The design, construction, and format of the ESV Bible Atlas is stunning. It is made with a sturdy hardback cover, with a spine allowing pages to lay flat without detaching, and lastly with hundreds of beautifully displayed maps. The atlas' commentary, also outstanding, leads readers through the historical, modern, and scientific geography of the biblical world.
Highly anticipated and years in the making, The Eerdmans Bible Companion is sure to become a definitive single-volume companion for at least a generation. Written by leading scholars Robert Hubbard (OT) and Gordon Fee (NT), it is a one-stop volume for essential Bible knowledge from an Evangelical perspective. Available 8/11.
The Cambridge Dictionary of Christianity is a comprehensive reference guide that enables students, their teachers, and Christian clergy to reflect critically upon all aspects of Christianity from its origins to the present day.
Written by a team of 800 scholars and practitioners from around the world whose lives are dedicated to the church.
Augustine may be the most thoroughly studied figure in history. For approximately 1700 years he has been read, written about, studied, and determinative theologian for the Christian faith. This volume, provides an exhaustive presentation of all things Augustine--and of those who study and emulate him.
Short, precise, informative that why the Oxford A Very Short Introduction series was written. Here, Luke Timothy Johnson opens up the New Testament and its historical, social, and textual history while also noting its seminal importance in Christianity. To-date there are fourteen titles in the series.
Sciences and religion appear to approach the world from two irreconcilable standpoints, but must it be thus? The Cambridge Companion to Science and Religion offers insightful discussion on the most pressing points of tension between the two fields from all sides and covering issues such as origins, physics, psychology, and more.