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A Royal Destiny: The Reign of Man in God's Kingdom$22.00
Thurman Wisdom provides a thoroughly integrated biblical theology in A Royal Destiny. Weaving Christ, redemption, and the kingdom of God into a unifying theme, Wisdom follows the biblical drama from Genesis to Revelation. He traces the theme through the Old and New Testaments and illustrates from Abraham’s life how God prepares His servants for kingdom rule.
Beyond Suffering: Discovering the Message of Job$21.00
In Beyond Suffering, Layton Talbert uncovers the often-missed message of Job, tracing it sequentially and applying it to Christian living. Suffering becomes, rather than the theme itself, a catalyst for discussing the relationship between God and man. Does God really deserve unconditional service? Does He really care for His children? Writing for all readers but addressing the many difficult interpretational issues, Talbert brings the message of Job to life.
Christians and Alcohol: A Scriptural Case for Abstinence$11.00
Christians and Alcohol: A Scriptural Case for Abstinence by Randy Jaeggli tackles the tough question of whether Christians today should be drinking alcoholic beverages even in moderation. Through thorough examination of the clear biblical evidence from both the Old Testament and the New Testament as well of medical, historical, and spiritual factors, Dr. Jaeggli confidently affirms that total abstinence from alcohol is the scriptural choice.
Biblical truth and practical application in these New Testament commentaries.
In this Old Testament commentary, conservative scholar Peter A. Steveson explains the book of Daniel verse by verse. Daniel’s biography recounts Judah’s time in Babylon, and his visions are the foundation of Bible prophecy.
Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther$27.50
Esther, Ezra, and Nehemiah are three books of the Bible not often covered and sometimes misunderstood. However, they contain important lessons about worship, leadership, providence, and much more.
From Patmos to Paradise: A Commentary on Revelation$43.00
From Patmos to Paradise is Stewart Custer’s commentary on Revelation for personal Bible study or sermon preparation. Longtime chairman of the Division of Bible at Bob Jones University, Custer blends expertise and gentleness. Original translation and practical applications accompany his exposition.
Handling Earthly Treasure: Biblical Certainties about Money$11.00
In Handling Earthly Treasure, Alan Patterson presents a biblical view of finances. The familiar warning “The love of money is the root of all evil” is often repeated as Scripture’s definitive word about finances; but God has much more to say about money—its purpose, its pitfalls, and its proper use. Patterson shares biblical truth on issues such as giving, owning property, borrowing and lending, financial planning, profiting from a business, and responding to poverty.
In this Old Testament commentary, conservative scholar Peter A. Steveson explains Isaiah verse by verse. Isaiah’s great prophecy contains not only many well-loved passages but also many seldom-seen ones.
Management Principles for Christian Schools, 2nd ed.$26.50
Management Principles for Christian Schools by James Deuink and Brian Carruthers, veteran Christian educators, provides a biblical, practical model for Christian education. They offer insight and direction for issues such as philosophy, Christian school organization, finances, personnel, discipline, facilities and equipment, and educational materials.
Not by Chance$21.00
In Not by Chance, Layton Talbert develops the doctrine of providence and applies it to Christian living. Does a loving God really control every circumstance of life? How about sudden death or other seemingly senseless tragedies? How does providence affect human responsibility in salvation or prayer? Rich in practical relevance as well as scholarship, Not by Chance teaches believers to trust in a sovereign God.
In this Old Testament commentary, conservative scholar Peter A. Steveson explains Proverbs verse by verse. A wisdom book, Proverbs is well suited to Steveson’s straightforward expositional style.
In this Old Testament commentary, conservative scholar Peter A. Steveson explains the psalms verse by verse. The favorite book of many Christians, Psalms is both deeply loved and easily misunderstood.
Second Peter and Jude$29.50
D. Edmond Hiebert covers 2 Peter and Jude in this expositional commentary. Hiebert discusses the two epistles’ authenticity, interrelationship, and presentations of false teaching, end-time apostasy, and Christ’s Second Coming.
