Schaff's History of the Christian Church is a modern classic whose scholarship remains valuable today. With strikingly clear prose, and with the pen of a story teller, Schaff bring the church's experience to life and in exhaustive measure. A truly fantastic reading experience.
One of the most thorough and important reference series' of all time providing hundreds of accessible articles by leading evangelical scholars, extensive cross-references, and useful bibliographies cover an exhaustive amount of information and resources. Includes 4 volumes.
Karl Barth's Church Dogmatics is, arguably, the most influential systematic theology since Calvin's Institutes. These 14 volumes, edited by G.W. Bromiley & T.F. Torrance are now available at an unprecedented price and come fixed in durable hardcovers for long life.
The creators of the NIV Application Commentary series believe that if we remain in the ancient world and don't translate the Bible into our world the task of biblical interpretation remains incomplete. Thus the NIVAC series provides both the historical and exegetical meaning of the text.
One of the most reliable Bible encyclopedias has been thoroughly revised! Backed by current archaeological research, this comprehensive edition features over 7,500 quality articles from more than 230 international scholars; plus hundreds of color and black-and-white illustrations, charts, graphs, and maps.
The definitive English-language edition of one of the church's monumental works. Here Calvin expounds his theology in its most systematic and detailed form. Features for the first time in any English edition: chapter headings; footnotes; bibliographies; Scripture, author, and subject indices; and more. Essential to any study of Calvin's theology or Reformed theology.