Greek, Hebrew, and Southern

Requested by Tim Edwards For almost a century, Gesenius’ Hebrew Grammar has proven to be one of the most comprehensive works on Hebrew, covering all aspects of the language, including historical background, pronunciation, etymology, syntax, and sentence structure. Generally recognized as the most useful and authoritative reference grammar for Biblical Hebrew, the text includes indices…

Theology Things

New stuff! Requested by Joshua Appel The church’s development and use of sacraments has evolved in many ways from the days of the early church to the present. This sourcebook provides key theological texts that played a role in those movements. Johnson traces the history and theology of individual sacraments along with their liturgical context…

Lewis and Dante

New stuff! Requested by Doug Wilson “Where God gives the gift, the ‘foolishness of preaching’ is still mighty. But best of all is a team of two: one to deliver the preliminary intellectual barrage, and the other to follow up with a direct attack on the heart.”_ An inveterate scholar, throughout his lifetime C.S. Lewis…

Augustine, Edwards, and Flannery

New stuff! Requested by Tim Edwards Throughout church history, the book of Psalms has enjoyed wider use and acclaim than almost any other book of the Bible. Early Christians extolled it for its fullness of Christian doctrine, monks memorized and recited it daily, lay people have prayed its words as their own, and churches have…

Historical and Other Stuff

New books are in! Requested by David Erb Even fallen humans compose beautiful symphonies, music that touches emotions as nothing else can. Resounding Truth shows Christians how to uncover the Gospel message found in the many melodies that surround us. Theologian and musician Jeremy Begbie believes our divinely inspired imagination reveals opportunity for sincere, heartfelt…

Lots of Baptism

Requested by Joshua Appel This meticulously researched book recounts how the early sixteenth-century Reformers, steering a course between the old Latin rites on the one hand and the Anabaptist movement on the other, developed a baptismal service that they understood to be reformed according to Scripture. Hughes Oliphant Old’s study shows the Reformed baptismal rite…

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New Swag

Term officially approved by Chris Schlect and George Grant. Requested by Joshua Appel In this book, Phillip Cary argues that Augustine invented the concept of the self as a private inner space-a space into which one can enter and in which one can find God. Although it has often been suggested that Augustine in some…