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Author(s): John D. Meade & Peter J. Gurry
Publisher: Crossway Books
Price: $2.99       (Apr 17-18)
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Answers to Common Questions about the Writing, Copying, Canonizing, and Translating of the Bible

There are many common questions and misconceptions surrounding the formation and history of the Bible: Why is the Bible composed of the current 66 books instead of others? Why are there so many translations? How are we to understand both the human and divine elements of the Bible? In Scribes and Scripture, scholars John D. Meade and Peter J. Gurry answer these questions and give readers tools to interpret the evidence about God’s word.

Beginning with the history of the Bible—from the invention of the alphabet to the most recent English translations—the book focuses on three main areas: the writing and copying of the Bible, the canonization of the Bible, and the translation of the Bible. Using Old and New Testament scholarship, Meade and Gurry help God’s people better appreciate the story of the Bible as a way to better appreciate the stories in the Bible.

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Author(s): David Mathis
Publisher: Crossway Books
Price: $2.99       (Apr 10-11)
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David Mathis Examines the Qualifications and Calling of Church Leaders for a New Generation of Congregants and Leaders

We live in an age increasingly cynical about leadership—some of it for good reason, much of it simply the mood of our times. Still, the risen Christ continues the counter-cultural work he’s done for two millennia: he appoints leaders in his church—not as a burden, but as a gift to his people. “He gave . . . the shepherds and teachers, to equip the saints for the work of ministry” (Ephesians 4:11–12).

What is the nature, calling, and work of local church leadership? Pastor and seminary professor David Mathis considers the elder qualifications in 1 Timothy 3 and Titus 1 not only as prerequisites but as daily necessities to carry out joyfully. This accessible guide aims to serve current and aspiring pastors and elders, as well as church members who want to know the expectations for their leaders and how to pray for them. From the words of Christ to Peter and Paul and Hebrews, the New Testament casts a vision for church leaders that is good news to churches and leaders alike: joyful workers for the joy of their people.

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Author(s): Andrew David Naselli
Publisher: Crossway Books
Price: $2.99       (Apr 3-4)
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A Concise, Verse-by-Verse Commentary on the Book of Romans, Perfect for Individual or Group Study

Martin Luther called the book of Romans the “chief part of the New Testament” and “the purest gospel.” The apostle Paul’s letter to the Romans has had arguably the largest influence on believers throughout church history. Paul systematically and formally articulates the gospel of Jesus Christ—the righteousness God gives to sinful humans through faith.

Scholar and author Andrew David Naselli traces Paul’s argument for the gospel throughout this concise and accessible guide to the book of Romans. Designed to be read alongside the epistle itself, Naselli provides accessible, standalone commentary unpacking the text verse by verse. This ebook dives into the key themes of righteousness, peace, and God’s promises, accompanied by reflection questions on interpretation and application—perfect for individual or group study.

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Author(s): Benjamin L. Merkle
Publisher: Crossway Books
Price: $2.99       (Mar 27-28)
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Join New Testament Scholar Benjamin Merkle as He Explores the Major Themes of the Book of Ephesians

Paul wrote Ephesians as instruction and encouragement for the church in Ephesus, and it has continued to influence the church for centuries. This New Testament book specifically focuses on the believer’s union with Christ and our inability to stand before God without the work of Jesus Christ and the Spirit, both of which are still essential today.

In this addition to the New Testament Theology series, scholar Benjamin Merkle offers an accessible summary of the theology of Ephesians that highlights God’s work in salvation and how Christians should respond. Each chapter focuses on a key theological theme—the plan of God, union with Christ, walking according to the Spirit, unity of the church, and spiritual warfare in the present age—and why it is relevant for the church today.

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Author(s): Mitchell L. Chase
Publisher: Crossway Books
Price: $2.99       (Mar 20-21)
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A Biblical Theology of Resurrection Hope from Genesis to Revelation

Death is a powerful and sobering reality. While everyone must face death, it is not the end for those united with Christ. Followers of Jesus Christ have resurrection hope—the proclamation that Christ has defeated death and the promise that believers shall share in his victory. The resurrection is essential to the Christian faith and is rooted in the faithfulness of God.

With scholarly insight, Mitchell L. Chase traces the theme of resurrection hope throughout Scripture, walking through each section of Scripture from the Law to Revelation. Having a proper understanding of death and resurrection will not only stir up our soberness for the reality of sin and death, but it will also motivate our praise to God.

Founded on Scripture: Highlights the interconnectedness of the Bible
For Learners: Ideal for students or anyone looking to grow in their knowledge of God and the Scriptures
Part of the Short Studies in Biblical Theology Series: Other volumes include The New Creation and the Storyline of Scripture, The Lord’s Supper as the Sign and Meal of the New Covenant, and The Kingdom of God and the Glory of the Cross

 


Author(s): Steven M. Bryan
Publisher: Crossway Books
Price: $2.99       (Mar 13-14)
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Understanding God’s Design for Cultural Diversity

Humanity’s diverse nationalities, ethnicities, and races were intended to be a blessing from God. However, due to sin and rebellion, these differences often result in alienation, hatred, and even violence, becoming one of the most urgent problems facing the world. Cultural divisions are unfortunately common in the church, too. How can Christians embrace God’s purposes for diversity and experience renewal and unity as his people?

Steven Bryan presents a biblical framework for thinking about cultural identity and experiencing cultural diversity as a positive good that God intended. Writing from more than 20 years of experience in cross-cultural mission work in Ethiopia, Bryan examines historical and political aspects of nationality, ethnicity, and race. This practical examination of cultural ideologies—including multiculturalism, nationalism, and intersectionality—helps readers move from asking, Who am I? to Who are we? as God’s people.

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Author(s): Martyn Lloyd-Jones
Publisher: Crossway Books
Price: $2.99       (Mar 6-7)
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Ever since his first sermon in 1925, Martyn Lloyd-Jones consistently emphasized the significance of Christ’s sacrifice for our sake.

This new collection of sermons reveals this theme in Lloyd-Jones’ classic expository style, showing his gift for combining a warm, personal devotion to Jesus Christ with deep theological insight. His grasp of Scripture still causes the maturest believer to ponder, yet he brings a simplicity of thought to his preaching that even a child can understand and enjoy.

The Cross explains how Christ’s crucifixion works for our redemption, and why this even is the cornerstone of the Christian life.

 


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