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In this grab bag, we have 5 e-books on Biblical studies. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.
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In this grab bag, we have 19 e-books. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.
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In this grab bag, we have 7 e-books that were written by John Stott and published by Intervarsity Press. The prices that the publisher has provided are under each book cover.
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In this grab bag, we have 35 e-books from The Preacher’s Commentary Series. The prices that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover. This sale is scheduled to be valid through March 31st.[table “4742” not found /]
Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books
Price: $2.99 (Nov 30-Dec 1)
Romans is one of the best-known books in the Bible and likely the most famous letter in history, as it is the apostle Paul’s most systematic presentation of the gospel of Christ. In this expository commentary, J. V. Fesko considers this panoramic view of the breadth, height, and depth of divine grace. Fesko helps us understand both the big picture of Paul’s letters and also key passages in his writings by paying careful attention to the structure of redemptive history. Be edified as you read this survey of Romans, observing the consistent way the apostle exalted the glory of God as he called for the obedience of faith.
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: 31 Days with the Master Fisherman: A Daily Devotional on Bringing Christ to Others by Larry R. Moyer vs. Praying With Purpose: A 28-day Journey to an Empowered Prayer Life by Stephen Nelson Rummage
New Leaf: Hell is for Real: Why it Matters by Gary Frazier vs. The Fall of Satan by Bodie Hodge
Intervarsity Press: The Good and Beautiful Community: Following the Spirit, Extending Grace, Demonstrating Love by James Bryan Smith vs. Authentic Church: True Spirituality in a Culture of Counterfeits by Vaughan Roberts
Christian Focus: Multiplying Churches: Exploring God’s Mission Strategy by Steve Timmis vs. In Christ: In Him Together for the World (Porterbrook) by Steve Timmis & Christopher de la Hoyde
Moody Publishers: Culture: Living as Citizens of Heaven on Earth–Collected Insights from A.W. Tozer vs. Jesus: The Life and Ministry of God the Son–Collected Insights from A. W. Tozer
Reformation Heritage: Romans (The Lectio Continua) by J. V. Fesko vs. Ephesians (The Lectio Continua) by Ian Hamilton
A helpfully concise commentary on Paul’s letter to the early Christians in Rome, which the Apostle wrote just a few years before the outbreak of Nero’s persecution. Keener examines each paragraph for its function in the letter as a whole, helping the reader follow Paul’s argument. Where relevant, he draws on his vast work in ancient Jewish and Greco-Roman sources in order to help modern readers understand the message of Romans according to the way the first audience would have heard it. Throughout, Keener focuses on major points that are especially critical for the contemporary study of Paul’s most influential and complex New Testament letter.
“By grounding his exposition of Romans in the world of the first century, yet keeping his eye on the needs and concerns of the contemporary world, Keener offers here a rare commodity: a lucid commentary that is simultaneously conversant with the latest biblical scholarship and pastorally sensitive.”
–John T. Fitzgerald
University of Miami, USA and North-West University, South Africa
“Craig Keener has written a marvelous commentary that will prove to be a valuable tool for ministers, students, and scholars alike. By insightfully introducing and contextualizing, as well providing excurses that guide the reader from ancient to modern times, Keener has done with excellence what a commentary should do.”
Martin Luther University, Halle-Wittenberg