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Invitation to Biblical Theology


Taking a tough subject and making it more easily digestible. . . . Jeremy M. Kimble and Ched Spellman. Invitation to Biblical Theology: Exploring the Shape, Storyline, and Themes of Scripture. 528p., $44.99, Kregel Academic. Invitation to Biblical Theology provides a … Continue reading

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Baptism


A primer for the primary. Read it, and then git ‘er done. . . . Larry E. Dyer. Baptism: The Believer’s First Obedience. 96p., $9.99, Kregel Ministry. Dr. Larry Dyer examines Scripture to answer not only the basic questions concerning … Continue reading

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Lay It Down: second edition


Just lettin y’all know that the second edition of Lay It Down is now available for purchase, either in paperback or Kindle, and if you haven’t already I’d be honored if you gave it a shot—because obviously I still think … Continue reading

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Lead Different


Learning to lead biblically. . . . Bruce and Verna Ratzlaff. Lead Different: Insight, Clarity, and Encouragement for Engaging the Heart of Servant Leadership. 160p., $14.99, Deep River Books. In Matthew 20:26 (NLT), Jesus said, “among you [leading] will be … Continue reading

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Obedient Nations


That part of the Great Commission we tend to gloss over. . . . Stephen M. Spaulding. Obedient Nations: What’s So Great about the Great Commission? 304p., $15.99, Deep River Books. Stephen Spaulding sees a clear line of thinking and … Continue reading

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The SABERS Cycle


A Bible study on learning to listen to God—especially leaders . . . The SABERS Cycle: A Cutting-Edge Study on Responding to God introduces new insights on responses to God that increase cutting-edge sharpness and purposeful stability in the waves of … Continue reading

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Sacred Strands


Turning mythology on its ear . . . . Lois Clymer. Sacred Strands: The Story of a Redeemer Woven through History. 144p., $14.99, Deep River Books. Christianity did not begin in Bethlehem. Likewise, the promise of a Redeemer was not … Continue reading

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A Commentary on James


And the commentaries keep on coming. 🙂 It’s James’s turn this time. . . . Aida Besancon Spencer. A Commentary on James. 352p., $26.99, Kregel Academic. This commentary sheds exegetical and theological light on the book of James for contemporary … Continue reading

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The Jesus of the Gospels


A study/entwining of the Gospels that’s both academic and understandable. . . . Andreas J. Köstenberger. The Jesus of the Gospels: An Introduction. 432p., $34.99, Kregel Academic. The Jesus of the Gospels brings together the best elements of a survey … Continue reading

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40 Questions About Islam


For those seeking to understand and reach out to Muslims. . . . Matthew Bennett. 40 Questions About Islam. 304p., $21.99, Kregel Academic. Islam is one of the most significant forces shaping the world today, but most Christians are confused … Continue reading

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