemption that includes not only heavenly promises but also the transformation of our lives and the world.

  • Resurrecting Justice
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    Resurrecting Justice

    Reading Romans for the Life of the World

    by Douglas Harink

    Theologian Douglas Harink invites readers to rediscover Romans as a treatise on justice, tracing Paul's thinking on this theme through a sequential reading of the book and finding in each passage facets of the gospel's primary claim—that God accomplishes justice in the death and resurrection of Jesus Messiah.

  • The Future of Open Theism
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    The Future of Open Theism

    From Antecedents to Opportunities

    by Richard Rice

    Evangelical theology has grappled with open theism and its alternative doctrine of God for decades. Richard Rice recounts the history of open theism from its antecedents and early developments to its more recent expressions, considering how it might continue to develop in relation to several primary doctrines of the Christian faith.

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