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- James Clarke & Co 2014; US$ 40.50
The apostle Paul affirms in several places that there is only one God. Yet in the same letters Paul also gives praise to the Lord Jesus Christ, often using language similar to his descriptions of God. How can this self-avowed Hebrew of Hebrews reconcile these ideas? This book explores the strongest one-God statements in Paul's undisputed letters... more...
- The Lutterworth Press 2014; US$ 30.00
This book is a hermeneutical project in the churchs wider efforts of trying to understand the technological mediascape of the twenty-first century. The purpose is not to offer a how-to guidebook to help churches incorporate communications technology into their worship and witness. Byers provides something more foundational, the beginnings of... more...
- The Lutterworth Press 2014; US$ 38.00
In the course of 30 years dedicated study, John N. Oswalt has written a number of articles in journals and chapters in books on the book of Isaiah as a whole, or some aspect of it. These materials have here been collected in a single volume and arranged in something of a descending order, that is from more general treatments of the book as a whole... more...
- James Clarke & Co 2014; US$ 50.00
Tamar, Rahab, Ruth, "she of Uriah" and Mary all initially occupy places on the margins and consequently represent both those who are outsiders to Israel and those on the margins within Israel. The inclusion of these women in Matthew's gospel serves to signal the importance of those on the margins in the ministry of the Messiah and to... more...
- James Clarke & Co 2014; US$ 43.00
In his work 'Deliverance of God' Douglas Campbell presents what Chris Tilling considers a "complete rereading of Pauls letters that genuinely offers a way beyond problems associated with old and new perspectives. And his resultant picture of Pauls theology generally, and the Apostles soteriology particularly, is beautiful,... more...
- James Clarke & Co 2014; US$ 26.00
The idea of God the Father has attracted scholarly attention for centuries, especially in terms of the revelation of Gods fatherhood through the Son. 'The Father Who Redeems and the Son Who Obeys' balances the Christological perspective on Gods nature with the image of God the Father that has its roots in the Old Testament, and... more...
- James Clarke & Co 2014; US$ 36.00
Many missions to the Jewish people, such as Jews for Jesus, use Romans 1:16 as a proof text to encourage the evangelisation of the Jewish people as a priority: "to the Jew first, and then to the Greek" (Jewish Missional Priority). Is this interpretation of the text legitimate? After considering when this priority first appeared, the author... more...
- James Clarke & Co 2014; US$ 33.00
While all churches recognize the need for organization, they are far from agreed about the form that the organization should take. More fundamentally, they do not even agree about the way of deciding. Debates over church organization involve a complex of questions. What role do members play in the government of the church? What are the offices of the... more...
- The Lutterworth Press 2014; US$ 33.00
George MacDonald, the Victorian poet and theologian, observed that his was a culture saturated with Christian jargon but often void of a profound understanding of the gospel for its own time and culture. The language of Scripture no longer penetrated peoples hearts, thoughts, and attitudes; it no longer transformed peoples lives. MacDonald,... more...