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King James Only Controversy (Revised)
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Modern Bible translations still come under attack from the King James Only camp. In this revision of a book continually in print for more than ten years, James R. White traces the development of Bible translations old and new, investigating the differences between versions like the NIV, NASB, and NKJV and the Authorized Version of 1611. Written with the layperson in mind, The King James Only Controversy leads the reader through the basic issues of the debate and into the more complex issues of textual criticism. Enlightening reading for all Christians.
Apologetics Of Jesus
Apologetics books abound, but how did Jesus defend the faith? The Apologetics of Jesus presents the Savior at his convincing best. The most tentative Christian–or belligerent skeptic–will find meaty arguments for the godhead of Christ through his parables, prophecies, and more. This hard-hitting resource shows how Christ led the curious to commitment.
In this original book, readers will find a new way of looking at the message and miracles of Christ and will be revived by the example of Christ’s caring approach to dealing with doubters. Recommended for both laypeople and ministry leaders alike.
Truth War : Fighting For Certainty In An Age Of Deception
Best-selling author John MacArthur reclaims the unwavering certainty of God’s Truth and anchors Christians in God’s eternal Word. Right now, Truth is under attack, and much is at stake. Christians are caught in the crossfire of alternative Christian histories, emerging faulty texts, and a cultural surge to eliminate absolute Truth altogether. As a result, many churches and Christians have been deceived. Worse still, they propagate the deception that poses itself as Truth! In The Truth War, John MacArthur reclaims the unwavering certainty of God’s Truth and anchors Christians in God’s eternal Word.
Repent And Believe
The Puritans believed in the reality of devil and in his deadly antagonism to the souls of men. To keep us in our lost and condemned state he employs two devices against us: he persuades us that repentance is easy and believing in Christ is impossible. Brooks masterfully uncovers Satan’s devices and skilfully prescribes the Bible’s remedies against them.
We Become What We Worship
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The heart of the Biblical understanding of idolatry, argues Gregory Beale, is that we become like what we worship. Employing Isaiah 6 as his interpretive lens, Beale demonstrates that this understanding of idolatry permeates the whole canon, from Genesis to Revelation.
When God Goes To Starbucks (Reprinted)
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More than ever, Christians are bombarded with tough faith questions from their pluralistic friends and neighbors. Many of these emerge as anti-truth claims and slogans we are all familiar with:
*Why not just look out for yourself?
*Do what you want-just as long as you don’t hurt anyone
*Miracles violate the laws of nature
*Aren’t people born gay?
Paul Copan has been answering questions like these for many years. In When God Goes to Starbucks, he offers readers solid and caring Christian responses to these and many other concerns that are being discussed in Starbucks, shopping malls, youth groups, and schools. Each chapter provides succinct answers and points for countering the cultural questions believers are faced with today.
Heaven : A World Of Love
According to Jonathan Edwards, heaven will be a world of holy love, God himself is the source of this love and in heaven he will impart it perfectly to all his people. Edwards unfolds the nature, expression, effects and enjoyment of this best of all the gifts God ever bestows on those who believe.
Father Son And Spirit
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Introduction: John’s Gospel And The Church’s Doctrine Of The Trinity
Part I: Historical Context
Part II: Biblical Foundations
Part III: Theological Reflections
Index Of Authors
Index Of Scripture References
Index Of Ancient Sources
From the patristic period until today, John’s Gospel has served as a major source for the church’s knowledge, doctrine and worship of the triune God. Among all New Testament documents the Fourth Gospel provides not only the most raw material for the doctrine of the Trinity, but also the most highly developed patterns of reflection on this material-particularly patterns that seek to account in some way for the distinct personhood and divinity of Father, Son and Spirit without compromising the unity of God.
While there have been recent, fine studies on aspects of John’s doctrine of God, it is surprising that none summarizes and synthasizes what John has to say about God as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. In order to fill this gap, Kostenberger and Swain offer a fresh examination of John’s trinitarian vision in this New Studies in Biblical Theology volume.
Part One situates John’s trinitarian teaching within the context of Second Temple Jewish monotheism. Part Two examines the Gospel narrative in order to trace the characterization of God as Father, Son and Spirit, followed by a brief synthesis. Part Three deals more fully with major trinitarian themes in the Fourth Gospel, including its account of Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, and mission. A final chapter discusses the significance of John’s Gospel for the church’s doctrine of the Trinity, and a brief conclusion summarizes some practical implications.
