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IVP Academic Catalog | Volume 70 | Spring 2013

Contents
IVP Academic Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
New IVP Academic Titles . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Recent Releases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Membership Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Digital Reference. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Commentaries & Series . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
General Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
IVP Sales Team . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
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Edited by Scot McKnight, Joseph B. Modica
Foreword by Andy Crouch
Jesus Is Lord, Caesar Is Not
Evaluating Empire in New Testament Studies
Under the direction of editors Scot McKnight and Joseph B.
Modica, this volume brings together respected biblical
scholars to evaluate the turn toward empire criticism in
New Testament scholarship. While praising the movement
for its deconstruction of Roman statecraft and ideology, the
contibutors also provide a salient critique of the anti-imperi-
alist rhetoric pervading much of the current literature.
Scot McKnight (Ph.D., University of Nottingham) is
professor of New Testament at Northern Seminary in
Lombard, Illinois. He is the author of The King Jesus Gospel
and The Jesus Creed, and hosts the widely read Jesus Creed blog.
Joseph B. Modica (Ph.D., Drew University) is univer-
sity chaplain and associate professor of biblical studies at
Eastern University in Pennsylvania. He is coeditor with Scot
McKnight of Who Do My Opponents Say That I Am? An Investi-
gation of the Accusations Against the Historical Jesus.
Contents Foreword by Andy CrouchrIntroduction by Scot
McKnight and Joseph B. Modica (1) We Have No King But
Caesar: Roman Imperial Ideology and the Imperial Cult
by David Nystrom (2) Anti-Imperial Rhetoric in the New
Testament by Judith A. Diehl (3) Matthew by Joel Willitts (4)
The Gospel of Luke and the Roman Empire by Dean Pinter
(5) Johns Gospel and the Roman Imperial Context: An
Evaluation of Recent Proposals by Christopher W. Skinner
(6) Proclaiming Another King Named Jesus? The Acts of the
Apostles and the Roman Imperial Cult(s) by Drew J. Strait
(7) One Who Will Arise to Rule Over the Nations: Pauls
Letter to the Romans and the Roman Empire by Michael F.
Bird (8) Philippians and Empire: Pauls Engagement with
Imperialism and the Imperial Cult by Lynn H. Cohick (9)
Colossians and the Rhetoric of Empire: A New Battle Zone
by Allan R. Bevere (10) Something Old, Something New:
Revelation and Empire by Dwight SheetsrConclusion by
Scot McKnight and Joseph B. ModicarContributorsrAuthor
Index rSubject IndexrScripture Index
April 2013
208 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-3991-9,
$22.00
Related Title
Defending Constan-
tine,
Peter J. Leithart,
978-0-8308-2722-0,
$27.00
E D I T E D B Y
SCOT McKNIGHT AND
JOSEPH B. MODICA
JESUS IS
LORD
CAESAR
IS NOT
FOREWORD BY ANDY CROUCH
EVALUATING EMPIRE IN
NEW TESTAMENT STUDIES
Biblical Studies
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xii + 207 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-
2823-4, $18.00
Previous Title
Introducing Paul,
Michael F. Bird,
978-0-8308-2897-5,
$20.00
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Michael F. Bird
Jesus Is the Christ
The Messianic Testimony of the Gospels
Michael Bird tackles one of the hottest topics
currently debated among New Testament scholars. . . .
There is much to be learnt on every page.
Paul Foster, lecturer in New Testament,
Edinburgh University
Who do the Gospels say Jesus is?
The title and role of Messiah ascribed to Jesus in
the Gospels has long been regarded as a late add-on, a
fabricated claim or an insignihcant feature. Michael Bird,
however, argues that the Gospels messianic claims are the
most signihcant feature of their portrayal of Jesus.
Bird describes how each Evangelist portrays Jesus as the
Messiah of Israel, what they think is at stake in that claim,
and how the claim that Jesus is the Messiah drives the
purpose and shape of the Gospels. Emphasizing that Christi-
anity was a messianic movement rooted in its Jewish context,
Bird points toward the profound theological implication of
Jesus identity: that Jesus messiahship is the mother of all
Christology.
Michael F. Bird is lecturer in theology at Ridley College
in Melbourne, Australia. Previously he served at Crossway
College in Australia and Highland Theological College in
Scotland. He is the author of several books, including Jesus
and the Origins of the Gentile Mission and The Saving Righteous-
ness of God: Studies on Paul, Justication and the New Perspective,
as well as numerous essays, articles and reviews.
Contents PrefacerAbbreviationsrForewordrIntroduc-
tion: When Did Jesus Become the Messiah? (1) The Gospel
of Mark: The Crucihed Messiah (2) The Gospel of Matthew:
The Davidic Messiah (3) The Gospel of Luke (and Acts):
The Prophetic Messiah (4) The Gospel of John: The Elusive
MessiahrConclusion: Believing in the MessiahrBibliog-
raphyrSubject Index
Biblical Studies
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Jason B. Hood
Imitating God in Christ
Recapturing a Biblical Pattern
The long lost discipline of the imitatio Christi is
persuasively and poignantly recaptured here by Jason
Hood. Through a panoramic survey of Scripture, Hood
shows us that imitation is the highest form of adora-
tion. He challenges Christians to truly live as Jesus,
not with cheesy clichs or with theological shallow-
ness, but in cruciformed likeness to the Lord Jesus.
Michael Bird, Ridley College, Melbourne, Australia
Jason Hood takes us on a tour of what the Bible has to say
about imitating Jesus. He draws our attention to what Paul
told the Corinthians that he taught everywhere in every
church. And after following the theme throughout the New
Testament, he looks at it from a historical and contemporary
perspective.
The result is the recovery of a biblical pattern for life
one that challenges the assumptions of those who excessively
fear moralism as much as it challenges the assumptions of
those who embrace it. Here is a reliable theological founda-
tion for imitating Jesus today, a crucial hrst step toward the
renewal of biblical discipleship.
Jason B. Hood (Ph.D., Highland Theological College
and University of Aberdeen) is currently an adjunct faculty
member at Reformed Theological Seminary in Washington,
DC. Hood is also the scholar-in-residence at Christ United
Methodist Church and director of Christ College Resi-
dency Program, an intensive discipleship training program
for college students. He is the author of The Messiah, His
Brothers, and the Nations.
Contents Introduction: What Paul Taught Everywherer
Part I: Imitating God (1) Idols of God (2) Imitators of God
(3) Priests of God (4) Participating in the Work of Godr
Part II: Imitating Jesus (5) The True Human, the Gospel
and the Gospels (6) Ambassadors, Apprentices and Agents
(7) Family Resemblance and Paternity Tests (8) Resurrection
and Imitation (9) The Holy Spirit (10) The Apostle of Imita-
tion (11) The Jesus MirrorsrPart III: Imitating the Saints
(12) A Community of Imitation (13) Objections, Obstacles
and Presuppositions for ImitationrPart IV: Imitation
Yesterday and Today (14) Imitation for Todays Left, Right
and Center (15) A History of ImitationrConclusion
June 2013
240 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-2710-7,
$22.00
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Spirituality According
to Paul,
Rodney Reeves,
978-0-8308-3946-9,
$20.00
Imitating God in Christ
R E C A P T U R I N G A B I B L I C A L P A T T E R N
J AS O N B . H O O D
Biblical Studies
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996 pages, hardcover, 978-0-8308-2456-4,
$60.00
Recent Title in the Series
Dictionary of the Old
Testament: Prophets,
Edited by Mark J.
