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  • United To Christ Walking In The Spirit

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    Join New Testament Scholar Benjamin Merkle as He Explores the Major Themes of the Book of Ephesians

    Paul wrote Ephesians as instruction and encouragement for the church in Ephesus, and it has continued to influence the church for centuries. This New Testament book specifically focuses on the believer’s union with Christ and our inability to stand before God without the work of Jesus Christ and the Spirit, both of which are still essential today.

    In this addition to the New Testament Theology series, scholar Benjamin Merkle offers an accessible summary of the theology of Ephesians that highlights God’s work in salvation and how Christians should respond. Each chapter focuses on a key theological theme-the plan of God, union with Christ, walking according to the Spirit, unity of the church, and spiritual warfare in the present age-and why it is relevant for the church today.

    *Part of the New Testament Theology Series: Other volumes include The Joy of Hearing: A Theology of the Book of Revelation and The Mission of the Triune God: A Theology of Acts

    *Ideal for Anyone Wanting to Study the Bible More Deeply: Perfect for pastors, seminarians, college students, and laypeople

    *Written by Benjamin Merkle: New Testament scholar and author of Ephesians in the ESV Expository Commentary

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  • How To Find Yourself

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    A Christian Answer to the Identity Angst of Our Culture

    In the 21st-century West, identity is everything. Never has it been more important, culturally speaking, to know who you are and remain true to yourself. Expressive individualism–the belief that looking inward is the way to find yourself–has become the primary approach to identity formation, and questioning anyone’s “self-made self” is often considered a threat or attack.

    Prompted by his own past crisis of identity, Brian Rosner challenges the status quo by arguing that, while knowing yourself is of some value, it cannot be the sole basis for one’s identity. He provides an approach to identity formation that leads to a more stable and satisfying sense of self. This approach looks outward to others–acknowledging that we are social beings–and looks upward to God to find a self who is intimately known and loved by him. How to Find Yourself equips readers from a variety of backgrounds to engage sympathetically with some of the most pressing questions of our day.

    Challenges the Status Quo: Examines and critiques expressive individualism–the leading strategy for identity formation

    Gospel-Centered: Identifies an approach to identity formation in Jesus’s life story and God’s personal knowledge of his children

    Accessible: Helpful for a wide audience of laypeople, students, and church leaders

    Foreword by Carl R. Trueman: Opens with a message from the author of The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self

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  • Mission Of The Triune God

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    Understanding Luke’s Narrative in the Book of Acts

    The book of Acts is unlike any other in Scripture; it has no rival in terms of a book spanning so many different lands. Written by a Gentile, it recounts the birth of the church age and the lives of early Christians that serve as lasting examples for the church today. When believers see how these events worked together to fulfill God’s promises, they gain a better understanding of the Trinitarian heart of Acts.

    In The Mission of the Triune God, author Patrick Schreiner argues that Luke’s theology stems from the order of his narrative. He shows how the major themes in Acts, including the formation of the church, salvation offered to all flesh, and the prolific spread of the gospel, connect. Through Schreiner’s clear presentation and helpful graphics, readers follow the early church as it grows “all under the plan of God, centered on King Jesus, and empowered by the Spirit.”

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  • Joy Of Hearing

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    Join New Testament scholar Thomas Schreiner as he explores the meaning and purpose of the book of Revelation.

    The book of Revelation can feel more intimidating to read than other books of the Bible. It invites readers into a world that seems confusing and sometimes even strange: golden lampstands, seven seals, a dragon, and a rider on a white horse. But at its core, Revelation is a message of hope written to Christians facing hardship, and it’s worth the effort to read it and understand it.

    In this first volume in the New Testament Theology series, trusted scholar Thomas Schreiner walks step-by-step through the book of Revelation, considering its many themes-the opposition believers face from the world; the need for perseverance; God as sovereign Creator, Judge, and Savior-as well as its symbolic imagery and historical context. The Joy of Hearing brings clarity to the content and message of Revelation and explores its relevance for the church today.

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  • New Dictionary Of Biblical Theology

    $70.00

    Make this landmark resource the cornerstone of your biblical reference library! Comprehensive and accessible, this A-to-Z encyclopedia offers 215 entries from top evangelical scholars that explore key issues such as “atonement,” “creation,” and “redemption.” In-depth articles examine the theology underpinning each Bible book, the unity and diversity of Scripture, and more. Includes bibliographies and cross-references.

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