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  • Bible Knowledge Commentary New Testament

    $32.50

    The Bible Knowledge Commentary answers these and other questions about the Scriptures, discussing all the Bible verse by verse and often phrase by phrase. In addition, maps, charts, and diagrams help you grasp the meanings of the biblical text. Unlike most others this commentary is by authors from one school-Dallas Theological Seminary. The Bible Knowledge Commentary-popular in style and scholarly in content-will deepen your understanding of God’s written Word. The Bible Knowledge Commentary will be welcomed by a wide spectrum of Bible students, from the beginner, who will find it easy to understand and easy to use, to the advanced, who will find it consistently thorough and reliable. The readable style, combined with careful scholarship, make this a Bible study aid I and others will add to our most-used shelf of books.

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  • Valley Of Vision

    $13.99

    A selection of prayers and meditations in the Puritan tradition, widely valued since publication in 1975.

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  • Books Of Ezra And Nehemiah

    $30.00

    A biblical scholar well known for his expertise in ancient Near Eastern studies, expecially Ugaritic, author Fensham places Ezra and Nehemiah against the ancient Near East environment. In his introduction, Fensham discusses the original unity of the books, as well as the problems of authorship. He then treats the historical and religious background of the books, taking special note of the development of a Jewish society in postexilic times. Text and language are next, followed by a thorough bibliography. The commentary proper, based on Fensham’s own fresh translation of the biblical texts, is richly documented and displays cautious good judgement, sensible approach, willingness to consider different options, and keen insight into the religious meaning of these key Hebrew texts.

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  • D Martyn Lloyd-Jones 1

    $20.52

    To J.I. Packer, he was the greatest man I have every known. Others called him ‘a legend in his own lifetime,’. Out of lain Murray’s close relationship with this man comes an incredible life story.

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  • Read Aloud Bible Stories 1

    $11.99

    1. The Man Who Was Too Little
    2. The Man Who Couldn’t See
    3. The Boys And Girls And Jesus
    4. The Wind That Obeyed
    5. The Man Who Said, Thank You

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    PRE–SCHOOLERS and early school-age children love to be read to. They quickly develop favorites, and what better favorites can they have than stories written and illustrated just for them, with careful attention paid to the authority of Scripture. Your little listeners will come to you again and again, asking to hear these cherished Bible stories and to see the colorful illustrations.

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  • Testaments Of Love A Print On Demand Title

    $8.97

    Using the same exacting scholarship that has characterized his other books and commentaries, Leon Morris here offers a thorough and instructive analysis of love in the Bible – a topic that he believes has been neglected and misinterpreted by most biblical scholars.

    Morris is particularly concerned with eliminating the cultural and personal biases he finds in many interpretations of love in the Bible. Striving for a truly biblical interpretation, he scrupulously examines the various Hebrew and Greek forms of the word in both the Old and New Testaments, concluding that love is the basis of God’s dealing with men and that Christians ought to demonstrate more authentic biblical love within and without the Christian community.

    In the Old Testament, claims Morris, God’s loving actions are very apparent, even though the word love is seldom used. He points out that even in the prophetic books God obviously loves his people despite their frequent disobedience. And in the New Testament, the definitive expression of God’s love on the cross demonstrates that God’s love is not simply a beautiful but detached emotion – it is a love that pays a price.

    Other topics discussed by Morris include natural affection, friendship, passion, eros, and agape. Throughout the study, he refers to specific biblical passages and supplements the text with abundant footnotes that summarize and evaluate helpful additional information from scores of sources.

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  • Words And Works Of Jesus Christ

    $19.98

    The life of Jesus Christ takes on fresh clarity and meaning in this masterful work by Dwight Pentecost. The words, the miracles, and overarching message of the Messiah come alive in flowing and detailed chronology, set against the cultural, political, and religious setting of his day. You’ll gain new understanding of why Jesus came, how he operated, and what he accomplished. Above all, you’ll acquire a deeper appreciation for the love that guided his path, beginning in a manger in Bethlehem, leading through three and a half years of ministry that ended abruptly at the cross on Golgotha, and blazing forth in eternal triumph at the resurrection. Drawing liberally on the works of others who have written about Christ, such as Alfred Edersheim, J. W. Shepherd, W. Graham Scroggie, and Frederick Faraar, Dr. Pentecost reveals in his own writing a familiarity with the subject that comes from years of teaching. Yet he writes, not as one who knows all there is to know about Christ, but with the restraint of one who knows that Jesus is to be worshiped and adored as the great King, and that no book can do more than begin to tell all the wonders of his being and his love.

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  • Book Of Joshua

    $24.96

    The New International Commentary on the Old Testament is a conservative and scholarly treatment of the sciptures. This volume on Joshua by M.H. Woudstra begins with an introductory section which discusses the authorship, date, unity and theology of the book. The commentary is an in- depth analysis of the text based on linguistic and historical research. A good work for scholars.

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  • Trinitarian Controversy (Reprinted)

    $18.99

    13 Chapters

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    This volume is a collection of primary texts that illustrates the lengthy process by which the early Christians reached a coherent doctrine of God. The period under discussion, generally known as the trinitarian controversy dates from around AD 319, the preaching of Arius, to about AD 419, the completion of Augustine’s On the Trinity. The documents reveal the unfolding of the theological process in which the church was seeking to distinguish its faith from paganism and to affirm the salvific character of its message.

