A new release, covering the Books of Samuel, in this major series of guides to the books of the Old Testament, written in an accessible and anecdotal style. The series is suitable for personal or group use and the format is also appropriate for daily study.
Who better then to write about the love of Jesus than the 'disciple whom Jesus loved'? In these three letters, John is passing on the impact of the years he spent with Christ to people he loves, tenderly encouraging them to see past their failings and focus on the promise they have in Christ.
Demonstrates the intellectual and practical viability of theological interpretation of the Bible. This work recovers the classical theological commentary for the 21st century. It is intended for the clergy, as well as academics and students to provide guidance in reading the Bible under the rule of faith.
Good kings and bad kings, good faith and bad faith - these are the themes of 1 and 2 Kings, from the wise King Solomon to the consequences of his successors' folly. Using personal anecdote, a lively style, and drawing on his considerable theological knowledge, John Goldingay takes us deep into the unfolding story of the Old Testament.
These books of the Bible address Christians who have known suffering, assuring them that Christ will never abandon them. " . . . heart-warming, mind-stretching, Christ-honoring, text-illuminating, church-building exposition . . ." Liam Goligher.
The Thessalonian epistles give us relevant glimpses of the churches earliest times. When looking at the early church many contemporary questions arise such as 'What is true Gospel?' 'How do you plant a church?' These are questions that exercise our modern church just as much as the historic Thessalonian one.
WBC series delivers the best in biblical scholarship, from the leading scholars who share a commitment to Scripture as divine revelation. It emphasizes a thorough analysis of textual, linguistic, structural, and theological evidence. The result is judicious and balanced insight into the meanings of the text in the framework of biblical theology.