edited by Justin S. Holcomb and Glenn Lucke
Page Count: 240
Summary: This volume in honor of Richard L. Pratt Jr. broadly covers his lifelong themes of biblical studies, theological studies, hermeneutics, the kingdom of God, ministry training, missions, evangelism, and biblical education for the world.
Michael Briggs • Stephen W. Brown • David M. Correa • William Edgar • John M. Frame • Justin S. Holcomb • Reggie M. Kidd • Jongho Kim • Glenn Lucke • Gregory R. Perry • Scott Redd • Monica Taffinder • Simon Vibert • Bruce K. Waltke
Page Count: 304
Summary: When the church downplays the gospel, it breeds its own assassins: moralists who yawn at the notion of free grace in Christ alone and rebels who can’t get out of pharisaical churches fast enough. Sounding the alarm, Douglas Bond celebrates the amazing, effective power of grace while showing us how to identify destructive “law-creep” in our churches and lives.
by Sarah Ivill
Page Count: 336
Summary: In its tales of gore, rebellion, sexual escapades, and fleeting victory, Judges is one of the books of the Bible in which we most see our need for a Savior and in which God’s grace shines most brightly. Meanwhile, the book of Ruth beautifully reminds us that God has not forgotten his promises to Abraham. His plan of redemption is displayed in this book through the lives of hurting women who cling to his covenantal lovingkindness.
Page Count: 832
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Summary: Readers will only understand a book’s final chapter if they have understood all that came before it. Likewise, “in order to understand biblical eschatology,” writes Keith Mathison, “we must understand the entire Bible.”
From Age to Age looks not only at the fulfillment of God’s purposes at the end of history, but also at the stages along the way. The millennium and second coming of Christ are eschatologically important—but Christ’s first coming was the beginning of the end. Deftly working through each book of the Bible, Mathison traces God’s preparations throughout redemptive history, which have laid everything in place for the last day.
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