The latest releases from Lexham Press cover a wide range of topics, but they’re all united by a common theme—helping you connect God’s Word to real life. Commentaries, bible studies, or theological works—these are powerful books that challenge you to think about what you truly believe. Whether it’s revealing the lies pastors are prone to believe or removing the filters we view Scripture through, reflecting on these hard truths help us reorient our lives towards Christ.
Real truth for the real world
Here are three hidden gems among all the recent releases that you might not have noticed.
300 Sermon Illustrations from Charles Spurgeon
Part of what gained Charles Spurgeon his reputation as the “Prince of Preachers” was his skill as a master illustrator. While he preached all his sermons over 100 years ago, many of his similes and stories are as fresh today as when he told them. In this book you’ll find 300 of the best illustrations from Charles Spurgeon, carefully selected from his volumes of sermons. With 300 Sermon Illustrations from Charles Spurgeon, you’ll be inspired in your preaching by a master at driving the truths of Scripture into the hearts of his hearers.
An Exegetical Theology of 1–3 John
In this book, Gary Derickson shows that 1–3 John are full of a wealth of theology that is worthy of the church’s attention, both in the first century and today. An Exegetical Theology of 1–3 John approaches the letters using the major categories of systematic theology. By examining the letters in this manner, Derickson is able to draw a clear line between the theology of 1–3 John and the key doctrines of Christian theology, helping Christians re-integrate these neglected letters into their knowledge of Scripture and God.
Living Doctrine: The Book of Titus
In his letter to Titus, the Apostle Paul implores the reader to take truth seriously and to ensure that the good news of gospel is being passed on in its full force. Solid Christian doctrine and a passion for godly Christian life are twin themes weave their way throughout this short epistle. In Living Doctrine, Danny Akin unpacks this powerful message and shows how these themes are still vital for Christians today. Accessibly written but informed by deep scholarship, this book will benefit readers from all walks of life.
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