Based largely on the works of Dr. Norman Geisler, this collection adds The Apologetics Study Bible to the 8-volume Geisler collection. Geisler has authored or coauthored some 70 books and hundreds of articles in addition to teaching theology, philosophy, and apologetics on the college or graduate level for 50 years.
George Eldon Ladd's A Theology of the New Testament has been required reading for thousands of seminary students since its publication in 1974. Today, the enhanced and updated edition, edited by Donald A Hagner, is a comprehensive, standard evangelical text that features augmented bibliographies and two completely new chapters on subjects that Ladd...
In this informative and easy-reading guide, David Dewey introduces the principles and issues involved in the task of Bible translation, traces the story of the Bible in English and offers an even-handed survey and evaluation of the different translation versions now available.
Dr. Kaiser covers the value of preaching from particular Old Testament strengths such as narrative texts in which the richness of overall structure, rhetorical style, scene, plot, point of view, characterization, setting, dialog and key words are critical to engaging teaching and inspirational preaching.
Bible college instructors and seminary professors routinely include H.I. Hester’s Heart of Hebrew History and Heart of the New Testament on required reading lists for first and second year students. Why? Because the material is that timeless and to-the-point in helping students acquire a solid biblical foundation on which to build.
Bold and uncompromising, A History of Israel presents current archeological evidence that confronts scholarly works characterizing the history of ancient Israel as an “invention” designed to exclude or refute the biblical accounts. A History of Israel is a conservative, evangelically-grounded resource on which you can confidently rely to...
This collection combines the foundational works of Hodge and the next generation's Berkhof. Included are their Systematic Theologies, Commentaries (Hodge) and Introduction to the New Testament and Summary of Christian Doctrine (Berkhof).
Preaching the Parables has been described as on-the-job training for pastors and seminary students who desire to avoid clichés and moralisms in preaching parable-based sermons. By using 15 of his own sermon examples, distinguished professor Craig Blomberg demonstrates how the structure of a parable is key to its interpretation and thus to its exposition.
The Open Your Bible Commentary is an all-in-one guide to the Bible that is both a comprehensive reference book and an exciting companion, Open Your Bible has sold 30,000 copies worldwide and comes with an impressive list of commendations.