Boda, J. Gordon
McConville, 978-0-
8308-1784-9, $60.00
About the Series
Unique among reference books on the
Bible, the volumes of The IVP Bible
Dictionary Series bridge the gap between
scholars and those pastors, teachers,
students and laypeople desiring in-depth
treatment of select topics in an accessible
and summary format. See page 48 for a
complete listing of series titles.
Edited by Joel B. Green, Jeannine K. Brown, Nicholas
Perrin
Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels
(Second Edition)
The IVP Bible
Dictionary Series
Nearly all the 175 articles in the Dictionary of Jesus and the
Gospels have been reconceived and rewritten to reuect
developments in the held since the 1992 edition. Showcasing
the work of a new generation of scholars, this volume surveys
scholarship and method in historical Jesus studies, New
Testament textual criticism and more.
Joel B. Green is professor of New Testament interpre-
tation and associate dean for the Center for Advanced
Theological Studies, Fuller Theological Seminary. He was
an editor of the hrst edition of the Dictionary of Jesus and the
Gospels and is the author and editor of numerous books,
including The Gospel of Luke (NICNT); Body, Soul and Human
Life: The Nature of Humanity in the Bible; The Theology of the
Gospel of Luke and (with Mark Baker) Recovering the Scandal of
the Cross.
Jeannine K. Brown is professor of New Testament,
Bethel Seminary. She is the author of The Disciples in Narra-
tive Perspective and Scripture as Communication: Introducing
Biblical Hermeneutics.
Nicholas Perrin is Franklin S. Dyrness Professor of
Biblical Studies, Wheaton College. He is the author of
Thomas, the Other Gospel and Jesus the Temple.
Contents Preface r How to Use This Dictionary r Abbrevia-
tions r Transliterations r List of Contributors r Dictionary
Articles r Gospel Reference Index r Subject Index r Articles
Index
Dictionary
of Jesus and
the Gospels
E DI T E D BY
Joel B. Green, Jeannine K. Brown
& Nicholas Perrin
A CO M P E N D I U M O F CO N T E M P O R A R Y
BI B L I C A L S C H O L A R S H I P
SECOND EDITION
Green, Brown
& Perrin
Biblical Studies
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Edited by Graham Tomlin
Philippians, Colossians
Reformation Commentary
on Scripture
Detached from her roots, the church cannot reach the
world as God intends. . . . The Reformation Commen-
tary on Scripture roots our thought in great insights of
faithful leaders of the Reformation to further biblical
preaching and teaching in this generation.
Bryan Chapell, chancellor, Covenant Theological
Seminary
In the latest volume in the Reformation Commentary on
Scripture, editor Graham Tomlin pulls together insights
from all over the reforming worldhumanists, high
Calvinists and Puritans aliketo deliver a commentary on
Philippians and Colossians that reveals the heat and light of
biblical engagement in the age of reform.
Graham Tomlin is vice principal and tutor in historical
theology and evangelism at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford. He also
served previously in a parish in Exeter. Tomlin also wrote
The Power of the Cross: Theology and the Death of Christ in Paul,
Luther and Pascal (Paternoster) and The Provocative Church
(SPCK).
Contents Abbreviations r General Introduction r A Guide
to Using This Commentary r Introduction to Philippians
and Colossians r Commentary on Philippians r Commen-
tary on Colossians r Appendix r Map of the Reformation
r Timeline of the Reformation r Biographical Sketches of
Reformation Era Figures r Bibliography r Author Index r
Scripture Index
July 2013
400 pages, hardcover, 978-0-8308-2974-3,
$50.00
Recent Title in the Series
Genesis 111,
John L. Thompson,
978-0-8308-2951-4,
$50.00
About the Series
The Reformation Commentary on
Scripture (RCS) collects Protestant
Reformation reuections on the entirety
of the Bible, introducing readers to
the depth and richness of exegetical
ferment that dehned the Reformation.
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page 45 for a complete listing of series
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$16.00
Related Title
A Users Guide to
Bible Translations,
David Dewey, 978-0-
8308-3273-6, $15.00
Dave Brunn
One Bible, Many Versions
Are All Translations Created Equal?
It is my sincere hope that this book will have an
impact on many who think it is a worthwhile endeavor
to ght fellow believers over literal translation(s).
Ellis W. Deibler Jr., international translation
consultant, Wycliffe Bible Translators
What makes a Bible translation faithful? Is one version supe-
rior to others? Do we really need more than one translation?
How can answering these questions help us become better
Bible readers?
Dave Brunn has been an international Bible translator
for many years. Here he divulges the inner workings of
translation practice to help us sort out the many competing
claims for superiority among English Bible translations. His
professional assessments and conclusions will be a great help
to all seeking truth in translation.
Dave Brunn is dean of academics for New Tribes Mission
(NTM) USA Missionary Training Center. A missionary,
translator and educator, Brunn spent over twenty years in
Papua New Guinea where he served the Lamogai people
through church planting, literacy training and Bible transla-
tion and consultation. Among his works is a complete trans-
lation of the New Testament into the Lamogai language.
Contents Abbreviations r Acknowledgments r Preface
r Introduction (1) Unity and Division: Two Opposite
By-products of Gods Word (2) Form and Meaning: Innocent
Bystanders at the Center of the Debate (3) Ideal and Real:
Where Theory Meets Practice (4) What Is in a Word? More,
and Less, Than Meets the Eye (5) Criteria for Adjustment:
Intentionality Safeguards the Message (6) Divine Inspira-
tion: Do Not Judge the Logos by Its Cover (7) The Babel
Factor: God Speaks in Languages Other Than English (8)
First-Century Translators: Setting Precedents for Future
Translators (9) The Pursuit of Faithfulness: In the Eye of
the Beholder (10) The Heart of Unity: Embracing Gods
Principle of Interdependence
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D A V E B R U N N
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352 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-3995-7,
$26.00
Related Titles
The Drama of
Ephesians,
Timothy G. Gombis,
978-0-8308-2720-6,
$20.00
God Behaving Badly,
David T. Lamb,
978-0-8308-3826-4,
$15.00
holy war
in the Bible
Christian Morality and
an Old Testament Problem
EDITED BY
Heath A. Thomas,
Jeremy Evans AND Paul copan
Edited by Heath A. Thomas, Jeremy Evans, Paul
Copan
Holy War in the Bible
Christian Morality and an Old Testament Problem
The hrst of its kind, this collection offers a construc-
tive response to the question of holy war and Chris-
tian morality from an interdisciplinary perspective. By
combining biblical, ethical, philosophical and theological
insights, the contributors offer a composite image of divine
redemption that promises to take the discussion to another
level.
Heath A. Thomas (Ph.D., University of Gloucestershire,
UK) is assistant professor of Old Testament and Hebrew at
Southeastern Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina. He
also serves on the editorial board for the Southeastern Theo-
logical Review and as the book review editor.
Jeremy Evans (Ph.D., Texas A&M University) is associate
professor of philosophy at Southeastern Seminary in Wake
Forest, North Carolina. He is coauthor of Taking Christian
Moral Thought Seriously.
Paul Copan is the Pledger Family Chair of Philosophy and
Ethics at Palm Beach Atlantic University. He is author of Is
God a Moral Monster? and coauthor of Creation Out of Nothing.