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  • Love Life For Every Married Couple

    $11.89

    1. A Love Affair: It Can Happen To You!
    2. Discoveries: The False And The True
    3. Does The Plan Still Work?
    4. Love: Solving The Mystery
    5. The Five Ways Of Loving
    6. How To Love Your Partner Sexually
    7. Romantic Love-The Thrill Factor
    8. The Gift Of Belonging
    9. Becoming Best Friends
    10. The Agape Way
    11. The Secret Of Staying In Love (Especially For Newlyweds)
    12. A Pattern For Lovers
    13. Prescription For A Superb Marriage
    14. Removing The Barriers
    15. How To Save Your Marriage Alone
    16. Resources For Change
    256 Pages

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    Physician Ed Wheat has helped thousands of couples improve their love lives and build happier marriages. In Love Life for Every Married Couple he’ll help you improve your marriage through sharing, touching, appreciating, and focusing healing attention on your mate.

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  • Book Of Jeremiah

    $33.28

    J.A. Thompson’s commentary on Jeremiah is one of the most thorough commentaries available for this important book. Init, he discusses issues such as Jeremiah’s role as a prophet of Israel, issues with exegesis of the book, thehistorical setting, the life of Jeremiah, and of course, the book itself. With over 600 pages of commentary, Thompson gives the reader a complete picture of Jeremiah,making this commentary a valuable resource for any Old Testament student. Although technical enough for scholars to find it stimulating, lay people should have no trouble following Thompson through Jeremiah.

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  • Inerrancy

    $17.99

    This is another in a series of books sponsored by the International Council on Biblical Inerrancy. The fourteen leading evangelical scholars who have contributed to this volume come from various denominations and have written on a wide range of topics related to the doctrine of the inerrancy of the Bible. Believing that this doctrine is an essential element of the authority of Scripture and a necessary ingredient for the health of the church of Christ, they have made a strong defense of it. This book is presented as an appeal to the church of Jesus Christ. To those churches that hold to the inerrancy of Scripture, it is a call to hold the line. To those churches that have given way to the persuasions of radical higher criticism, it is a call to return to the historic position of Christianity. Inerrnacy is shown to be a doctrine of crucial importance to the church. Among the chapter titles are these: Christ’s View of Scripture – Alleged Errors and Discrepancies in the Original Manuscripts of the Bible – Higher Criticism and Biblical Inerrancy – Legitimate Hermeneutics – The Human Authorship of Inspired Scripture – The Meaning of Inerrancy – Philosophical Presuppositions of Biblical Errancy – The View of the Bible Held by the Church – B. B. Warfield Versus G. C. Berkouwer on Scripture — Included as an appendix is the Statement of the Council. This Statement consists of three parts: a Summary Statement, Articles of Affirmation and Denial, and an Exposition. The intent of this declaration underlies all of the chapters in this significant book.

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  • Lectures To My Students (Unabridged)

    $15.99

    28 Chapters

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    One contemporary scholar and authority on Spurgeon says of this work: Next to Mr. Spurgeon’s great literary work, The Treasury of David, we consider [these] Lectures to My Students his greatest single contribution to the Christian world. There is more practical wisdom, common sense and sage advice packed within these pages than with any other book of similar size or content. This complete and unabridged edition of Spurgeon’s great work will make it possible for today’s generation to appreciate Spurgeon’s combination of discerning wit and refreshingly practical advice.

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  • Book Of Leviticus

    $27.60

    The New International Commentary on the Old Testament is a conservative and scholarly treatment of the scriptures. This volume on Leviticus by G.J. Wenham begins with an opening article which discusses the authorship, date, text, theology and structure of the book. The commentary is a scholarly analysis, focusing on the Hebrew and historical background of the book. This is a good work for scholarly study.

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  • Infant Baptism And The Covenant Of Grace A Print On Demand Title

    $16.90

    Paul Jewett, author of the creative and highly provocative book Man As Male and Female, here turns his critical attention to the practice of infant baptism. Jewett does not accept the traditional covenant argument for baptizing infants, and this book explains why he believes this argument fails.

    Infant baptism is not a subject which can be isolated. For, as Jewett would have his readers understand, one’s view on this issue is integrally related to one’s view of the sacraments in general and thereby to the whole doctrine of the church and salvation. Thus it is understandable that what appears to be a minor theological question has had such divisive effects on the church.

    A discussion of the historical source of infant baptism begins Jewett’s critique and introduces such issues as the distinction between infants and children, the silence of certain early church fathers on the subject, infant communion, and catechetical instruction.

    The second and major portion of this book examines the theological issue, focusing specifically on the covenant argument, which suggests that baptism replaces circumcision as the sign of the covenant and thereby is given to infants. This argument, Jewett claims, fails to take into account the historical character of revelation, and contains certain contradictions.

    Jewett concludes with a creative defense of believer baptism, one which is theologically responsible and which recognizes the profound truths of covenant theology.

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