Greg Gilbert offers advice on knotty questions every pastors, young or old, has to think about.
The gospel is big enough that we can keep coming at it and seeing really beautiful things.
Managing to avoid the sensationalism that so often infuses end times discussion, Schnabel examines the relevant biblical texts and offers thoughtful responses to common questions.
Greg Forster seeks to expose common counterfeits and demonstrate that "real Calvinism is all about joy."
In some domains it's now wrong (supreme irony) to say that anyone is wrong.
Andreas Köstenberger gives a sense of what method and spiritual posture the interpreter should have when approaching the Bible.
G. K. Beale seeks to write a biblical theology that is up to date with the latest research while maintaining a desire to glorify God.
Revelation deserves further study, consideration, and attention.
Biblical theology seeks to understand the dynamic unity of the Bible while, at the same time, taking full account of its rich diversity.
Our understanding of God’s work of redemption is too small if we simply restrict it to personal salvation. But Edwards would urge that it is not individualistic to believe that individuals must be saved.
Whatever our vocational calling, our workplaces are opportunities to fulfill the Great Commission but also the Great Commandment.
By God's grace, we have an abundance of literature exploring and rediscovering the gospel. This book seeks to exult in the good news.
God and his love must be a spiritual reality in your life if you are going to be able to love your spouse steadily over the long haul.
The Reformers turned the world upside down by returning afresh to Scripture.
Tony Reinke saw the need for a book that is theological and would also encourage struggling readers with practical suggestions.
Phil Ryken: 'Jesus is greater in his superior wisdom, which is infinite in its knowledge of the truth. Jesus is greater in his vast wealth; as the Lord of heaven and earth, he owns everything. Jesus is greater in the extent of his kingdom, which spans the entire universe.'
Lately evangelicals have been thinking hard about evolution, the historic Adam, and how the rest of the Bible and humanity relates to him.
God's character is fundamental to understanding humanity, because we are under God's control and authority, we live in his presence, and we are made in his image.