Contents Part I: The Challenge of Holy War for
Christian Morality r Part II: Old Testament Perspectives r
Part III: New Testament Perspectives r Part IV: Biblical-
Theological Perspectives r Part V: Ethical & Philosophical
Perspectives r Part VI: Theological Perspectives r Part VII:
Afterword
Biblical Studies
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Derek Tidball, Dianne Tidball
The Message of Women
The Bible Speaks Today
Bible Themes Commentaries
Derek and Dianne Tidball defuse the polemics surrounding
gender in Christian witness with a refreshing hrsthand look
at the role of women in the Bible. Beginning with a distinc-
tion between creation and new creation perspectives, the
authors examine women under the old covenant, women
under the new covenant and women in the early church.
Derek Tidball is visiting scholar at Spurgeons College,
London. He also served for many years as a Baptist pastor.
He is the author of The Reality of Christ and Skillful Shepherds.
Dianne Tidball is currently the regional minister (team
leader) of the East Midlands Baptist Association. She is
author of the Crossway Bible Guides Peter and Jude and Johns
Letters.
March 2013
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DEREK & DIANNE
TIDBALL
T H E B I B L E
S P E A K S T O D A Y
BIBLE THEMES SERIES EDITOR
DEREK TIDBALL
THE MESSAGE OF
WOMEN
Biblical Studies
Hetty Lalleman
Jeremiah and Lamentations
Tyndale Old Testament
Commentaries
Lifting out the understated themes of love, grace, promise
and renewal in Jeremiah and Lamentations, this commen-
tary by Hetty Lalleman opens our eyes to an important
chapter in salvation history.
Hetty Lalleman is tutor in Old Testament studies at Spur-
geons College, London. She is the author of Celebrating the
Law? Rethinking Old Testament Ethics, and is on the advisory
board for an Old Testament commentary series in Dutch, to
which she has contributed a volume on Jeremiah. Her Ph.D.
thesis was titled Jeremiah in Prophetic Tradition.
March 2013
384 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308- 4283-4, $16.00
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Pocket Dictionary of the Reformed
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Beginning to study Reformed theology is like stepping into a
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to take part in this conversation without embarrassing
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The Pocket Dictionary of the Reformed Tradition takes on this
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hlling you in on its common afhrmations as well as its family
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And much more.
The Pocket Dictionary of the Reformed Tradition is ready
to assist you over the rough parts of readings, lectures,
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Kelly M. Kapic is professor of theological studies at Cove-
nant College in Lookout Mountain, Georgia. He earned a
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University of London, and an M.Div. at Reformed Theolog-
ical Seminary in Orlando, Florida.
He is the author of several books, including A Little Book
for New Theologians and (with Bruce McCormack) Mapping
Modern Theology.
Wesley Vander Lugt is currently working on his Ph.D. in
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Scott R. Swain
The God of the Gospel
Robert Jensons Trinitarian Theology
Strategic Initiatives in
Evangelical Theology
Who is the God of the gospel?
Robert W. Jensons way of answering this question,
according to Scott Swain, hinges on the nature of the rela-
tionship between God in himself and the redemptive events
through which God becomes our God.
Swain hrst locates Jensons pursuit of a relentlessly
evangelical understanding of God in the broader history
of trinitarian theology after Karl Barth, before carefully and
sympathetically unpacking Jensons doctrine of the Trinity.
For Jenson, one of todays most prominent theologians, the
answer to the question, Who is the God of the gospel?
may be summarized as, The one who raised Jesus from
the dead. Swain then offers a constructive evaluation of
Jensons account of the mutually constitutive character of
Gods intrinsic identity and saving acts.
Although critical of many of Jensons trinitarian reinter-
pretations, Swain remains attentive to Jensons concerns and
insights. In the process, Swain sheds new light on what it
means for the ecumenical trinitarian tradition to advocate
a truly evangelical doctrine of the Trinity in the wake of the
twentieth-century recasting of the identity of the God of the
gospel.
Scott R. Swain (Ph.D., Trinity Evangelical Divinity
School) is associate professor of systematic theology
and academic dean at Reformed Theological Seminary
(Orlando).
Contents Introduction (1) The Question Stated (2)
The State of the Question (3) The Way of Gods Identity
According to the Old Testament (4) The Way of Gods Iden-
tity According to the New Testament (5) The Triune Identity
(6) A Father to You: Gods Fatherly Self-Determination
in the Covenant of Grace (7) Immanuel: The Son of Gods
Self-Identihcation with Humanity in the Incarnation (8)
Deluged with Love: The Spirit and the Consummation of
Trinitarian Fellowship (9) Conclusion: Grace and Being:
Bruce McCormack on the Gospels God

May 2013
208 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-3904-9,
$30.00
Recent Title in the Series
Incarnational
Humanism,
Jens Zimmermann,
978-0-8308-3903-2,
$30.00
About the Series
Strategic Initiatives in Evangelical
Theology is a series of seminal works of
scholarship meant to ignite discussion
around emerging, current, ground-
breaking or controversial subjects in
the evangelical community and in the
academy at large. See page 50 for a
complete listing of series titles.
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Robin Routledge
Old Testament Theology
A Thematic Approach
Robin Routledge provides a substantial overview of the
central issues and themes in Old Testament theology. For
readers who want to dine on the meat of Old Testament
theology but do not have time to linger over hors doeuvres
and dessert.
Robin Routledge is senior lecturer in Old Testament at
Mattersey Hall in England. He also teaches at the Inter-
national Baptist Theological Seminary in Prague and the
Continental Theological Seminary in Brussels.
January 2013 Now in paperback!
384 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-3992-6, $25.00
N. T. Wright
Evil and the Justice of God
N. T. Wright explores all aspects of evil and how it presents
itself in society today. Fully grounded in the story of the Old
and New Testaments, this presentation is provocative and
hopeful; a fascinating analysis of and response to the funda-
mental question of evil and justice that faces believers.
These are the powerful and pressing themes that N. T.
Wright addresses in this book that is at once timely and
timeless.
N. T. Wright, formerly bishop of Durham in England, is
research professor of New Testament and early Christianity
at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. Wrights full-
scale works include The New Testament and the People of God,
Jesus and the Victory of God and The Resurrection of the Son of
God. Among his many other published works are Surprised by
Hope and Simply Christian.
June 2013 Now in paperback!
176 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-3415-0, $15.00
Old Testament
T H E O L O G Y
A Thematic Approach
ROBI N ROUTLEDGE
Theology
AU T HOR OF The Chall enge of Jesus
E VI L
A ND T HE
J US TI CE
OF
GOD
N. T. Wr i g ht
Theology
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April 2013
208 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-2716-9,
$20.00
Related Titles
Dietrich Bonhoeffer,
Dale Larsen, Sandy
Larsen, 978-0-8308-
2084-9, $8.00
20th-Century Theology,
Stanley J. Grenz,
Roger E. Olson,
978-0-8308-1525-8,
$28.00
E di t e d by Ke i t h L . J ohnson
and T i mot hy L arse n
Cont ri but ors i ncl ude J i m Be l che r, L ori Brandt Hal e ,
J oe l L awre nce , Charl e s Marsh, St e phe n Pl ant,
Dani e l T re i e r, Re ggi e Wi l l i ams, Phi l i p Z i e gl e r
Bonhoe f f e r,
Chri st
and
Cult ure
Edited by Keith L. Johnson, Timothy Larsen
Bonhoeffer, Christ and Culture
The 2012 Wheaton Theology Conference was convened
around the formidable legacy of Lutheran pastor, theolo-
gian and anti-Nazi conspirator Dietrich Bonhoeffer. This
collection, focusing on the mans views of Christ, the church
and culture, contributes to a recent awakening of interest in
Bonhoeffer among evangelicals.
