• First Theology

    First Theology

    God, Scripture Hermeneutics

    by Kevin J. Vanhoozer

    Blazing a pathway for recovering the unity of biblical studies and theological reflection, Kevin J. Vanhoozer addresses the challenges presented by the contemporary so-called postmodern situation, especially deconstructionism.

  • Evangelicals & Scripture

    Evangelicals & Scripture

    Tradition, Authority and Hermeneutics

    Wheaton Theology Conference Series

    Edited by Vincent E. Bacote, Laura Miguelez Quay, and Dennis L. Okholm

    Vincent Bacote, Laura C. Miguélez and Dennis L. Okholm present twelve essays that explore in depth the meaning of an evangelical doctrine of Scripture that takes seriously both the human and divine dimensions of the Bible.

  • Words of Life

    Words of Life

    Scripture as the Living and Active Word of God

    by Timothy Ward

    Timothy Ward offers an excellent, lucid exposition of the nature and function of Scripture, expressed in a form appropriate for the tweny-first century, grounded in the relevant scholarship, and standing firmily in line with the best of the theological traditions.

  • The Divine Authenticity of Scripture

    The Divine Authenticity of Scripture

    Retrieving an Evangelical Heritage

    by A. T. B. McGowan

    Andrew McGowan examines the evangelical understanding of the nature and use of Scripture. McGowan emphasizes the work of the Holy Spirit in relation to Scripture, and argues that we should speak of "spiration" rather than inspiration of Scripture.

  • A Clear and Present Word

    A Clear and Present Word

    The Clarity of Scripture

    New Studies in Biblical Theology

    by Mark D. Thompson
    Series Editor D. A. Carson

    A lack of confidence in the clarity or perspicuity of Scripture is apparent in Western Christianity. In this New Studies in Biblical Theology volume, Mark Thompson restates the doctrine of the clarity of Scripture. He surveys past and present objections, engages with contemporary hermeneutical challenges, and expounds the living God as the Guarantor of his accessible, written Word.

  • The Lost World of Scripture

    The Lost World of Scripture

    Ancient Literary Culture and Biblical Authority

    The Lost World Series

    by John H. Walton and Brent Sandy

    Walton and Sandy summarize what we know of orality and oral tradition as well as the composition and transmission of texts in the ancient Near East and the Greco-Roman world, and how this shapes our understanding of the Old and New Testaments. The authors then translate these insights into a helpful model for understanding the reliability of Scripture.

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