Addressing key issues in biblical theology, the works comprising New Studies in Biblical Theology are creative attempts to help Christians better understand their Bibles. The NSBT series is edited by D. A. Carson, aiming to simultaneously instruct and to edify, to interact with current scholarship and to point the way ahead.
New Testament Theology (Reprinted)
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Part 1: The Fulfillment Of God’s Saving Promises: The Already-Not Yet
1. The Kingdom Of God In The Synoptic Gospels
2. Eternal Life And Eschatology In John’s Theology
3. Inaugurated Eschatology Outside The Gospels
Part 2: The God Of The Promise: The Saving Work Of The Father, Son, And Spirit
4. The Centrality Of God In New Testament Theology
5. The Centrality Of Christ In The Synoptic Gospels
6. The Messiah And The Son Of Man In The Gospels
7. The Son Of God, I Am, And Logos
8. Jesus’ Saving Work In The Gospels
9. Jesus’ Saving Work In Acts
10. The Christology Of Paul
11. The Saving Work Of God And Christ According To Paul
12. The Christology Of Hebrews-Revelation
13. The Holy Spirit
Part 3: Experiencing The Promise: Believing And Obeying
14. The Problem Of Sin
15. Faith And Obedience
16. The Law And Salvation History
Part 4: The People Of The Promise And The Future Of The Promise
17. The People Of The Promise
18. The Social World Of God’s People
19. The Consummation Of God’s Promises
Appendix: Reflections On New Testament Theology
While none of the New Testament documents claims to provide a theology on its own, Thomas Schreiner suggests that certain recurring themes emerge from the study of the whole. In this volume, he traces key themes as they appear throughout the New Testament canon, exploring the emphases that emerge from a detailed reading of the texts.
Based on solid exegesis of all the key texts, Schreiner’s approach leads him to a more unified view of core New Testament teaching. He focuses particularly on two overarching themes. The first concerns the unity of redemptive history and the kingdom of God. The New Testament takes up Old Testament imagery and affirms that the kingdom has come (although it remains unfulfilled) in Jesus Christ. The second related theme concerns the goal of the kingdom–the glory of God through the work of Christ and the empowering presence of the Spirit. In the second half of the work, Schreiner takes up the question of what these themes mean for the life of the believer and the ministry of the community of faith.
Although this substantial and comprehensive volume will be of great interest to scholars, Schreiner’s first concern is to provide an accessible guide for students and pastors. He has succeeded admirably, and readers will find here a lucid exposition of the theology of the New Testament writers.
In My Place Condemned He Stood
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If ever there was a time and a need for an enthusiastic reaffirmation of the biblical doctrine of substitutionary atonement, it is now. With this foundational tenet under widespread attack, J. I. Packer and Mark Dever’s anthology plays an important role, issuing a clarion call to readers to stand firm in the truth. In My Place Condemned He Stood combines three classic articles by Packer–The Heart of the Gospel; his Tyndale Biblical Theology Lecture, What Did the Cross Achieve; and his introductory essay to John Owen’s The Death of Death in the Death of Christ–with Dever’s recent article, Nothing but the Blood. It also features a foreword by the four principals of Together for the Gospel: Dever, Ligon Duncan, C. J. Mahaney, and Al Mohler. Thoughtful readers who are looking for a compact classic on this increasingly controversial doctrine need look no farther than this penetrating volume.
Know What You Believe (Revised)
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What does the Christian faith teach about God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit? What place should the Bible or a church have in my life? With these and other core questions, bestselling author Paul E. Little leads you into greater appreciation of a God who has done great things to bring you into a relationship with him through Jesus Christ.
Faith Comes By Hearing
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Robert Peterson and Christopher Morgan edit essays that seek to refute inclusivism (i.e., that some who do not know Jesus but repent of their sin and respond to God in faith will be saved by the work of Christ) and set forth a rationale for the view that only those who hear the Gospel and believe in Jesus Christ will be saved.
Biblical Critique Of Infant Baptism
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This book looks at the various arguments for infant baptism and critiques them through the use of biblical exegesis. Though gracious in its tone, it does come to the conclusion that infant baptism is not found in the Scriptures. It provides an excellent defense of believer’s baptism. It is clear, precise and well documented.