Top Picks Sale: Get This ‘Rare Combination’ Reformed Commentary Set for 40% Off

This month’s top picks sale offers 40% off resources for teaching, preaching, and more. 

Included is the Reformed Expository Commentary (all 30 volumes) for about $10 per volume. [Read more…]

This Simple Fact in Luke 8 about Jesus and Women Is Significant—Here’s Why

The Gospels show us not only who Jesus is but how Jesus loves his people. With International Women’s Day right around the corner (March 8) and Women’s History Month, let’s consider how Jesus moved toward the women in his life with kindness and love. [Read more…]

Why We Should Read Theologians with Whom We Disagree

Reading theologians with similar views is like cozying up next to a fireplace on a winter day in a favorite chair. It feels comfortable. Safe. Those like-minded wise ones become leaders of the tribe with which we belong, the theological clique we ascribe to, find affirmation in, and sometimes form pieces of our identity.      

If I’m honest, it’s where I tend to camp. [Read more…]

Never Take a Verse Out of Context Again with the New Lexham Context Commentary

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I have lots of biblical commentaries. Which one do I look at first, and which one do I look at when I’m just quickly checking a cross-reference and want to make sure I’m not missing something?

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Are the Ten Commandments Still Relevant?

By Peter J. Leithart

The Church has always taken the Decalogue [Ten Commandments], with modifications, as God’s word to Christians.1 . . . Has the Church been right? Or is this an unfortunate old covenant residue that needs to be purged from the Church? . . .  [Read more…]

Last Chance for 4 Powerhouse CSB Resources under $22

Through the end of January, get the Christian Standard Bible (CSB) and companion CSB Study Notes free. (Here are four reasons why.)

But you may not want to stop there since you can get a powerhouse collection of CSB resources for under $22. [Read more…]

J. I. Packer on the Cure for Charlie Brown Syndrome

Beloved Bible scholar J. I. Packer knows weakness firsthand—an accident at age seven left him with lasting injuries. In his book Weakness Is the Way: Life with Christ Our Strength (excerpt below), he turns to 2 Corinthians to look at weakness in a biblical way—and helps us reckon with our own weakness. [Read more…]

11 Facts about the Christian Book Award Finalists from Lexham Press

The ECPA just released its 2019 Christian Book Award finalists, and we’re excited to share that two Lexham Press titles are finalists!

Let’s meet our finalists:

The Lexham Geographic Commentary on the Gospels is a finalist in the Bible Reference Works category. [Read more…]