National history is among the first things we learn in school. It helps us understand why things are the way they are, and what those who came before us went through to get us here. The same is true of church history: the better we understand our roots, the better we understand the present.
Here are a few historical-studies resources on sale this month:
$299.95—get it for $65.95
How did Jerusalem emerge as an important theme in the Old Testament, and what are its implications for modern interpretation? Understanding Jerusalem’s past is important, and the History of Jerusalem Collection gives you the big picture. You’ll get contributions from an impressive list of scholars: Philip R. Davies, Lester L. Grabbe, Thomas L. Thompson, and more than a dozen others.
$115.99—get it for $87.95
The Early Church History Collection gives you primary sources from the first 400 years of Christianity. You’ll see how the early church prayed and sang, how early Christians worshiped and preached, and what they held as fundamental to their faith. You’ll also learn how the church was affected by persecution and heresy, how it shaped and was shaped by the surrounding culture, and why it was so important that the church formulate proper doctrines of the Trinity and of Christ.
$119.95—get it for $87.95
The Romans through History and Cultures Series features a wealth of information on the reception of the book of Romans—specifically, its the past and present impact on theology and on cultural, political, social, and ecclesial life. If you’re interested in the intersection between Scripture and culture, you’ll find these scholarly volumes fascinating.
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