Previously published as The Indelible Image, Ben Witherington offers a two-volume comprehensive overview of the theological and ethical thought world of the New Testament, examining New Testament writers both individually and collectively.
John Goldingay's Old Testament Theology is not only a scholarly contribution to the ongoing quest of understanding the theological dimensions of the First Testament. Preachers and teachers will prize it as a smart, informed and engaging companion as they read and re-present the First Testament story to postmodern pilgrims on the way.
What does it mean for Christians to pursue wisdom ? The Questions in Christian Philosophy Series features introductory textbooks that offer students a Christian perspective on the various branches of philosophy, enabling them as they seek to understand all facets of life including existence, knowledge, ethics, art, and more.
Spectrum Multiview Books from IVP Academic offer a range of viewpoints on academic topics about which Christians clearly disagree. The unique format, pioneered by IVP in 1977 with the publication of The Meaning of the Millennium, gives proponents of major positions an opportunity to make their case. Each of the other contributors then offers a brief response. Books in the series range in topic from theology to science, from practical ministry to philosophy. Spectrum books help Christians think more carefully about what they believe and appreciate more the perspectives of others.
Strategic Initiatives in Evangelical Theology is a series of seminal works of scholarship meant to ignite discussion around emerging, current or controversial subjects in the evangelical community and in the academy at large.
Studies in Christian Doctrine and Scripture, edited by Daniel J. Treier and Kevin J. Vanhoozer, promotes evangelical contributions to systematic theology, seeking fresh understanding of Christian doctrine through creatively faithful engagement with Scripture in dialogue with church.
Enabling Christians to reflect more deeply upon the relationship between their faith and humanity's artistic expressions, the Studies in Theology and the Arts (STA) series draws on the insights of both academic theologians and artistic practitioners to encourage thoughtful engagement with and critical discernment of the full variety of artistic media.
There are some historical or biblical issues that are inherently controversial—which is why they remain issues of debate. The books in the Lost World Series follow the pattern set by Bible scholar John H. Walton as they bring a fresh, close reading of the Hebrew text to an accessible discussion of the topic at hand.
For over forty years, the New Bible Commentary and the New Bible Dictionary have set the standard for works of their kind. Now bundled together are the most updated editions, with the finest scholars of our day bringing us sixty-six detailed commentaries and over 2,000 definitions from the entire Bible.
Since 1992, the Wheaton Theology Conference has enabled Christian wisdom and reflection to be heard on a range of issues relevant to both current theological scholarship and the contemporary church. A co-sponsor of the event, InterVarsity Press has published edited volumes based on the conference lectures, collected in this series.