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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
In this insightful and accessible commentary, Nicholas Perrin examines Luke's Gospel section-by-section, exploring the context in which it was written, providing astute commentary, and then unpacking its theology. Part of the Tyndale New Testament series, this commentary offers thorough understanding of Luke's content and structure, as well as its continued relevance for today.
In 1943 the BBC broadcast a series of radio dramas by Dorothy L. Sayers on the life and ministry of Jesus which would go on to become her most beloved works. In this new annotated edition, scholar Kathryn Wehr brings fresh insights to the plays, their background, Sayers's creative process, and the ongoing significance of the life of Christ today.
How has our understanding of cultural and historical context shaped our views on atonement? Combining missiology, theology, and biblical studies, theologian Jackson W. draws from the entire biblical canon to help Christians interpret Scripture more faithfully and form a richer, more robust theology of atonement.
What does "gospel-centered" worship look like for today's church? Scholar, worship leader, and songwriter Zac Hicks contends that this idea can be found in Thomas Cranmer's theology of worship, which was shaped by the Protestant principle of justification by faith alone and reflected in his 1552 edition of the Book of Common Prayer.
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