Keith L. Johnson is assistant professor of theology at
Wheaton College. He is the author of Karl Barth and the
Analogia Entis and The Being and Act of the Church: Karl
Barth and the Future of Evangelical Ecclesiology, in Karl
Barth and American Evangelicalism.
Timothy Larsen is McManis Professor of Christian
Thought at Wheaton College. He has been a visiting fellow
at Trinity College, Cambridge University, and All Souls
College, Oxford University. His monographs include Crisis
of Doubt: Honest Faith in Nineteenth-Century England and, most
recently, A People of One Book: The Bible and the Victorians
(Oxford University Press).
Contents Introduction by Keith L. Johnson and Timothy
Larsen (1) Dietrich Bonhoeffer: A Theologian of the Word
of God by Philip G. Ziegler (2) The Evangelical Reception
of Dietrich Bonhoeffer by Timothy Larsen (3) Dietrich
Bonhoeffer, The Harlem Renaissance and the Black Christ
by Reggie L. Williams (4) The Evangelization of Rulers:
Bonhoeffers Political Theology by Stephen J. Plant (5)
Modernitys Machine: Technology Coming of Age in Bonho-
effers Apocalyptic Proverbs by Daniel J. Treier (6) Death
Together: Dietrich Bonhoeffer on Becoming the Church
for Others by Joel Lawrence (7) Dietrich Bonhoeffer: Under
the Constraint of Grace by Charles Marsh (8) Bonhoeffer
and the End of the Christian Academy by Keith L. Johnson
(9) Bonhoeffers Christological Take on Vocation by Lori
Brandt Hale (10) The Secret of Finkenwalde: Liturgical
Treason by Jim Belcher r Contributors r Subject Index
Church & Culture
18 IVP ACADEMIC Spring 2013
Ron Highheld
God, Freedom and Human Dignity
Embracing a God-Centered Identity in a Me-Centered
Culture
Provides for anyone who cares about the gospel
today a guide to the postmodern condition and where
the gospel must strike rst. If this book were pocket
size youd nd a copy in my pocket.
Scot McKnight, Northern Seminary
Ron Highheld traces the genealogy of the modern self from
Plato, Descartes and Locke to Charles Taylors landmark
Sources of the Self. What emerges is a stark portrait of the
modern ideal of self-governance and the crisis it provokes
for a Christian view of human identity, freedom and dignity
found in God. Essential reading for Christian students who
are interested in the debates around secularism, modernity
and identity formation.
Ron Higheld (Ph.D., Rice University) is professor of
religion at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California. He
is the author of Great is the Lord: Theology for the Praise of God
(Eerdmans) and Barth and Rahner: Toward an Ecumenical
Understanding of Sin and Evil (Peter Lang). Highheld is
coauthor (with Gregory Boyd, Willliam Lane Craig and Paul
Helseth) of Four Views on Divine Providence. His published
chapters and articles have covered subjects ranging from
theological anthropology to open theism to Christian
higher education.
Contents Preface r Part I: The Me-Centered Self (1)
How the Me-Centered World Was Born (2) Dehance: The
Promethean Dimension of the Modern Self (3) Subservi-
ence: The Religion of Idols, Hypocrites and Hirelings (4)
Indifference: A Study in Thoughtlessness (5) The Disqui-
eting God of the Modern Self (6) The Secret Aspirations of
the Modern Self (7) Some Unwelcome Limits on Freedom
and Dignity r Part II: The God-Centered Self (8) The
Self-Giving God of the Gospel (9) The Irony of Divine
Weakness (10) The Awakening Presence (11) A New Way
of Being Human Being (12) The Divine Adoption (13) The
Emergence of God-Centered Identity (14) The Freedom of
the Children of God (15) Gods Love as the Ground and
Measure of Human Dignity (16) The Reconciliation of
Heaven and Earth r Conclusion r Indexes
March 2013
256 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-2711-4,
$22.00
Related Titles
The Doctrine of Hu-
manity,
Charles Sherlock,
978-0-8308-1535-7,
$22.00
Human Dignity in the
Biotech Century,
Edited by Charles
W. Colson, Nigel
M. de S. Cameron,
978-0-8308-2783-1,
$24.00
God, Freedom &
Human Di gni ty
EMBRACING A GOD-CENTERED IDENTITY
IN A ME-CENTERED CULTURE
R o n H i g h f i e l d
Church & Culture
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April 2013 Now in paperback!
212 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-3993-3,
$20.00
Related Titles
Clouds of Witnesses,
Mark A. Noll,
Carolyn Nystrom,
978-0-8308-3834-9,
$25.00
Global Awakening,
Mark Shaw, 978-0-
8308-3877-6, $20.00
MARK A. NOLL
How American
Experience Reects
Global Faith
T H E N E W S H A P E OF
WOR L D C H R I S T I A N I T Y
CHRISTIANITY
TODAY
BOOK AWARD
WINNER!
Mark A. Noll
The New Shape of World Christianity
How American Experience Reects Global Faith
Here is a book that both critics and supporters of
missions must read. Noll helps us move beyond the
simple praise and blame associated with Western
missions to see the complexity and glory of the
growth of Christianity, and, in the process, opens
up new frontiers of understanding and new lines of
research.
William Dyrness, professor of theology and culture,
Fuller Theological Seminary
2010 Christianity Today Book Award winner!
With characteristic rigor and insight, in this book Mark
Noll revisits the history of the American church in the
context of world events. He makes the compelling case that
how Americans have come to practice the Christian faith is
just as globally important as what the American church has
done in the world. He backs up this substantial claim with
the scholarly attentiveness weve come to expect from him,
lucidly explaining the relationship between the development
of Christianity in North America and the development of
Christianity in the rest of the world, with attention to recent
transhgurations in world Christianity. Here is a book that
will challenge your assumptions about the nature of the
relationship between the American church and the global
church in the past and predicts what world Christianity may
look like.
Mark A. Noll (Ph.D., Vanderbilt University) is Francis
McAnaney Professor of History at the University of Notre
Dame. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and
Sciences, advisory editor for Books & Culture and subeditor
for the new Religion in Geschichte und Gegenwart. Some of his
many books include The Civil War as a Theological Crisis, Is
the Reformation Over?, The Rise of Evangelicalism: The Age of
Edwards, Whiteeld and the Wesleys and The Old Religion in a
New World.
Contents Tables and Figures (1) Introduction (2) The
New Shape of World Christianity (3) Nineteenth-Century
Evangelical Identity, Power and Culture as Anticipating the
Future (4) Posing the Question (5) What Does Counting
Missionaries Reveal? (6) Indictment and Response (7) Amer-
ican Experience as Template (8) American Evangelicals View
the World, 1900-2000 (9) What Korean Believers Can Learn
from American Evangelical History (10) The East African
Revival (11) ReuectionsrGuide to Further ReadingrIndex
Church & Mission
20 IVP ACADEMIC Spring 2013
April 2013
272 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-2712-1,
$24.00
Related Titles
Integrative Psycho-
therapy,
Mark R. McMinn,
Clark D. Campbell,
978-0-8308-2830-2,
$30.00
The Reciprocating
Self,
Jack O. Balswick,
Pamela Ebstyne
King, Kevin S.
Reimer, 978-0-8308-
2793-0, $27.00
Heather Davediuk Gingrich
Restoring the Shattered Self
A Christian Counselors Guide to Complex Trauma
What is complex traumatic stress disorder (CTSD)? How do
Christian counselors help complex trauma survivors live the
abundant life? Are we inadvertently retraumatizing our
counselees?
