The first volume of "2,000 Years of Christ's Power" looks at 1st Century AD to the start of the Middle Ages. This book covers the works of Saint Augustine of Hippo to the first written apologetics.
The second volume of "2,000 Years of Christ's Power" looks at the Middle Ages, dubbed the ‘Dark Ages’ almost before they had begun to draw to a close. Learn about this time of hardship and oppression, full of popes and crusades.
The third volume of "2,000 Years of Christ's Power" covers the Renaissance--the reaction against the attitude of the Middle Ages. The Reformation was the divisive argument that grew out of it.
The fourth volume of "2,000 Years of Christ’s Power" looks at the 16th--18th century as a time from which English Protestantism, Scottish Presbyterianism, and French Catholicism, were birthed and refined.
Learn how the Old and New Testaments fit together, and the overall story of the Bible as God's plan for salvation.
The book of Acts ends at chapter 28. Learn how its characters lived on.
Believers are encouraged not to avoid the book of Revelation when it comes to the study of God's Word. God has assured us that the end of the age should be something believers will look forward to.
Gain some fresh insight into what the Bible says about defending the Christian faith. The sufficiency of Scripture can be applied in daily conversations.
In this abridged version of Calvin's "Institutes of the Christian Religion." Calvin states that "we have no wisdom, righteousness, power or truth except from Him."
Every Christian can know the doctrines of the faith. It shows us who God is and how we should live. If you are a student of John MacArthur's writings, you will enjoy "Biblical Doctrine."
John Piper examines the prospect of a pastor having a shepherd mentality rather than a professional mentality.
In our post-modern world, many debate the presence of absolute truth. As we have shifted culturally to accept relativism, a direct challenge to Christianity must be answered.
Learn the biblical worldview on difficult current day ethical issues. Wayne Grudem looks at wealth. poverty, business ethics, environmental issues and many other issues.
Scripture teaches us about Christ's millenial reign on earth. Learn about the differences between Israel (a people and a nation) and where the New Testament church fits into all of this.
You'll find this Christian theology book to be written in plain and precisie language. This book covers almost 100 reformed Christian beliefs.
By reading "Continuity and Discontinuity", you'll learn about theological systems, hermeneutics, salvation, the law of God, the people of God and kingdom promises.
It is time to return to the heart of the Protestant Reformation when it comes to shaping our faith, centered on God and His Word. The Reformation "solas" (grace, faith, Scripture) are the key foundation of Christianity today.
"Darwin's Black Box" helped introduce the Intelligent Design movemement. The world exhibits evidence of design, and that's only the beginning of the errors in Darwinian randomness.
Both Christian and secular professors enjoy this book for its honest and well-though out premise that the theory of evolution and creation can be connected.
Christians can be confused about the role of the Holy Spirit. Learn the key scriptural elements about the Holy Spirit, and think about the implications for your faith.
Scripture still speaks to the ethical issues of our time. Ethical crises such as abortion, capital punishment and genetic engineering are analyzed in "Ethics for a Brave New World."
Evidence for the Bible, Jesus, the Old Testament and truth are topics covered from the Bible's most difficult passages. Don't avoid the tough questions you may have about the Bible.
The book of Exodus reveals God’s mercy, justice, holiness, and faithfulness despite the persistent unfaithfulness of his people.
Use this commentary to explore every prayer of the Bible. "Exposition on Prayer" also includes an introduction and background information for every book of the Bible.
Learn what Jesus taught his disciples the night before his crucifixion. The exposition of John 14-17 explains Jesus' message after the Last Supper.
These five points of John Calvin, known in the acronym "Tulip" are outlined in detail in this classic book. (Total depravity, unconditional election, limited atonement, irresistible grace, and preservation of the saints.)
"From Eden to the New Jerusalem" works from the book of Revelation backwards to get to the Bible's overarching plot and God's plan of salvation.
Learn about 12 key figures from the early church. You'll recognize these spiritual ancestors of the faith.
"The Greatness of the Kingdom" examines the Old and New Testaments position on the kingdom of God.
Learn answers to the tough questions posed to you as a Christian. You'll get the Bible's answers to false assumptions or misconceptions people have today.
"Historical Theology" looks at the historical development of theology one element at a time, in chronological order (A great companion book to Wayne Grudem's "Systematic Theology".)
Read the testimonies of 50 men and women in the fields of science who are convicted and convinced to believe in the literal six-day creation.
To state that the Word of God is inerrant means that the Bible is completely true and without error. Learn why people are denying the whole truthfulness of God's Word today.
Learn about the authorship date, sources, and purpose of the New Testament. History meets theology in this review of the overall canon of Scripture.
