Designed as a companion to the study of apologetics and philosophy of religion, this pocket dictionary by C. Stephen Evans offers 300 entries covering terms, apologists, philosophers, movements, apologetic arguments and theologies.
Arthur G. Patzia and Anthony J. Petrotta offer clear, concise definitions of more than 300 terms related to biblical studies.
This convenient reference work by Nathan Feldmeth offers brief, up-to-date definitions of the terms, events, movements and figures of church history.
Stanley J. Grenz and Jay T. Smith define more than 300 terms related to Christian ethics, including ideas, issues, positions, thinkers, schools and specialties.
The Pocket Dictionary of the Reformed Tradition offers brief and accurate definitions of approximately three hundred key people, movements and ideas that make up the Reformed tradition. Beginners will find here a friendly guide through the thicket of terms and ideas encountered in Reformed theology and history.
The perfect companion to theological studies, this dictionary provides three hundred-plus definitions, including both English and foreign terms. Learn biblical vocabulary with this must-have for every theological reader.
Winfried Corduan offers brief, basic descriptions of twelve of the world's major religions. He also includes shorter descriptions of sixteen newer religions, and an overview of tribal and traditional religions.
From Roman persecution to the early creeds, from the monastic movement to the Reformation, from the rise of liberalism to missionary expansion, Jeffrey Bingham chronicles the ups and downs of a people and a faith.
Based on Roger Olson's widely acclaimed The Story of Christian Theology,this concise and informative guide surveys events, teachings and challenges to the Christian faith from the second to the twenty-first centuries.
For many, the Psalms are the richest part of the Old Testament. Derek Kidner provides a fresh and penetrating guide to Psalms 1—72. He analyzes each psalm in depth, comments on interpretative questions and brings out the universal relevance of the texts. Formerly part of the Tyndale Old Testament Commentaries series, this introduction and commentary will inspire and deepen personal worship.
This volume provides a diversity of Reformation-era commentary on the text of Psalms 1-72, much of which appears here for the first time in English. Edited by Herman Selderhuis, this volume in the Reformation Commentary on Scripture series offers rich material for the theological and pastoral retrieval of Reformation exegesis.
The Reformation Commentary Series (RCS) will be a multivolume work that presents comments by historic figures on the entirety of the Bible, chapter by chapter. The unique contribution of the RCS will be its presentation of Protestant Reformation reflections on Scripture, thereby introducing its readers to the depth and richness of exegetical ferment that defined the Reformation.
Editor William C. Weinrich presents commentary on the book of Revelation drawn from the writings of the church fathers from the first through the eighth centuries.
In this volume of the Reformation Commentary on Scripture, Philip Krey and Peter Krey offer a diversity of Reformation-era biblical commentary on Romans 9–16. Drawing upon Lutheran, Reformed, Anglican, Radical, and Roman Catholic resources, they reveal the breadth and depth of early modern biblical exegesis for the renewal of the church today.
L. Daniel Hawk undertakes a detailed narrative analysis of Ruth that goes beyond the description of its content and stylistic features to illumine its deep structure and use of metaphor. Informed by contemporary studies on ethnicity, he discovers a work of remarkable sophistication that employs a story of intermarriage to address opposing ideas of Israelite identity.
Companions to the Bible Speaks Today commentaries, the volumes of the Bible Speaks Today Bible Themes Series highlight the message of key biblical texts in support of various facets of Christian belief. Rooted in Christian heritage and conversant with contemporary culture, this series provides a rich resource for preaching, teaching and spiritual growth.
This complete series of Old and New Testament commentaries edited by J.A. Motyer and the late John R. W. Stott is characterized by a threefold ideal: to expound the biblical text with accuracy, to relate biblical teaching to contemporary life and to be readable. The BST is perfect for Sunday school teachers, small group leaders, students and individual Bible readers.
This complete series of New Testament commentaries edited by J.A. Motyer and the late John R. W. Stott is characterized by a threefold ideal: to expound the biblical text with accuracy, to relate biblical teaching to contemporary life and to be readable. The BST is perfect for Sunday school teachers, small group leaders, students and individual Bible readers.
This unique commentary provides historical, social and cultural background for each passage of the Old Testament. From Genesis through Malachi, this single volume gathers and condenses an abundance of specialized knowledge, and includes a glossary, maps and charts, and expanded explanations of significant background issues.
Unique among reference books on the Bible, this series of Old and New Testament dictionaries presents the fruit of evangelical biblical scholarship--committed to the authority of Scripture, utilizing the best of critical methods and maintaining dialog with contemporary research and challenges facing the church.
Pastors with a passion for sound exposition and scholars with a heart for pastoral leadership have joined forces to produce this exciting commentary series, now in paper and with all new covers! Each volume, informed by the best of up-to-date evangelical scholarship, presents passage-by-passage commentary based on the NIV along with background information on authorship, setting, theme and various interpretive issues.
Informative, clear, brief and affordable, the books included in this series will become your constant companion as you tackle the study of biblical languages, church history, apologetics, contemporary religions, ethics, theology, and more!
David Wilkinson traces the theme of creation through the rich tapestry of Scripture and brings it into lively conversation with contemporary concerns.
In this engaging commentary on Exodus, J. A. Motyer explores the character of God through his covenant promises and persistent faithfulness to the people of Israel.
This commentary by Robert Fyall parallels of the challenges Israel faced to those of today's church and demonstrates the relevance of the books of Ezra and Haggai for God's people in all times. With passage-by-passage exposition of the biblical text, this resource will be helpful for pastors, teachers and anyone who wants to dive deeper into these seldom-discussed Old Testament books.