Heather Davediuk Gingrich applies years of counseling
experience to the sensitive task of treating complex trau-
matic stress disorder (CTSD). Writing for pastors and coun-
selors who have not received training in complex trauma,
Gingrich integrates current trauma therapy research with
Christian priorities such as prayer and spiritual warfare.
Heather Davediuk Gingrich (Ph.D., University of the
Philippines) is a counselor, scholar, teacher and former
missionary. She is currently associate professor of counseling
at Denver Seminary, Littleton, Colorado, and a dissertation
advisor and committee member at Asia Graduate School of
Theology, Quezon City, Philippines.
A member of the International Society for the Study of
Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD), the Trauma Psychology
Division of the American Psychological Association, and
clinical member of the American Association for Marriage
and Family Therapy (AAMFT), Gingrich is also a mental
health consultant at International Development and
Educational Associates (IDEAS), where she conducts short-
term, mid-term and long-term mental health evaluations of
missionary candidates.
Contents Acknowledgments (1) Shattered (2) Shattering
the Self: The Effects of Trauma on Childhood Develop-
ment (3) Rebuilding the Shattered Self: The Process of
Counseling (4) Phase I: Safety and Stabilization (5) Phase
II: Trauma ProcessingIntegrating the Components of
a Traumatic Experience (6) Phase III: Consolidation and
Resolution (7) Additional Treatment Considerations for the
Client with Dissociative Identity Disorder (8) Spiritual Issues
and Resources in the Treatment of CTSD (9) Vicarious Trau-
matization and Building Counselor Resilience (10) How
the Church Can Help r Appendix: Dissociative Experiences
Scale (DES) r References r Author Index r Subject Index
Restoring the
Shattered Self
A Christian Counselors Guide
to Complex Trauma
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Psychology & Counseling
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April 2013
420 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-3994-0,
$30.00
Related Titles
Counseling and Chris-
tianity,
Stephen P.
Greggo, Timothy A.
Sisemore, 978-0-
8308-3978-0, $22.00
Theology for Better
Counseling,
Virginia Todd Hole-
man, 978-0-8308-
3972-8, $20.00
Christian
Counseling Ethics
A Handbook for Psychologists,
Therapists and Pastors
SE COND E DI T I ON
E DI TE D B Y
Randolph K. Sanders
Edited by Randolph K. Sanders
Christian Counseling Ethics
(Second Edition)
A Handbook for Psychologists, Therapists and Pastors
Editor Randolph K. Sanders assembles a team of scholar-
practitioners to forge a comprehensive ethical approach to
Christian counseling. Christian psychotherapists, pastors
and others in the counseling profession will hnd here a
ready resource for a whole array of contemporary clinical
scenarios. This revised edition engages the signihcant
cultural changes counselors have seen in the years since the
hrst edition.
Written by a cadre of highly qualihed professional
counselors and scholars, this book remains an indispensable
resource for understanding and applying ethics in Christian
counseling.
Randolph K. Sanders, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist
in private practice in New Braunfels, Texas, and the author
of several books. He served as the executive director of the
Christian Association for Psychological Studies (CAPS) from
1994 to 2005.
Contents (1) Embracing Our Ethical Mandate (2)
Psychotherapy and Christian Ethics (3) Qualihcations of the
Christian Mental Health Professional (4) Essential Elements
for Ethical Counsel (5) Sexual Misconduct and the Abuse of
Power (6) Nonsexual Multiple Relationships (7) Ethics in
Couples Therapy (8) The Child Client (9) Addressing
Spiritual and Value Issues in Therapy (10) The Sexual
Minority Client (11) Clients with Chronic Conditions (12)
Ethical Concerns in Culturally Sensitive Practice (13)
Business Ethics in Mental Health Services (14) Pastors Who
Counsel (15) Lay Counselor Training (16) Mixed Agency
Dilemmas for Professionals in the Military and Other
Government Agencies (17) Ethics in University Counseling
Centers (18) Ethics in Member Care: Toward an Interna-
tional Framework (19) Ethics in Providing Psychological
First Aid (20) Training Programs (21) A Model for Ethical
Decision Making r Appendix 1: Ethical Codes and Guide-
lines r Appendix 2: Sample Forms r Contributors List r Index
Psychology & Counseling
22 IVP ACADEMIC Spring 2013
June 2013
144 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-2713-8,
$18.00
Related Titles
Changing Signs of
Truth,
Crystal L. Downing,
978-0-8308-3966-7,
$24.00
Understanding Evan-
gelical Media,
Edited by Quentin
J. Schultze, Robert
Herbert Woods Jr.,
978-0-8308-2882-1,
$27.00
Derek C. Schuurman
Shaping a Digital World
Faith, Culture and Computer Technology
Digital technology has become a ubiquitous feature of
modern life. Our increasingly fast-paced world seems more
and more remote from the world narrated in Scripture.
But despite its pervasiveness, there remains a dearth of
theological reection about computer technology and what
it means to live as a faithful Christian in a digitally-saturated
society.
In this thoughtful and timely book, Derek Schuurman
provides a brief theology of technology, rooted in the
Reformed tradition and oriented around the grand themes
of creation, fall, redemption and new creation. He combines
a concise, accessible style with penetrating cultural and
theological analysis. Building on the work of Jacques Ellul
and Neil Postman, and drawing from a wide range of
Reformed thinkers, Schuurman situates computer tech-
nology within the big picture of the biblical story.
Technology is not neutral, but neither is there an
exclusively Christian form of technological production
and use. Instead, Schuurman guides us to see the digital
world as part of Gods good creation, fallen yet redeemable
according to the law of God. Responsibly used, technology
can become an integral part of Gods shalom for the earth.
Derek C. Schuurman (Ph.D., McMaster University) is
associate professor of computer science and chair of the
mathematics/physics/computer science department at
Redeemer University College, Ancaster, Ontario. He is also
a professional engineer (P.Eng.) holding memberships with
the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE),
the Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences
(ACMS) and the ACM Special Interest Group on Computer
Science Education (SIGCSE).
Contents (1) Introduction (2) Computer Technology
and the Unfolding of Creation (3) Computer Technology
and the Fall (4) Redemption and Responsible Computer
Technology (5) Computer Technology and the Future (6)
Concluding Thoughts r Discussion Questions r Bibliography
Science & Technology
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May 2013
144 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-2714-5,
$16.00
Related Titles
Habits of the Mind,
James W. Sire,
978-0-8308-2273-7,
$18.00
The Passionate Intellect,
Alister McGrath,
978-0-8308-3843-1,
$22.00
courage
carefulness
tenacity
fair-mindedness
curiosity
honesty
humility
VIRTUOUS
MINDS
Intellectual Character Development
Philip E. Dow
FOR
STUDENTS,
EDUCATORS
& PARENTS
Philip E. Dow
Virtuous Minds
Intellectual Character Development
As I read Dows book, I was struck with what a fresh
and potent addition it would make to a college or high
school course on critical thinking. . . . [It] is chock-full
of vivid, discussable illustrations.
Robert C. Roberts, distinguished professor of ethics,
Baylor University
Teacher-administrator Philip Dow explores the implications
of setting intellectual character (rather than intellectual
content) at the heart of our educational programs. With
ample stories and practical suggestions, Dow shows how
intellectual virtues like tenacity, carefulness and curiosity
are teachable traits that can produce good lives.
