First and Second Peter, James, and Jude have existed on the edges of the canon throughout the centuries. In this much-anticipated volume in the Interpretation series, Pheme Perkins casts light on these often neglected writings. She ably demonstrates that these "catholic epistles" have, in fact, much... (more)
As Christians we live out our lives in the light of God's future. And that future is the coming of Jesus to complete the story. This prospect inspires a tenacious hope, shaping the way we behave, and gives significance to everything we do. This is the note Paul strikes throughout these two stimulati... (more)
From the preface by the author. This expositiry volume on the Pastoral Epistles had its origin in a departmet of labour connected with my official duties. Till lately, it ws for many years my lot to conduct a class of Pastoral Theology for advanced students preparing for the work of the Christian mi... (more)
This commentary, like each in the series, is designed to serve readers by demonstrating the continuing intellectual and practical viability of theological interpretation of the Bible. Figures of the classical church such as Augustine, Calvin, Luther, and Wesley interpreted the Bible theologically, b... (more)
Peter H Davids / Clinton E Arnold / Douglas J Moo / R Yarbrough
This is a softcover set that helps readers understand the historical and cultural background of the books of the New Testament. Brimming with lavish, full color photos and graphics, each book will walk you verse by verse through the books of the New Testament.
·How the springs at Hi... (more)
First Corinthians is Paul's masterly pastoral letter to a church, which he founded five years earlier, but which in the meantime has lost its way. In Ephesus Paul was visited by various groups from Corinth bringing disturbing reports of recent developments, but also a list of questions. A little sle... (more)
This is a beautifully written and spiritually powerful letter that will bring great rewards to those who study it carefully.
The letter of 1 Peter is a broad-brush sketch of the Christian life from beginning to end. Peter begins by assuring his listeners of their beginnings (as re-born ones) and ... (more)