All Our Minds: Why Women should study theology
Edited by Rhonda Smith
Studying theology is vital for every Christian. This book seeks to show women learning theology and living that out in their everyday lives. The more women study theology, the more capable they are to live it out in their jobs, home, church, and relationships. We want to ask what does this look like? How do we take this head knowledge and apply it to our daily lives? Why is that important to God and how does it affect every area of our lives as women?
One Lord One Faith
Matthew R. Akers
In One Lord, One Faith: Lessons on Racial Reconciliation from the New Testament Church, Matthew Akers explores the deep racial divides that threatened the early church. Believers, who learned how to celebrate their unity by applying Christ’s teachings to their lives, ultimately tore down the ethnocultural barriers that separated them. Their oneness astounded a world that had never seen this level of reconciliation. As a result of their commitment to love God and to love others, the Holy Spirit blessed their faithfulness, which convinced many that Jesus is Lord. The purpose of this book is to help twenty-first century American churches implement in their congregations the first century church’s approach to racial reconciliation.
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Ashley E. Lyon
Selah, an obscure term in the Psalter and Habakkuk, has commonly been the subject of discussion regarding its meaning and use. Many 19th century scholars have spent countless hours, and devoted many pages, to remove Selah from obscurity. Only now have we revealed a previously undiscovered clue in Selah’s use during the Second Temple period due to 20th century archaeological finds. In Reassessing Selah, Ashley E. Lyon approaches each text with a “whole picture” perspective to examine each psalm and Selah occurrence in its immediate context. Many scholars believed that Selah was simply an instruction for the musical director, but new evidence from the Dead Sea Scrolls suggests that it was a live term in the Second Temple period.
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Advance Praise for Bethlehem’s Redeemer
Dr. Matthew Y. Emerson
Professor of Religion
Director, MACS and MAIS Programs
Dean, Hobbs College of Theology and Ministry
Oklahoma Baptist University
Daniel L. Akin
Professor of Preaching & Theology
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
J.D. Greear, Ph.D.
Pastor, The Summit Church, Raleigh-Durham, NC
62nd President, Southern Baptist Convention
Author, What Are You Going to Do with Your Life?
“Jesus said of the Old Testament, “These are the very Scriptures that testify of me” (John 5:39). Daniel Palmer demonstrates how the Book of Ruth testifies of Jesus. He explains clearly how this little, beautiful Old Testament book reveals Jesus as our Kinsman Redeemer. Bethlehem’s Redeemer is an excellent resource for any pastor, Sunday school teacher or small group leader who is preaching or teaching the Book of Ruth.”
Senior Professor of Theology
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
“Daniel Palmer blesses the reader with the mind of a serious student of God’s Word, the shepherd’s heart of a pastor, and a desire to point people to Jesus. Based off the Old Testament book of Ruth, the love of God and His great redemptive plan jumps off the pages as we are gripped by this epic real life story of mercy everlasting and hope eternal. Our Redeemer Lives!”
SBC of Virginia
Why Psalm 23 Is Not About You: Reading Psalm 23 In Its Context
by Robert L. Cole
In this updated edition of Why Psalm 23 Is Not About You: Reading Psalm 23 in Its Context, Dr. Robert L. Cole reveals linguistic and thematic patterns in the Psalter that demonstrates a continuity of meaning from Psalm 1 through Psalm 24. Particular attention is given to the meaning of Psalm 23 and it’s surrounding Psalms. Fans of canonical studies and lovers of the Psalter will enjoy this quick, but thought provoking read.
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