Most skeptics have serious questions about the existence and nature of God, the truth about Christ’s birth, life and resurrection, and whether or not the Bible can be believed as the true Word of God. Norman
Geisler and Ronald Brooks guide you through not only the answers but thought processes involved in answering the questions that skeptics ask.
Extensive, up-to-date information on the entire Bible, including informative introductions, verse-by-verse commentary, and a wealth of historical and theological background information. By Dr. Harold Willmington.
Twice (1 Samuel 13:14 and Acts 13:22) God declared that he found David to be ‘a man after my own heart.’ David wrote that ‘the Lord confides in those who fear him’ (Psalm 25:14). To see that God still used David in spite of the depth of his sin indicates how much God valued and values right relationship with him.
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.
In the last few years much has happened in connection with the Dead Sea Scrolls. International controversy has erupted over the lack of access to the unpublished scrolls, while a renewed effort has been made to finish the large task of editing the remaining texts from the fourth cave—the richest repository of writings—in which 15,000...
Nathan Bangs was a self-educated theologian who served as the president of Wesleyan University, was a preacher in Canada, and founded the Methodist Missionary Society. He was well suited to chronicle the history of the Methodist Episcopal Church from 1766 to 1840.
Written from a Jewish Christian perspective, the author gives the reader valuable insights into the Israelite history and way of life, all the while linking it to the plan of salvation. By Alfred Edersheim.