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Authentic Faith: Bonhoeffer's Theological Ethics in ContextHeinz Eduard TodtSave 93%
Since Heinz Eduard Todt's death in 1991, much effort has been put forth to comprehensively publish his important theological works. This volume collects a number of Todt's writings rising out of his decades-long study of Bonhoeffer. With that study comes an appreciation of and respect for Bonhoeffer, clearly seen in these pages.
One of the twentieth century's best theological ethicists, Todt said that the further he went, the closer he got to Bonhoeffer. In Authentic Faith, he shows an understanding of Bonhoeffer's spirit that makes this book a must for the shelves of any Bonhoeffer scholar and all students of social and theological ethics.
Systematic Theology: An Introduction to Biblical DoctrineWayne Grudem5 Stars Out Of 5 101 ReviewsSave 50%
Wayne Grudem's Systematic Theology is now available in paperback. The Christian church has a long tradition of systematic theology, that is, studying theology and doctrine organized around fairly standard categories such as the Word of God, redemption, and Jesus Christ.
The Cost of Discipleship compels the reader to face himself and God in any situation. Bonhoeffer speaks of "Cheap Grace": preaching forgiveness without requiring repentance, baptism without church discipline, communion without confession. "Cheap Grace" is grace without discipleship. "Costly Grace" is the gospel which must be sought again and again, the gift which must be asked for, the door at which a man must knock. "It's costly because it costs a man his life, and it is grace because it gives a man the only true life."
Designed as a companion to the second edition of Mounce's Basics of Biblical Greek Grammar, this workbook features a new track for learning verbs; and up to six sections in each chapter. Includes extensive exercises, biblical passages to translate, and free use of online tools and resources. 205 pages, softcover from Zondervan.
The reception of Eric Metaxas' Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, and Spy met with unparalleled, resounding, and unexpected success among the Christian community and beyond in 2010. Yet, the book has caused a great deal of controversy among scholars, academics, and others who follow Bonhoeffer closely. This was not unexpected as Bonhoeffer was specifically intended to be a critique of those who understood Bonhoeffer to be "liberal" in his theological leaning as both evangelical scholars and non-evangelical scholars argued he was.
Metaxas' book challenges this assumption by telling Bonhoeffer's story so as to demonstrate his theological orthodoxy. This fact, which undergirds so much of what Metaxas is trying to accomplish--namely--reclaim Bonhoeffer, has proved controversial in many people's minds.
This book traces the development of the stories about the most famous traitor in the history of Western civilization. Its purpose is not to find the Judas of history but rather to provide readers with a map or family tree that shows the genetic similarities and connections between generations of Judas's story. Judas has been portrayed as an effete intellectual, a jealous lover, a greedy scoundrel, a misguided patriot, a doomed hero, a man destroyed by despair, or God's special, misunderstood messenger and agent. Judas means as many different things to us as does Jesus or God. The enigma of Judas's story in the Gospels left later literature and legend with a creative challenge they richly answered, and which is presented here: to write the real story of the worst villain of all time.
If there's anything you want to know about life in first-century Jerusalem, you'll find it in Jeremias's classic study. Delving into economic and social conditions during New Testament times, he discusses industries, commerce, foreign influences, economic classes, social status, and more. His list of sources includes talmudic and Qumranic material, Josephus, Philo, and archaeological information. 405 pages, hardcover.
Joshua: Two Horizons Old Testament Commentary [THOTC]Gordon McConville, Stephen WilliamsSave 91%
In Joshua in the Two Horizons Theological Commentary Series Gordon McConville and Stephen Williams interpret the book of Joshua in relation to Christian theology, providing exegetical commentary and reflection on an often-troubling book that nonetheless plays a key role in the biblical drama of salvation.
McConville and Williams address significant theological themes in Joshua, such as land, covenant, law, miracle, judgment (including the problem of genocide), and idolatry. They posit that the theological topics engaged in Joshua are not limited to the horizons of the author and first readers of the book, but that Joshua is part of a much larger testimony that concerns readers yet today.
Formerly published as a four-volume set by Eerdmans, CBD now brings Barnhouse's classic commentary Romans back to life in this handsome two-volume set.
Using his own translation, Barnhouse provides a comprehensive exegetical treatment of Paul's letter to the Romans that is renowned for its depth of insight, yet highly accessible to all readers. Though a respected scholar, Barnhouse spent most of his career as a dedicated pastor and was praised widely for his unusual ability to make the biblical message clear and practical.
In Romans Barnhouse uses Paul's famous epistle as a jumping-off point for a detailed exposition of core biblical doctrines. He proceeds phrase-by-phrase through the text and long the way each passage is examined in its immediate context and then related to broader biblical teaching. This allows Barnhouse to faithfully adhere to the Reformation maxim that Scripture interprets Scripture, and that it is perspicuous (clear) in its teaching, infallible, and authoritative Thus, his focus on Romans becomes an exposition on the doctrines of the entire Bible.
