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This is Richard Muller’s penetrating work on the modern understanding of Calvin’s soteriology in the Reformed tradition. Through a series of essays, Muller reveals the often-overlooked diversity of the Reformed tradition and the origins of the Reformed doctrines of the atonement, the free Gospel, and the order of salvation.
Having trouble guiding the study of your small group or adult Sunday school? The Standard Lesson eCommentary series is the perfect guide for your group, providing engaging discussion questions, practical applications, commentary notes, and resources for visual learning. The commentary includes notes for both the NIV and the KJV.
Whether you’re looking for teaching resources or interested in learning more about biblical criticism, the Lexham Methods Series provides the material you need. Discover the methodology and key contributors to textual criticism, traditional criticism, linguistic criticism, and literary criticism, and further your own research—at any level, from introductory to graduate—in any of these areas.
Michael Marsh examines the personal accounts of out-of-body and near-death experiences from the neuroscientific perspective of a believing Christian. Are such phenomena true accounts of afterlife experiences, or merely neuropathological traumas occurring in the dying brain? Get your copy of Out-of-Body and Near-Death Experiences to find out.
With both Balthasar’s memorable Love Alone Is Credible and his important Explorations in Theology, this collection is a daring exploration of the theologies of deity, trinity, and church—all of which are centered on the foundation of a loving, giving, eternal creator. His challenging perspective presents material all Christians can wrestle with.
Now in a new revised edition, Free Grace Soteriology explores God’s gift of grace—a grace that comes with absolutely no strings attached. David Anderson provides numerous sources for additional reading and indexes Scripture and subject references to make your study easier.
Have you wondered what to make of the mysterious book of Revelation, or the prophecies foretold by the prophet Daniel? The End Times Studies Collection’s six books explore the most crucial topics: the Rapture, the Antichrist, the new creation, and more. The collection studies the book of Revelation verse by verse, and explores the history of the eschatological thought to come to trustworthy conclusions on what Christians should believe.
There’s a vast theological history behind Christianity—but where does the modern Christian begin? The Cascade Companions Series opens the door to the contextualized writings of the ancient Christians. This three-volume set studies the writings of Augustine, Basil of Caesarea, and the Desert Fathers, making them accessible to the modern reader and unlocking thousands of years of theological tradition that readers might never have known.
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