EVANGELICAL FEMINISM: A NEW PATH TO LIBERALISM? by Wayne Grudem

Does evangelical feminism or egalitarianism naturally lead to theological liberalism? You may like to think not, but after reading Wayne Grudem – who surveys the kinds of ways evangelical feminists must treat the Bible – you may have to change…

THE NEXT TO LAST WORD: SERVICE, HOPE, AND REVIVAL IN THE POSTEXILIC PROPHETS, by Michael Barrett

It’s safe to say that Christians are not generally very familiar with the “Minor Prophets” of the Old Testament. It’s also fairly safe to guess that of the Minor Prophets the “Postexilic Prophets” are less familiar still. Can you even…

CHINA’S REFORMING CHURCHES: MISSION, POLITY, AND MINISTRY IN THE NEXT GENERATION, ed. Bruce Baugus

No one, even fifty years ago, would have dreamed of referring to China as “the next Christendom.” But the work of God in the advance of the gospel in that country over the past few decades is nothing short of…

ADVANCES IN THE STUDY OF GREEK: NEW INSIGHTS FOR READING THE NEW TESTAMENT, by Constantine R. Campbell

Advances in the Study of Greek offers an introduction to issues of interest in the current world of Greek scholarship. Those within Greek scholarship will welcome this book as a tool that puts students, pastors, professors, and commentators firmly in…

GOD’S DESIGN FOR MAN AND WOMAN: A BIBLICAL-THEOLOGICAL SURVEY, by Andreas and Margaret Kostenberger

If you missed our recent interview with Andreas and Margaret Köstenberger, please take the time to catch up. Their God’s Design for Man and Woman is nothing if not timely, and it is biblically informed throughout. Here are 10 quotes…

Arriving next week! The NIV ZONDERVAN STUDY BIBLE, D.A. Carson (ed)

The long-anticipated NIV Zondervan Study Bible is scheduled to make it to the shelves finally next week! You may have missed our previous post, but you'll want to view  these videos to learn about this new and wonderfully unique study…

BUILDING ON THE FOUNDATIONS OF EVANGELICAL THEOLOGY: ESSAYS IN HONOR OF JOHN S. FEINBERG, eds. Gregg R. Allison and Stephen J. Wellum

Few families have left their mark on theological studies as has the Feinberg family – father Charles and sons Paul and John – and this collection of essays in honor of John Feinberg (PhD, University of Chicago), long time professor…

BIBLICAL PORTRAITS OF CREATION: CELEBRATING THE MAKER OF HEAVEN AND EARTH, by Walter Kaiser Jr. and Dorington Little

If you are preparing to preach or teach on the always fascinating subject of creation, or if you want simply to study the Bible’s teaching on the subject on your own, you’ll find Kaiser and Little to be helpful guides.…

URBAN LEGENDS OF THE NEW TESTAMENT: 40 COMMON MISCONCEPTIONS, by David A. Croteau

I’ll admit it if you will: we don’t always understand the Bible correctly. And the really frightening thing is that, by the nature of the case, it happens more than we realize. David Croteau (PhD, SEBTS; Professor of New Testament…

Concluding Excerpt from CHANCE AND THE SOVEREIGNTY OF GOD: A GOD-CENTERED APPROACH TO PROBABILITY AND RANDOM EVENTS, by Vern Poythress

The following is an excerpt from Vern Poythress’s Chance and the Sovereignty of God: A God- Centered Approach to Probability and Random Events, reprinted here with the kind permission of Crossway. CHAPTER 28 CONCLUSION Regularities and unpredictable events go together.…

GOSPEL OF GLORY: MAJOR THEMES IN JOHANNINE THEOLOGY, by Richard Bauckham

The distinctiveness of John’s Gospel has been recognized by Christians since the beginning, and its various emphases and theological themes have been eagerly explored. In his new Gospel of Glory noted New Testament scholar Richard Bauckham (senior scholar at Ridley…

IN CHRIST: IN HIM TOGETHER FOR THE WORLD, by Steve Timmis and Christopher de la Hoyde

Our generation is learning afresh the rich significance of the doctrine of union with Christ. Our union with Christ through faith by the Spirit is the hub of every saving blessing. Our regeneration, adoption, justification, sanctification, preservation, perseverance, resurrection, glorification…

GOD’S LOVE COMPELS US: TAKING THE GOSPEL TO THE WORLD, eds. D. A. Carson and Kathleen Nielson

Table of Contents Preface        D. A. Carson 1  The Biblical Basis for Missions       Treasure in Jars of Clay (2 Corinthians 4:1–12)      D. A. Carson 2  Why the Great Commission Is Great      Reaching More and More…

HOW SHOULD WE DEVELOP BIBLICAL FRIENDSHIP? By Joel Beeke and Michael Haykin

Contemporary life is crowded, and we probably do not consider friendship as seriously as we ought or value it as highly as it deserves. It was important enough for men such as Plato and Aristotle to address it in depth,…

Weekly Recap — August 1, 2015

Greetings from Books At a Glance! Our summary for the week was on the problem of good (that’s right, not the problem of evil). We have a storehouse of other great resources in case you missed them, including a big…

Colossians Greek Reading Videos on Sale 50% Off

We highlighted before a great Greek resource from Exegetical Tools, their Colossians Greek Reading Videos. You can find a full description of them here, but essentially they walk you through translating the entire book of Colossians in videos that cover…

DESIGNED FOR JOY: HOW THE GOSPEL IMPACTS MEN AND WOMEN, IDENTITY AND PRACTICE, eds. Jonathan Parnell and Owen Strachan

As our culture rushes away from its traditional – not to mention Christian – moorings with regard to all things gender-related it becomes increasingly important for us to have a clear understanding of God’s intentions in creating humanity male and…

FOR THE LEAST OF THESE: A BIBLICAL ANSWER TO POVERTY, ed. Anne Bradley and Arthur Lindsley

About the Authors Dr. Anne Rathbone Bradley is the Vice President of Economic Initiatives at the Institute for Faith, Work & Economics (IFWE), where she develops and commissions research toward a systematic biblical theology of economic freedom. Rev. Dr. Art Lindsley is…