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Gospel e-books is working together with Christian publishers to allow you to choose what e-books you’d like to have discounted. Cast your vote below and the book with the most votes in each poll will be placed on sale soon after. If there are less than 100 total votes in a particular poll, the winning book will not be discounted.
Kregel: Philippians & Colossians (Ironside Expository Commentaries) by H. A. Ironside vs. 1 and 2 Timothy, Titus, and Philemon (Ironside Expository Commentaries) by H. A. Ironside
Intervarsity Press: Christian Ethics: Four Views (Spectrum Multiview Book Series) by Steve Wilkens vs. Evangelical Theological Method: Five Views (Spectrum Multiview Book Series) by Stanley E. Porter
Cruciform Press: Innocent Blood: Challenging the Powers of Death with the Gospel of Life by John Ensor vs. Inheritance of Tears: Trusting the Lord of Life When Death Visits the Womb by Jessalyn Hutto
Good Book Company: Luke 1-12 For You: For reading, for feeding, for leading (God’s Word for You) by Mike McKinley vs. Luke 12-24 For You: For reading, for feeding, for leading (God’s Word For You Book 14) by Mike McKinley
Crossway: Joseph and the Gospel of Many Colors: Reading an Old Story in a New Way by Voddie Baucham Jr. vs. Joseph: A Story of Love, Hate, Slavery, Power, and Forgiveness by John Lennox
Christian Focus: Gender Ideology: What Do Christians Need to Know? by Sharon James vs. Rewriting Gender?: You, Your Family, Transgenderism and the Gospel by David Martin
In this grab bag we have 4 e-books on ethics and justice from Intervarsity Press. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
William Webb confronts those often avoided biblical passages that call for the corporal punishment of children, slaves and wrongdoers. How should we understand and apply them today? Are we obligated to replicate those injunctions today? Or does the proper interpretation of them point in a different direction? Webb notes that most of the Christian church is at best inconsistent in its application of these texts. But is there a legitimate basis for these lapses? Building on the findings of his previous work, Slaves, Women and Homosexuals, Webb argues that the proper interpretation and application of these texts requires ascertaining their meaning within the ancient cultural/historical context. In recognizing the sweep of God’s redemptive purposes already evident in the Old Testament and fulfilled in the New, we remain truly biblical.