Set Apart: The Nature and Importance of Biblical Separation$18.95
Set Apart: The Nature and Importance of Biblical Separation lays out with clarity and brevity what separation is, how it is rooted in the Scripture, and why it is so important to a balanced Christian life. This doctrine has long been taught and practiced by many but is also widely ignored and frequently misunderstood by Christians.
Careful exposition of texts in their historical and literary contexts. This bundle includes: 1 and 2 Thessalonians Ezra, Nehemiah and Esther Daniel Psalms Proverbs Isaiah
The Climax of Biblical Prophecy$13.00
The Climax of Biblical Prophecy: A Guide to Interpreting Revelation is the next generation among eschatological resources of its kind. Dr. Brian Hand, a New Testament professor at Bob Jones University Seminary, addresses the most crucial issues that lead to differing systems of interpretation and defends the literal interpretation method, Premillennialism, and a Christ-centered focus on the book of Revelation.
The Divine Son of God: A Commentary on John$18.00
In The Divine Son of God, a commentary on the Gospel of John, Stewart Custer (PhD) directs his extensive knowledge and experience to the devotional study of this foundational New Testament book. The clarity and beauty of John’s language and the book’s emphasis on the divinity of Jesus make it an ideal introduction to the gospel. Each chapter of this commentary unfolds a new chapter of John’s Gospel, examining the people, places, events, and doctrines within.
The Glory Due His Name: What God Says About Worship$11.00
Gary Reimers provides a theology of public worship in The Glory Due His Name. Traditional, contemporary, or blended? Worship philosophy may be the most divisive issue in church leadership today. Many churches simply offer multiple styles.
The Gospel of Mark$29.50
D. Edmond Hiebert covers the Gospel of Mark in this expositional commentary. Following Mark’s overall purpose through each clause, Hiebert deals with the Greek text and Markan scholarship while remaining accessible to lay and English-only readers.
The Gospel of the King: A Commentary on Matthew$43.00
The Gospel of the King is Stewart Custer’s commentary on Matthew for personal Bible study or sermon preparation. Longtime chairman of the Division of Bible at Bob Jones University, Custer blends expertise and gentleness. Original translation and practical applications accompany his exposition.
The Law and the Christian: God's Light Within God's Limits$11.00
Ken Casillas explores whether Christians are under the law in The Law and the Christian. Reformed theology and theonomy emphasize intertestamental continuity and subjection to the law, but dispensationalism and Lutheranism emphasize discontinuity and freedom. Casillas says Christians are both under and not under the law.
The Righteousness of God: A Commentary on Romans$43.00
The Righteousness of God is Stewart Custer’s commentary on Romans for personal Bible study or sermon preparation. Longtime chairman of the Division of Bible at Bob Jones University, Custer blends expertise and gentleness. Original translation and practical applications accompany his exposition.
Upright Downtime: Making Wise Choices About Entertainment$11.00
Brian Hand provides wise counsel for entertainment choices in Upright Downtime. From sports to movies to hobbies, Americans must evaluate multiple entertainment options. Libertines insist that all entertainment is neutral or good; ascetics insist that most, if not all, is evil.
Web of Iniquity: The Entangling of Sins$11.00
Web of Iniquity: The Entangling of Sins explores seven basic sins (envy, pride, lust, greed, gluttony, wrath, and sloth) and how each one interconnects with the others. Brian Hand shares fascinating insights about why certain habitual sins seem so hard to break free from and which seemingly small sins are anything but trivial. This biblical analysis builds a foundation for overcoming sins through repentance and faith.
Witness to Christ: A Commentary on Acts$40.50
Witness to Christ is Stewart Custer’s commentary on Acts for personal Bible study or sermon preparation. Longtime chairman of the Division of Bible at Bob Jones University, Custer blends expertise and gentleness. Original translation and practical applications accompany his exposition.