• A Radiant Birth

    A Radiant Birth

    Advent Readings for a Bright Season

    Edited by Leslie Leyland Fields and Paul J. Willis

    In this volume, Christian literary writers of the Chrysostom Society reflect on Advent and Christmastide as a bright and meaningful season of anticipation and glory. Through forty-two readings from the first Sunday of Advent through Epiphany, contributors prepare us in watchful waiting for the coming of Jesus.

    Number of Studies: 42

  • Life in the Son

    Life in the Son

    Exploring Participation and Union with Christ in John's Gospel and Letters

    New Studies in Biblical Theology

    by Clive Bowsher
    Series edited by D. A. Carson

    In John's Gospel, the Father and Son are described as being "in one another." This NSBT volume from Clive Bowsher shows that union with Christ in John's Gospel and letters is the in-one-another relationship of believers with the Father and Son by the Spirit—the intimate, loving, relational participation of the believer and God.

  • The Royal Priest

    The Royal Priest

    Psalm 110 in Biblical Theology

    New Studies in Biblical Theology

    by Matthew H. Emadi
    Series edited by D. A. Carson

    Despite its importance in the New Testament, relatively little has been written about Psalm 110. By considering how David brought together priesthood and kingship in a single figure, Matthew Emadi uncovers the theological foundations of Psalm 110, showing that Melchizedek's royal priesthood is tied to both creation and redemption.

  • A Change of Heart

    A Change of Heart

    A Personal and Theological Memoir

    by Thomas C. Oden

    How did one of last century's most celebrated liberals change so dramatically? In this intellectual and spiritual memoir, Thomas Oden journeys from conservative rural Methodism in Oklahoma to free-spirited theological innovation in the land of academia and back to the foundations of ancient Christianity.

  • The Offensive Church

    The Offensive Church

    Breaking the Cycle of Ethnic Disunity

    by Bryan C. Loritts

    Crises around race have put the church in a reactive, defensive posture, but Jesus wants more. He wants Christians to play offense by discipling people into a new humanity that pushes beyond mere diversity so that the church becomes the aroma of Christ to our culture and gains ground against the demonic foothold of racism in all its forms.

  • Becoming the Church

    Becoming the Church

    God's People in Purpose and Power

    by Claude R. Alexander

    Though many have given up on the church, God has not. Bishop Claude Alexander shows how early Christians did not always understand what the church was supposed to be, but God worked in them anyway. By the power of the Holy Spirit, we too can be transformed by Jesus and model to the world what it means to know him–as the church.

  • Dawn


    A Proton's Tale of All That Came to Be

    BioLogos Books on Science and Christianity

    by Cees Dekker, Corien Oranje, and Gijsbert van den Brink
    Translated by Harry Cook
    Afterword by Deborah Haarsma

    Discover the wonder of the cosmos as you follow the journey of one proton from the beginning of creation all the way through history to today. Combining mind-bending scientific knowledge with storytelling and insights from theology, this gripping narrative provides a fresh look at cosmology, evolutionary biology, and the good news of God.

  • From Prisoner to Prince

    From Prisoner to Prince

    The Joseph Story in Biblical Theology

    New Studies in Biblical Theology

    by Samuel Emadi
    Series edited by D. A. Carson

    How should we understand the significance of the story of Joseph within redemptive history? This NSBT volume from Samuel Emadi offers a comprehensive canonical treatment of the Joseph narrative, considering Genesis 37–50 in its own literary and theological context and culminating in the New Testament's portrayal of Jesus as an antitypical, new and final Joseph.

  • Kierkegaard and the Changelessness of God

    Kierkegaard and the Changelessness of God

    A Modern Defense of Classical Immutability

    New Explorations in Theology

    by Craig A. Hefner
    Foreword by Daniel J. Treier

    Living what he perceived to be a culturally lukewarm Christianity, Søren Kierkegaard was often critical of his contemporary church. This volume explores his reading of Scripture and theology to argue not only that he was a modern defender of the doctrine of divine immutability, but that his theology can be a surprising resource today.

  • The Magna Carta of Humanity

    The Magna Carta of Humanity

    Sinai's Revolutionary Faith and the Future of Freedom

    by Os Guinness

    What kind of revolution brings true freedom to both society and the human soul? Cultural observer Os Guinness contrasts the secular French Revolution with the faith-led revolution of ancient Israel. Arguing that the story of Exodus is the richest vision for freedom in human history, his exploration charts the path to the future for America.

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