Look at difficult Old Testament passages and topics where God is misunderstood in His commitment to truth, justice, and righteousness.
Baker's Exegitical Commentary of John is a readable study, beneficial to students, pastors, and scholars.
John Piper uses Romans 9 to explain the doctrine of election. God's righteousness and sovereignty is integral to our faith, and cannot be dismissed.
"The King in His Beauty" reviews three biblical themes: God as Lord, human beings as those who are made in God's image, and the land or place in which God's rule is exercised.
Discover how Bible transaltion actually works as theologians defend modern translations of the Bible against those who say the King James version is the only true Bible.
"Kingdom of Priests" provides a solid introduction to Old Testament Israel. The history of ancient Israel gathers its information from the Bible and literary and archeological sources of the area.
Learn how belief systems may masquerade as mainstream Christianity. False religions are a part of our culture. Learn how to defend Christ in the midst of bad information.
Celebrate all that God has created. "The Liberated Imagination" is an exploration of the arts as it applies to Christian life.
Baker's Exegitical Commentary of Luke is a readable study, beneficial to students, pastors, and scholars.
This is a classic work by John Owen. One of the most learned and active Puritans in 17th century Europe, he was very accomplished in doctrine and practical theology.
This book explains the theological defenses at from the councils of Nicaea and Constantinople from the 4th century.
As sanctification is identified with growth and holiness, learn from the New Testament how it is much more than the middle step between justification and glorification in a Christian's faith walk.
James White refuted Norman Geisler's argument against Calvinism. You will learn what the Reformed point of view of faith teaches about election and how these thoughts conform to the gospel.
The big picture of salvation history is explained chronologically rather than canonically and illustrates the flow from the Old Testament to the New Testament.
Read about the feminism movement and its impact on society, the home and the church, as gender roles are questioned today. Discover passages of Scripture to define gender-based role differences.
Re-examine your daily activities in light of the scripture passages on work and rest. Great doctrinal and practical insights.
The 19th century experienced challenges to biblical authority. The theological leaders of that time upheld the standard of biblical authority.
The Christian faith rests firmly and finally on the Bible. Similar to the time of the Reformers fighting the Roman Catholic Church, the modern day church needs to return to the Bible as its sole guide for life and faith.
"The Scripture Cannot Be Broken" is a defense of the inerancy of Scripture. John MacArthur has compiled essays by respected 20th century Christian leaders to help churches stand alongside our spiritual forefathers.
Jesus wants us to know the signs of the times, to remain watchful and be ready for Him to return again. Study the Olivet Discourse to learn how to live expectantly until He comes again.
While Jesus' ministry time was short here on earth, this book analyzes the life and work of Jesus Christ.
Divine judgement and predestinatiaon are disputed between Jonathan Edwards and George MacDonald in this challenging book.
Declaring the principle of Sola Scriptura--the Bible is the inspired word of God and the church's only rule of faith and practice--this book calls the modern day church to return to this key doctrine.
Todd Miles demonstrates how ancient heresies are wrapped up in contemporary superheroes. These comic creations cannot save us from our greatest foes—sin and death.
Learn biblical teaching on central doctrines to Christianity. "Systematic Theology" is clearly written for any level of Bible scholar, and can be used for daily Bible study.
"Thousands not Billions" is a summary by the Institute for Creation Research and a team of scientists. Their goal was to explore the age of the earth from a biblical perspective, and provide a challenge to Darwinian evolution.
Become more like Christ by focusing on Him. Lundgaard borrows from the teaching of John Owen in this important portrayal of the glory of Christ.
Gain insight from this exegetical research to faithfully preach and teach the word of God. This book is thoroughly indexed and is a valuable reference tool.
Learn the theology of the Old and New Testaments and understand what happened historically between the testaments. Historical Greco-Roman and specific Jewish references provide historical context to Scripture.
An informative introduction to the Reformation that shows us the movement’s characters (Martin Luther, Ulrich Zwingli, John Calvin, The Puritans, etc.), and examines their ideas. See the relevance of Reformation thinking for today.
What is Biblical Theology? looks at the narrative of the entire Bible. It began at creation, encompasses our lives today, and will continue until Christ’s return and beyond.
Look at over 800 questions critics raise about the Bible. Topical, scriptural and unorthodox indeces help you find your area of interest. This resource provides critical commentary on the whole Bible.
Leland Ryken assesses theological, ethical and hermeneutical issues when it comes to translating the literal language of the Bible into English.
Examine the three and a half years of ministry of Jesus, set within the cultural, political and religious context of the time He lived in. His words and miracles are chronologically illustrated and analyzed.