By John Thomas
By John Thomas
By T. J. Wray
By Darrell L. Bock,Benjamin I. Simpson
By Pheme Perkins
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By Dr. Daniel L Akin,Jonathan Akin
Rather than a verse-by-verse strategy, the authors have crafted chapters that designate and observe key passages of their assigned Bible books. Readers will learn how to see Christ in all points of Scripture, and they'll be inspired through the devotional nature of every exposition.
Projected individuals to the sequence contain extraordinary authors equivalent to Russell D. Moore, Al Mohler, Matt Chandler, Francis Chan, Mark Dever, and others.
By Sharon H. Ringe,Frederick Tiffany
By Gary P. Baumler,Northwestern Publishing House
In this People's Bible remark, the apostle John, refers to himself because the disciple "whom Jesus loved." John used to be one of many internal circle of disciples, including Peter and James. As he documents the ministry of Jesus, the apostle provides many insights now not recorded via the opposite gospels. John is a straightforward and transparent assertion of God's grace in Christ, written in order that readers may well think and feature existence in Jesus, God's Son.
By Alice L. Laffey
By Delio DelRio,Bruce D. Chilton
“DelRio is [of] a brand new iteration of Pauline students pushing the bounds of Jewish and Pauline reports. DelRio explores Paul’s synagogue adventure throughout the window of the Targumim. . . . The dialog is clean. The exegetical vistas are promising. He has a brand new and interesting thesis on obedience of religion in Rom 1:5. A hugely steered must-read.”
—Gerald L. Stevens, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary
“[T]his monograph isn't just a pleasing and entire dialogue of its subject, yet an unique contribution to studying. DelRio has crafted a real thesis, and on the maximum point of acumen. Its prose, common sense, and presentation give a contribution cogently to the knowledge of Paul and to the tools through which the hot testomony can be concerning its Aramaic and Targumic environments.”
—From the Foreword via Bruce D. Chilton
Delio DelRio serves as educating pastor before everything Baptist Lutz of Tampa, Florida, and as adjunct professor of latest testomony for brand new Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.
By Herman Hanko
How needs to those pilgrims (and how needs to we), torn among this global and the subsequent, stroll in the entire relationships of this existence? Peter’s solutions this question in his letter which serves as a pilgrim’s manual.
Believers will discover a Pilgrim’s handbook to be packed with guideline, convenience, and desire as they wend their means towards their everlasting home.