Philip E. Dow (Ph.D., Cambridge University) is super-
intendent of Rosslyn Academy in Nairobi, Kenya. Dow has
over a decade of classroom experience, teaching advanced
courses in social studies and history at the high school
level. He is the author of School in the Clouds: The Rift Valley
Academy Story.
Contents Acknowledgments r Foreword by Jason Baehr
r Introduction r Part I: The Seven Intellectual Virtues
(1) Intellectual Courage (2) Intellectual Carefulness (3)
Intellectual Tenacity (4) Intellectual Fair-mindedness (5)
Intellectual Curiosity (6) Intellectual Honesty (7) Intellec-
tual Humility r Part II: The Fruits of Intellectual Character
(8) The Benehts of Knowing More About More (9) The
Benehts of Better Thinking (10) Loving God (11) Loving
Your Neighbor r Part III: Becoming People of Intellectual
Character (12) Developing Virtuous Intellectual Character
in Yourself (13) Seven Suggestions for Parents and Educa-
tors r Conclusion r A Discussion Guide for University and
Church Groups r Appendices A-I
Education
24 IVP ACADEMIC Spring 2013
May 2013
200 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-3964-3,
$20.00
Related Title
The Emergence of the
Church,
Arthur G. Patzia,
978-0-8308-2650-6,
$23.00
Robbie F. Castleman
Story-Shaped Worship
Following Patterns from the Bible and History
What is the right way to worship?
Right worship does not require a return to the identical
forms found in the early church or later in Rome or after
that in Westminster. What it calls for is a faithful response
today to the God of our salvation in light of those biblically
ordered and historically informed patterns.
In this study Robbie Castleman uncovers the funda-
mental shape of worship. What she unearths is a shape that
is outlined in Scripture, enacted in Israel, refocused in the
New Testament community, regulated and guarded by the
Apostolic fathers, and recovered in the Reformation. It is
a worship that can and does still shape the liturgy of many
congregations today.
Robbie F. Castleman (D.Min., University of Dubuque)
is associate professor of biblical studies and theology at
John Brown University in Siloam Springs, Arkansas. She
previously served for several years as a staff member with
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, specializing in ministry to
graduate students at campuses in and around Tallahassee,
Florida.
Contents Acknowledgments r Introduction r Part I:
Biblical Patterns: Story-Shaped Liturgy (1) Genesis and the
Gospel: The Beginning of Worship r Workshop (2) Worship
and Identity: Yahweh and Sabbath in the Torah, Prophets
and Gospels r Workshop (3) Worship and Sacred Space: The
Grace of Invitation, the Holiness of Boundaries r Workshop
(4) The Shape of Biblical Worship r Workshop (5) Worship
by the Book r Workshop (6) Worship and Holiness r Work-
shop (7) Worship in Exile, Synagogues and the Early Church
r Workshop r Part II: Historical Patterns: the Interpreta-
tions of Worship (8) Early Patterns for Christian Worship:
Clarifying the Faith r Workshop (9) Reformation Patterns
for Christian Worship: Recovering the Faith r Workshop (10)
Contemporary Patterns for Christian Worship: Keeping the
Faith r Workshop r Glossary r For Further Reading r Subject
Index r Scripture Index
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March 2013
288 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-3990-2,
$26.00
Related Titles
The Parables of Jesus,
David Wenham,
978-0-8308-1286-8,
$20.00
Reclaiming the Old
Testament for Chris-
tian Preaching,
Edited by Grenville
J. R. Kent, Paul J.
Kissling, Laurence
A. Turner, 978-0-
8308-3887-5, $23.00
PREACHI NG THE
NEW TESTAMENT
Edited by IAN PAUL & DAVID WENHAM
Pastoral Resources
Edited by Ian Paul, David Wenham
Preaching the New Testament
You will nd in this collection of essays a treasure
trove of convictions and insights about preaching the
New Testament that can nourish, challenge and enrich
any pastors sermons.
Mark Labberton, Fuller Theological Seminary
Editors Ian Paul and David Wenham present this collection
of scholarly reuections on preaching from the New Testa-
ment. It covers the main texts and genres, and also includes
chapters on the infancy narratives, parables, miracles,
ethics, future hope and judgment, archaeology and history,
and hermeneutics.
Ian Paul is dean of studies at St. Johns College in
Nottingham, England. He chairs the Revelation Seminar at
the annual British New Testament Conference.
David Wenham (Ph.D., Manchester) is senior lecturer in
New Testament at Trinity College, Bristol. He is the author
of Paul: Follower of Jesus or Founder of Christianity?
Contents Contributors r Abbreviations r Introduction by
Ian Paul and David Wenham (1) Preaching the Gospels by
D. A. Carson (2) Preaching on the Infancy Narratives by
R. T. France (3) Preaching Jesus Parables by Klyne
Snodgrass (4) Preaching the Miracles of Jesus by Stephen I.
Wright (5) Preaching the Sermon on the Mount by David
Wenham (6) The Challenges and Opportunities for
Preaching from the Acts of the Apostles by Christoph Sten-
schke (7) Preaching Pauls Letters by Justin K. Hardin and
Jason Maston (8) Preaching from the Pastoral Epistles by
I. Howard Marshall (9) The Challenge and Opportunity of
Preaching Hebrews by Charles A. Anderson (10) Preaching
the General Epistles by Mariam J. Kamell (11) Preaching
from the Book of Revelation by Ian Paul (12) How Archae-
ology and History Can Help with New Testament Preaching
by Peter Oakes (13) Preaching the Ethics of the New Testa-
ment by John Nolland (14) Preaching Hope and Judgment
by Stephen Travis (15) The Hermeneutics of Relationship
by William Olhausen (16) The Role of Exegesis and Biblical
Texts in Preaching the New Testament by Helge Stadelmann
(17) Preaching the Gospel from the Gospels by Paul Weston
r Index of Scripture References
26 IVP ACADEMIC Spring 2013
Bob Burns, Tasha Chapman, Donald C. Guthrie
Resilient Ministry
What Pastors Told Us About Surviving and Thriving
Why does one well-equipped, well-meaning person in
ministry succeed while another fails? Bob Burns, Tasha
Chapman and Donald Guthrie undertook a hve-year inten-
sive research project on the frontlines of pastoral ministry to
answer that question. What they found was nothing less than
the DNA of thriving ministry today.
Bob Burns is the dean of lifelong learning and associate
professor of education ministries at Covenant Theological
Seminary in St. Louis. Tasha D. Chapman is asso-
ciate dean of lifelong learning and adjunct professor of
educational ministries at Covenant Seminary. Donald C.
Guthrie is professor of educational ministries at Trinity
Evangelical Divinity School in Deerheld, Illinois.
March 2013
304 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308- 4103-5, $17.00
Pastoral Resources
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Andrew Root
The Relational Pastor
Sharing in Christ by Sharing Ourselves
Practical theologian Andrew Root deconstructs relational
ministry as we have come to understand it, calling for a
new breed of empathic minister to take the helm in our
churches. Bringing current practice in touch with incar-
national theology, Root searches for a more robust under-
standing of the relationships that make up the body of
Christ.
Andrew Root (Ph.D., Princeton Theological Seminary)
is in the Baalson Olson Chair as associate professor of
youth and family ministry at Luther Seminary (St. Paul,
Minnesota). A former Young Life staffworker, he has served
in churches and social service agencies as a youth outreach
associate and a gang prevention counselor.
