Biblesoft's Early Christianity Collection -- Classic Studies and Documents is a companion collection to the Classic New Testament Studies 31-volume Collection. The Early Christianity Collection is vital for the works it offers on the development of theology and biblical interpretation during the early church period by its founding fathers.
This is a 45-volume bundled product consisting of Biblesoft's Early Christianity Collection -- Classic Studies and Documents (14 volumes) and the Classic New Testament Studies 31-volume Collection.
This is a 155-volume mega collection of the works of the major leaders of the reformation including John Calvin, Martin Luther, Menno Simons, Thomas Cranmer, Thomas More, Hugh Latimer, Nicholas Ridley, John Bradford, Michael Sattler, William Penn, Caspar Schwenckfield, Jacob Bohme,Thomas Muntzer, and Hans Denck.
Following Biblesoft's release of the Reformation Classics Collection -- First Edition, here is the follow-up Second Edition Collection which completes the works of the English and Swiss Reformations with titles from John Knox, William Tyndale, Heinrich Bullinger, Ulrich Zwingli, Miles Cloverdale, John Rogers, Thomas Becon, John Hooper, John Jewell, John Fox. Also included is an eight-volume History of the Reformation. Click for a complete listing of all volumes and individual titles.
Following Biblesoft's release of the Reformation Classics Collection -- First Edition, the Reformation Classics Bundled Collection combines the 155 titles concentrating on the works from Luther, Calvin and Simmons with those of the later Swiss and English reformers. This combined 331-title collection also includes an eight-volume history of the entire Reformation.
Genesis is a book of beginnings. Biblical themes introduced in this opening book of the Bible include Godís creation, the beginning of humankind, their intimate relationship with the Creator God, fall by temptation and sin, and promise of redemption through Godís grace. In The Epic of God: A Guide to Genesis, Michael Whitworth presents a verse-by-verse conceptual journey through the stories and underlying theology of Genesis.
With deep respect for the role Genesis and its descriptions
of the origins of creation, Whitworth provides in-depth commentary that is
fast-paced and enriched with frequent references to, and writings of ancient
near eastern cultures Ė including the Code of Hammurabi.
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PLUS Ė with your purchase, receive a bonus electronic copy of the Code of Hammurabi.