The Westminster Handbook to Theologies of the ReformationR. Ward HolderSave 87%
The Westminster Handbook to Theologies of the Reformation provides a unique, and accurate, and easily grasped entry into the main terms and issues that made this period so important theologically. A variety of Reformation experts succinctly summarize the ideas that led to such explosive changes throughout Europe and the New World.
No other volume provides such an easy entry into the key concepts that motivated the main streams of the Protestant Reformation- Lutheran, Reformed, and Anabaptist.
The Interlinear Hebrew-Greek-English Bible, One-Volume EditionJay P. Green4 Stars Out Of 5 264 ReviewsSave 57%
This is the only complete interlinear Bible available in English and is also on one convenient volume. This interlinear is keyed to Strong's Exhaustive Concordance. Interlinears are a time-saving tool for you to research the subtle nuances and layers of meaning within the original biblical languages and this one features the complete Hebrew and Greek texts with a direct English rendering below each word, and it also includes The Literal Translation of the Bible in the outside column.
John Calvin's reading of the Old Testament was a departure from that of many of his contemporaries. He rejected much of the traditional Christian exegesis of the Old Testament that attempted to to explain it in terms of the New Testament revelation of Christ. He also rejected much of the traditional Jewish exegesis of the Old Testament that favored a more so-called historical approach to the writings. Instead he offered a middle way to interpret the Old Testament scripture with respect to both traditions. David Puckett examines this often-neglected area of study of John Calvin's exegetical reasoning in this comprehensive and fascinating analysis.
Authors Raymond Westbrook and Bruce Wells examine Old Testament legal materials that illustrate how ancient Israelites settled their grievances. This textbook is unique in exploring these legal materials as they relate to everyday life, addressing issues of family, property, contracts, and crimes. Westbrook and Wells explain these elements of Israelite life and law in the context of other laws from throughout the ancient Near East, providing readers with a broad understanding of their legal and social foundations.
The Church's Guide for Reading Paul: The Canonical Shaping of the Pauline CorpusBrevard S. ChildsSave 93%
The dean of canonical criticism turns his scholarly gaze uponthe most influential and prolific of New Testament writers, the apostle Paul. Childs shows why our entire understanding of Christianity has been shaped by the way Paul's letters as a whole were eventually grouped from Romans to the Pastoral Epistles.
This updated edition of Bruce Shelley's classic text Church History in Plain Language includes new developments within the church and its 20th Century missionary programs, discusses the impact of emerging technologies on the gospel, and explores the explosive growth of Christianity in the third world. But it also covers everything that came before--from Jesus to the martyrs, the martyrs to Augustine, and on down to the Reformation and, of course, the present day.
This wide-ranging historical survey provides an indespensable resource for those interested in exploring, teaching, or studying English spirituality. This is the second of two stand-alone volumes that trace the history from Roman times until the year 2000. Contained in both are the main Christian traditions and a vast range of writers and spiritual themes, from Anglo-Saxon poems to the late modern feminist spirituality. These two volumes present the astonishing richness and variety of responses made by English Christians to the call of the divine during the past thousand years.
The Gospel of Thomas: Original Text with CommentaryDr. Uwe-Karsten PlischSave 96%
Considered the most significant find among the Gnostic writings found near Nag Hammadi, the Gospel of Thomas offers further insight into the logia of Jesus. Features the complete Coptic text of each saying accompanied by Greek fragments and retranslations, parallel texts from the canonical Gospels, an English translation, and extensive commentary.
Young's classic 3-volume commentary engages in a line-by-line exegesis of the Book of Isaiah, setting interpretation firmly in the context of Isaiah's archaeological, cultural, and intellectual background. Young's conclusions are theologically conservative, and though he believes Isaiah to be a unified, single-author book, he respectfully interacts with opposing views.
The magnum opus of one of America's most prominent theologians offers an in-depth exploration of theology, anthropology, soteriology, and eschatology. This monumental work, now a standard for theological students, was written while Hodge served as a professor at Princeton, where he permanently influenced American Christianity as a teacher, preacher, and exegete. Includes a comprehensive index. Three hardcovers, from Hendrickson.
New Westminster Dictionary of Church History, Volume One: The Early, Medieval, and Reformation ErasEdited by Robert Benedetto5 Stars Out Of 5 1 ReviewsSave 92%
Jerald Brauer's original Westminster Dictionary of Church History ably served an entire generation of pastors, students, and scholars. Commissioned to maintain the tradition of up-to-date definitions and explanations, this edition incorporates the latest findings concerning major personalities, events, facts, and movements. Featuring nearly 1,400 authoritative articles from more than 200 contributors, it covers the early, medieval, and Reformation periods. 768 pages, hardcover from Westminster John Knox.