The Theological Journal Collection will add an incredible new depth up-to-date content from two of the most highly-regarded sources of conservative, evangelical thought – Dallas Theological Seminary and Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Biblesoft's Classic New Testament Studies is a definitive 31-volume collection that captures the viewpoints and commentary of the most important theological movements and opposing arguments of the late eighteenth through early twentieth centuries.
Old Testament Theology and his Old Testament Survey – Second Edition, are remarkably insightful and time-tested Old Testament works that will help you get a firm grip on the events and theology of the Old Testament.
This essential collection brings together Dr. Sproul's teaching on the major tenets of theology as they touch on everyday faith and the issues that test faith. Beginning with the Crucial Questions Series, a thorough introduction to matters critical to Christian life, there are six additional titles and a commentary on the book of John.
Expositions of Holy Scripture by Alexander MacLaren is collection of over 1,500 expository sermons, covering 48 Old and New Testament Bible books, arranged as a commentary. Alexancer MacLaren was called "the prince of expository preachers," a title he earned through his famous sermons during his lifetime as a minister and author.
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.
After and intensive study of David’s life, R.T. Kendall shares 64 episodes that illustrate David’s passion for God and willingness to do everything God wanted him to do. If you desire to draw closer to God’s heart, you will find this work of more than 500 pages to be full of inspiring and relationship-strengthening insights.
Written at a very accessible level, it includes just enough information on background, dates, authorship, audience, purposes and literary genre to be interesting, but not overwhelming...making this a great resource for teaching. By Craig L. Blomberg