April 2013
256 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308- 4102-8, $18.00
S H A R I N G I N C H R I S T
B Y S H A R I N G O U R S E L V E S
A N D R E W R O O T
T H E
R E L A T I O N A L
P A S T O R
Pastoral Resources
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Mark Labberton
Foreword by John Ortberg
The Dangerous Act of Worship
Living Gods Call to Justice
In this prophetic call to the contemporary church, Mark
Labberton redehnes Christian worship in the language of
justice. He calls us away from individualized worship and
into worshiping communities that give expression to righ-
teousness and justice.
Mark Labberton (Th.D., University of Cambridge) is
Lloyd John Ogilvie chair for preaching and director of the
Lloyd John Ogilvie Institute for Preaching at Fuller Theolog-
ical Seminary in Pasadena, California. Previously Labberton
served as senior pastor at First Presbyterian Church of
Berkeley, Berkeley, California, for sixteen years.
Now in Paperback!
200 pages, paperback, 5978-0-8308-3414-3, $15.00
MA RK LA B B E RTON
Living Gods Call to Justice
THE DANGEROUS ACT OF
WORSHI P
Foreword by JOHN ORTBERG
Pastoral Resources
RICHARD J. GOOSSEN
AND R. PAUL STEVENS
ENTREPRENEURIAL
Finding Your Calling, Making a Difference
LEADERSHIP
Richard J. Goossen, R. Paul Stevens
Entrepreneurial Leadership
Finding Your Calling, Making a Difference
Responding to what they see as an entrepreneurial black
hole in the church today, Richard Goossen and R. Paul
Stevens present a theologically robust vision of Christian
entrepreneurship that seeks to enfranchise a strategic class
of parishioners on behalf of their congregations.
Richard J. Goossen (Ph.D., Middlesex University)
is a serial new venture founder, strategic advisor, lawyer,
researcher, author, professor and professional public
speaker. He is director of Entrepreneurial Leadership,
Transforming Business, a research and development center
at the University of Cambridge, UK.
R. Paul Stevens is professor emeritus of marketplace
theology and leadership at Regent College, Vancouver,
British Columbia, and a marketplace ministry mentor.
May 2013
210 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-3773-1, $18.00
Pastoral Resources
28 IVP ACADEMIC Spring 2013
Kyle Strobel
Formed for the Glory of God
Learning from the Spiritual Practices of Jonathan Edwards
From the sovereignty principle to an Edwardsian
retreat, Kyle has given a gift that will be a means of
grace for many.
John Ortberg
A rich distillation of this remarkable American
divines spiritual vision. . . . What a distinctively evan-
gelical piety has looked like in the past and why that
pattern is still of great value today.
Michael A. G. Haykin, The Southern Baptist
Theological Seminary
Kyle Strobel mines the work of Jonathan Edwards in search
of the Puritan ministers personal vision for spiritual devel-
opment. In Edwards, Strobel writes, we hnd a grasp of
spiritual formation that tries to balance deep thought with
deep passion . . . a life of love with the contemplation of
divine things.
Kyle Strobel (Ph.D., University of Aberdeen) is professor
of theology at Grand Canyon University. He is also the
co-founder and director of Metamorpha Ministries, a
ministry committed to fostering community among people
who want to grow their relationship with Christ. He is the
author of Metamorpha: Jesus as a Way of Life.
Contents Acknowledgments r Introduction r Part I:
A Journey into Beauty (1) A Journey to See Clearly (2)
Mapping the Way of Love (3) Walking in Affection r Part
II: Tools for the Journey (4) Spiritual Disciplines as Means
of Grace (5) Knowledge of God and Knowledge of Self (6)
Meditation and Contemplation (7) Jonathan Edwardss
Spiritual Practices r Conclusion r Appendix 1: Praying with
Jonathan Edwards r Appendix 2: Practicing Conference
with Jonathan Edwards r Appendix 3: Going on Retreat with
Jonathan Edwards r Appendix 4: The Jonathan Edwards
Project r Abbreviations
F O R ME D FOR THE
G L O R Y OF G O D
L e a r n i n g f r o m t h e S p i r i t u a l
P r a c t i c e s o f J o n a t h a n E d wa r d s
K Y L E S T R O B E L
Spiritual Formation
June 2013
192 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-5653-4,
$16.00
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Kalantzis, 978-0-
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Just Spirituality
How Faith Practices Fuel Social Action
MAE E L I S E C ANNON
Author of Social Justice Handbook
Mae Elise Cannon
Just Spirituality
How Faith Practices Fuel Social Action
Mae Elise Cannon opens the annals of activist history to see
if there is a correlation between great acts of compassion
and advocacy and great depths of prayer. Looking at the
lives of Mother Teresa, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Martin Luther
King Jr. and others, Cannon hnds a depth of spiritual prac-
tice at the root of courageous social action.
Mae Elise Cannon (M.Div., North Park Theological
Seminary; M.B.A., School of Business & Nonproht Manage-
ment at North Park University) is the executive director of
El Karma Ministries in Pompano Beach, Florida, a ministry
focused on bridging the divide between Christians around
the world and the community of Christ followers in the
Middle East. She is the author of Social Justice Handbook.
February 2013
208 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-3775-5, $16.00
Spiritual Formation
Spiritual Formation
Alan Fadling
An Unhurried Life
Following Jesus Rhythms of Work and Rest
Spiritual director and recovering speed addict Alan
Fadling leads readers in a disarming meditation on the
unhurried life. Following the framework of Jesus earthly
life, Fadling shows how the work of unhurrying ourselves is
central to our spiritual development in such pivotal areas as
resisting temptation, caring for others, praying and making
disciples.
Alan Fadling (M. Div., Fuller Theological Seminary) is
associate director of The Leadership Institute in Orange,
California, a ministry that trains Christian leaders to inte-
grate spiritual formation and leadership development. A
certihed spiritual director, Fadling has also taught courses
on spiritual formation at Hope International University.
June 2013
192 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-3573-7, $15.00
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Recent Releases
David Hansen
The Art of Pastoring (Revised Edition)
Leading us well beyond the niceties of self-help literature, pastor David Hansen
pulls back the veil on the actual pastoratethe one that emerges without your
permission in the midst of life and ministry. In this revised and expanded
edition, Hansen expands on his view of the pastor as a parable of Jesus and
adds a new postlude.
224 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308- 4104-2, $16.00 / IVP Praxis
Edited by Julia E. M. Cameron
Foreword by S. Douglas Birdsall
Christ Our Reconciler
Here are the collected presentations from the Third Lausanne Congress in Cape
Town, South Africaa historic event convened in 2010 that brought delegates
from some two hundred nations to cast a new vision for world evangelization in
the third millennium.
219 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-3776-2, $18.00 / IVP Books
Cyril of Alexandria
Translated by David R. Maxwell, Edited by Joel C. Elowsky
Commentary on John, Volume 1
In the latest addition to the Ancient Christian Texts series, David Maxwell
renders a service to students of patristics and New Testament studies alike. The
hrst complete English translation of Cyril of Alexandrias Commentary on John
since the nineteenth century, this volume unveils one of the brightest lights in
the Alexandrian tradition.
400 pages, hardcover, 978-0-8308-2911-8, $60.00 / IVP Academic
Aaron Chalmers
Exploring the Religion of Ancient Israel
Aaron Chalmers examines the major religious ofhces mentioned in the Old
Testament (including prophet, priest, sage and king) alongside the beliefs and
practices of the common peoplegiving students a unique introduction to the
religious and social world of ancient Israel.
