Get 35% off Barth, Brueggemann, and Witherington

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Sixteen authors are still duking it out in a theological brawl that’s full of surprises—including the defeat of theological all-stars Walt Brueggemann, Ben Witherington, and Karl Barth. But these beloved authors are still worth celebrating—that’s why you can get their select works for 35% off! Here are a few don’t-miss works from each of them, plus a hint on how to get the entirety of Karl Barth’s Church Dogmatics for less than the price of the collection.

Walter Brueggemann

The Practice of Prophetic Imagination

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What story do you tell about the world through your preaching? Walter Brueggemann says we need preachers with “prophetic imagination”—modern-day prophets whose sermons offer an alternative narrative to a jaded world. If the dominant narrative of our time promotes national self-sufficiency (through militarism) and personal self-sufficiency (through consumerism), preachers must tell the story of a God who is gracious, uncompromising—and real.


Interpretation Commentary: Genesis and Interpretation Commentary: 1 & 2 Samuel

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Given the commitment to preaching Brueggemann demonstrates in The Practice of Prophetic Imagination, it’s no surprise that his commentaries are ideal for sermon prep. In his clear and readable style, Brueggemann works through the books of Genesis and 1 and 2 Samuel, sketching narratives filled with historical realism but also bursting with an awareness that more than human action is being presented in Scripture. Throughout, Brueggemann demonstrates a profound commitment to the faith and ministry of the church.

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Ben Witherington

Mobile Ed: NT221 The Wisdom of John: A Socio-Rhetorical Commentary on Johannine Literature

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Why is Johannine literature—Gospel of John, 1–3 John, and Revelation—so different from the other books in the New Testament? What does the style of these books tell us about Jesus and his message to the church? Dr. Ben Witherington III—one of the world’s top evangelical scholars—helps you explore these familiar books with fresh eyes. He examines Johannine literature not only as a group, but also individually with an emphasis on the social and historical context of each one.



The Jesus Quest

jesus quest“Jesus never even claimed to be God.”

“The miracles of Jesus were a myth developed shortly after Jesus’ death.”

If you believe what you hear on the news, read in magazines, or see online, you might think statements like these represent the consensus of serious scholarship on Jesus. But the fact is, these views—espoused by controversial scholars like John Dominic Crossan and Marcus Borg—represent the minority opinion. In The Jesus Quest, Ben Witherington offers the first comprehensive determination and assessment of what scholars are really saying about Jesus

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Karl Barth

Karl_BarthKarl Barth was one of the most influential theologians of the twentieth century. Church Dogmatics, Barth’s monumental life-work that consists of more than 6 million words, was written over the span of 35 years. In it, Barth covers in depth the great doctrines of the Word of God, God, Creation and Reconciliation. He made it his task “to take all that has been said before and to think it through once more and freshly to articulate it anew as a theology of the grace of God in Jesus Christ.”

Simply put, if you have an interest in theology, you should read Barth—no matter your theological stripe. Barth has been called neo-orthodox, evangelical, and Reformed. Indeed, his views developed remarkably over his lifetime as he moved from a liberal position to one of dialectical theology (theology founded on paradoxes or tensions). Whether you find yourself nodding your head in agreement, or wagging your head in frustration, one thing is certain: reading this influential theologian is essential to understanding the trajectory of theology since the twentieth century.

Individual volumes from Barth’s Church Dogmatics are 35% off throughout Logos March Madness. That means that when you purchase each volume individually, you’ll get the Barth’s complete Dogmatics for less than the price of purchasing the collection.

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