The New Testament Collection offers three highly-regarded titles to help you get the most out of the New Testament, and extend the depth and effectiveness of your preaching and teaching.
The titles included are:
Preaching the Parables: From Responsible Interpretation to Powerful Proclamation By Craig L. Blomberg
Preaching the Parables is a follow-up to Interpreting the Parables in which Dr. Blomberg demonstrates how powerful sermons emerge from the way Jesus masterfully used the imagery of parables to drive home vital lessons about the nature and character of God, and what it means to follow in authentic discipleship.
New Testament Theology: A New Survey of the Thematic Structure of the New Testament By James Julius Scott
Books on New Testament theology are usually organized along the lines of either an analytical or a thematic approach. Julius Scott's work is unique in that he carefully unfolds seven themes in the New Testament that are crucial to understanding it as a whole.
A Theology for the Church Edited by Daniel A. Akin
Covering both the Old and New Testaments, A Theology for the Church is an exploration of how eight doctrines, commonly covered in systematic theologies, have special application to and impact on today's church and its mission.
A unique systematic theology by multiple authors which serves as a guide to the major headings of theology that will help pastors and laypeople both learn sound doctrine and see the importance, the relevance, of that doctrine.