Bible Reference & Study
Dismantling Injustice: a Disorderly Parable of the Song of Songs by April Love-Fordham
The world needs leaders who are prepared to dismantle injustice.
What Are Biblical Values?: What the Bible Says On Key Ethical Issues by John Collins
Many people today claim that their positions on various issues are grounded in biblical values, and they use scriptural passages to support their claims. But the Bible was written over the course of several hundred years ...
Biblical Greek Study Guide by William Mounce
Biblical Greek and Hebrew students may not know everything they need to know, but they do know there’s a lot they need to know!
Reading the Bible Again For the First Time: Taking the Bible Seriously But Not Literally
The subtitle for this book sums it up nicely "Taking the Bible Seriously by Not Literally." The publisher refers to it as "A thinking person's guide to the Bible."
Cotton Patch Gospel Luke & Acts, Book 2 by Clarence Jordan
The Cotton Patch Gospel recasts the stories of Jesus and the letters of Paul and Peter into the language of the mid-20th century South.
Stories Jesus Still Tells: the Parables Rev. Ed. by John Claypool
Revised 2n edition. This provides Insight into the culture and context of the parables that Jesus used.
Zondervan Atlas of the Bible by Carl G. Rasmussen
Biblical lands come alive like never before---thanks to the latest 3-D imaging technology.
James In the Suburbs by April Love-Fordham
More than a Bible commentary, "James in the Suburbs" also serves as a parable of the lives of six men and women who exemplify James' call for a living faith.
Reading the Bible From the Margins by Miguel De La Torre
How issues involving race, class, and gender influence our understanding of the Bible. Describes how "standard" readings of the Bible are not always acceptable to people or groups on the "margins." Offers valuable new insights into biblical texts today
Justification: God's Plan & Paul's Vision by N.T. Wright
Offering a lucid analysis of the "new perspective," he clarifies misunderstandings, clearly articulates his views on first-century Judaism and justification, and provides a thorough exegesis of Paul's epistles, including Galatians and Romans.
The Gospel of John: Volume Two by William Barclay
In this volume Barclay helps give the reader a sharpened perception of the emphases of this Gospel. Written during a time when heresies abounded, the Gospel of John clarifies both the humanity and deity of Jesus Christ.
The Gospel of Matthew: Volume Two by William Barclay
A study of the Gospel of Matthew, Chapters 11 though 28.
The Gospel of Matthew : Volume One by William Barclay
The text for each day's study of Matthew Chapters 1 - 10 followed with two or three pages of commentary.
The Gospel of Mark by William Barclay
Dr. Barclay explains why the first three Gospels are called "synoptic," how they came to be written, and why many scholars believe that Mark was the first.
The Letters To Timothy, Titus And Philemon by William Barclay
These New Testament books deal with topics that should be of great interest to today's readers. As with his other books, William Barclay displays a remarkable writing talent that combines a profound mastery of the ancient languages with the wider conversa