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Interpreting the Gospels and Acts


Dig deeper into the formative narratives of the church. . . . David L. Turner. Interpreting the Gospels and Acts: An Exegetical Handbook. 368p., $36.99, Kregel Academic. In this final volume of the Handbooks for New Testament Exegesis series, David … Continue reading

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Understanding Bible Translation


Ever wonder what it takes to get a Bible translated into another language for the first time? Wonder no more . . . or wonder at the amount of work it requires. . . . William D. Barrick. Understanding Bible … Continue reading

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40 Questions About Calvinism


Everything you wanted to have foreknowledge of but was afraid to ask. . . . 🙂 Shawn D. Wright. 40 Questions About Calvinism. $24.99, 320p., Kregel Academic. In 40 Questions About Calvinism, church historian Shawn Wright tackles many issues about … Continue reading

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Trinity without Hierarchy


A defense of the equality of the Trinity. . . . Michael F. Bird & Scott Harrower, eds. Trinity without Hierarchy: Reclaiming Nicene Orthodoxy in Evangelical Theology. 352p., $25.99, Kregel Academic. In response to those complementarian theologians who assert that the … Continue reading

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And Then There Was One


The title (and subtitle) says it all. . . . but more from the author if you’re not convinced. . . . Mary Echols. And Then There Was One: An Emotionally Raw Journey through Spousal Grief. 118p., $13.99, Deep River … Continue reading

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A Commentary on Romans


Not only that, but an applicational one. . . . John D. Harvey. A Commentary on Romans. 400p., $29.99, Kregel Academic. This volume in the Kregel Exegetical Library combines up-to-date scholarship and concrete application to serve as an ideal guide … Continue reading

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The Limitations of Theological Truth


God has no limits, but man has plenty of them, and nowhere is this clearer than in the world of theology. . . . Nigel Brush. The Limitations of Theological Truth: Why Christians Have the Same Bible but Different Theologies. … Continue reading

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