Includes a new chapter and bibliography on William Tyndale, the reformer who courageously stood at the headwaters of the English Reformation. Also included are expanded opening and concluding chapters and updated bibliographies on each reformer.
“This is a bold, timely, remarkable and impressive book. No one should doubt its colossal and up-to-date learning in psychology, neuroscience, evolutionary theory and cognate fields. What makes it especially remarkable is the combination of all this with a sober, realistic and accurate understanding of many biblical passages and theological doctrines.” —Canon Anthony C. Thiselton
“Revisionist histories were once the rage, as academics sought recognition by shaking us from deeply and dearly held perceptions of the past with revelations of novel and counter ‘facts.’ McKenzie works the opposite direction, resurfacing the history we have forgotten regarding one of our most treasured holidays–Thanksgiving–to help reexamine and reinforce our most important convictions regarding faith and culture.” —Bryan Chapell
“We might be tempted to think that there is nothing more to say about Paul’s soteriology and that the ground has been thoroughly plowed since the new perspective. Sprinkle opens new windows by comparing the soteriology of Qumran with Paul, particularly by emphasizing Paul’s distinctive slant on divine agency. Scholars and students will profit from this careful reappraisal of Paul’s soteriology which is rooted in robust exegesis.” —Thomas Schreiner
A replacement volume in the Bible Speaks Today Old Testament commentary series, Dale Ralph Davis’s The Message of Daniel offers a reliable exposition of the visionary book of Daniel for pastors and lay commentary readers.
The Global Public Square: Religious Freedom and the Making of a World Safe for Diversity by Os Guinness (IVP Books. 9780830837670. Paperback. $16.00)
“Worship Leaders, We Are Not Rock Stars is much needed and long overdue. It is directed to those who lead us in corporate worship as we honor King Jesus when we sing, but it is also a book pastors would do well to heed as well!” —Daniel L. Akin
“Jonathan Yeager’s Early Evangelicalism is a definitive document collection on the broad sweep of eighteenth-century evangelical faith. The book’s authors, who hailed from North America, Britain, and the Continent, range from learned theologians to lyrical hymnists and earnest diarists. Anyone interested in evangelical Christianity will profit from Yeager’s wealth of resources.” —Thomas S. Kidd