176 pages, casebound, 978-0-8308-2545-5, $30.00 / IVP Academic
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Recent Releases
Edited by Chad Meister, James K. Dew Jr.
God and Evil
Chad Meister and James Dew Jr. edit this volume in which leading thinkers in
Christian philosophy and apologetics take on the problem of evil and suffering.
Essays from Paul Copan, Gary Habermas, Francis Collins and others provide
hrst-rate critical engagement with the New Atheists and offer grounds for
renewed conhdence in the God who is acquainted with grief.
360 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-3784-7, $20.00 / IVP Books
Edited by R. Keith Loftin
God and Morality
Editor R. Keith Loftin provides a forum for proponents of fours views on the
nature of morality (two Christian and two atheist/agnostic) to state their case,
respond to the others, and then provide a response. Views include: naturalist
moral non-realism, naturalist moral realism, moral essentialism and moral
particularism.
180 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-3984-1, $22.00 / IVP Academic
Janis Bragan Balda, Wesley D. Balda
Handbook for Battered Leaders
Using Pauls second letter to the Corinthian church as a classic management
case study, Janis and Wes Balda identify the contributing factors to organi-
zational conuict, particularly in ministry, and highlight solutions for a more
healthy, constructive common commitment.
223 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-5678-7, $16.00 / IVP Books
Holly Catterton Allen, Christine Lawton Ross
Intergenerational Christian Formation
Holly Allen and Christine Ross offer a complete framework for intentional
intergenerational Christian formation in the church. Providing theoretical
foundations and case studies of intergenerational congregations, this book
offers hope that worship, learning, community and service can all be achieved
intergenerationally.
330 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-3981-0, $22.00 / IVP Academic
32 IVP ACADEMIC Spring 2013
Recent Releases
Edited by David G. Firth, Philip S. Johnston
Interpreting Deuteronomy
David Firth and Philip S. Johnston edit this new collection of essays from
the vanguard of Old Testament studies. Beginning with the unique literary
and theological dimensions of Deuteronomy, these essays open up the major
approaches, issues and debates occupying todays best evangelical interpreters.
288 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-3989-6, $28.00 / IVP Academic
Alex McLellan
A Jigsaw Guide to Making Sense of the World
Ravi Zacharias associate Alex McLellan shares his proven method for training
and empowering Christian apologists. Exploring competing views of truth and
the nature of doubt, he encourages potential truth-tellers to proceed in piecing
their worldview togethertrusting that these fragments of truth will become the
outlines of a far greater picture.
180 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-3781-6, $15.00 / IVP Books
Larry R. Helyer
The Life and Witness of Peter
Larry R. Helyer embarks on a comprehensive study of a much neglected hgure
in New Testament studies. Reconstructing Peters life, theology and legacy from
evidence in 1 and 2 Peter, the Gospels, Acts, Pauls letters and texts from the
early church, Helyer renders a great service to all students of the New Testament.
329 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-3982-7, $26.00 / IVP Academic
Valerie E. Hess, Lane M. Arnold
The Life of the Body
Jesus had a body. Beginning with this simple reminder, spiritual formation
experts Valerie Hess and Lane Arnold look at how we relate as physical beings in
a material world and how that forms our inner life. Filled with creative exercises,
this book brings you into a new relationship with food, worship, the seasons, the
planet and more.
192 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-3571-3, $15.00 / Formatio
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Recent Releases
Gerald Rau
Mapping the Origins Debate
This unique textbook by Gerald Rau surveys the six predominant models
currently used to explain the origins of creation, of life, of species and of
humans. Alongside his judicious account of the debate as a whole, Rau equips
students with critical tools for evaluating the individual philosophies of science
in play.
237 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-3987-2, $18.00 / IVP Academic
E. Randolph Richards, Brandon J. OBrien
Misreading Scripture with Western Eyes
Brandon OBrien and Randy Richards shed light on the ways that Western
readers often misunderstand the cultural dynamics of the Bible. Identifying
nine areas where commonplaces of modern Western thought diverge with the
text, the authors ask us to reconsider long-held opinions about our most beloved
book.
240 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-3782-3, $16.00 / IVP Books
Ross Hastings
Missional God, Missional Church
Building on the works of David Bosch, Lesslie Newbigin and others, Ross Hast-
ings delivers a comprehensive theology of mission founded on the trinitarian
doctrine of God and a dehant optimism about the possible re-evangelization of
the Western world.
355 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-3955-1, $24.00 / IVP Academic
Andrew G. Shead
A Mouth Full of Fire
Andrew Shead examines Jeremiahs commissioning, embodiment of the word of
God, covenant preaching and oracles of hope. He shows how a differentiation
between the divine word and the prophets words enables the word of God to
function as an organizing center for the books theology.
321 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-2630-8, $27.00 / IVP Academic
34 IVP ACADEMIC Spring 2013
Recent Releases
Calvin Miller
The Path of Celtic Prayer
Calvin Miller introduces six types of Celtic prayer that teach you how to pray
out of the circumstances and uncertainties of your own life. With traditional
examples of each type of prayer, the book also includes a historical and spiritual
overview of Celtic spirituality.
170 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-3574-4, $15.00 / Formatio
Edited by Robert L. Plummer, John Mark Terry
Pauls Missionary Methods
Robert L. Plummer and John Mark Terry edit this collection of entry points into
the missionary methods of the apostle Paul. Conducting a major reappraisal
of Roland Allens Missionary Methods: St. Pauls or Ours? Michael Bird, Eckhard
Schnabel and others reconsider the relevance of Pauls missionary activities for
the church today.
252 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-5707-4, $22.00 / IVP Academic
Stephen R. Holmes
The Quest for the Trinity
Stephen Holmes tells the saga of the Christian doctrine of God, hoping to
provide some reuective distance on todays revival in trinitarian studies. We
witness the churchs discovery of the doctrine from Scripture, its crucial patristic
developments, its medieval and Reformation continuity and its fortunes since
the advent of modernity.
231 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-3986-5, $26.00 / IVP Academic
Stephen S. Smalley
The Revelation to John
Stephen S. Smalley demonstrates the fruitfulness of reading Johns Apocalypse
like a two-act drama with a marked sevenfold patterning. His theological
and literary analysis of the Greek text puts Revelation squarely in the hands of
contemporary readers, demonstrating its power to transcend barriers of culture
and history. Now in paperback.
xviii + 633 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-2924-8, $40.00 / IVP Academic
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Recent Releases
Richard H. Cox
Foreword by Dan G. Blazer
Rewiring Your Preaching
Psychologist and pastor Richard Cox calls on the best modern neuroscience to
prove that a better understanding of the brain can transform your preaching.
Arguing that the sermon is a highly-charged cognitive event, Cox explains the
role of brain stimuli in such crucial pastoral tasks as delivering comfort and
provoking moral action.
192 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308- 4101-1, $16.00 / IVP Praxis
Angela M. Sabates
Social Psychology in Christian Perspective
Angela Sabates offers a well-researched social psychology textbook that makes
full use of the unique view of human persons coming down to us from the
Christian tradition. She highlights Christian contributions to a wide range of
questions from the dynamics of persuasion to the social psychology of violence.
528 pages, casebound, 978-0-8308-3988-9, $35.00 / CAPS Books
Randal Rauser
The Swedish Atheist, the Scuba Diver and Other
Apologetic Rabbit Trails
Were invited to sit at the table with Randal Rauser as he and his atheist counter-
point, Sheridan, engage in a real-world apologetic dialogue. As we follow them
down rabbit trails and through personal revelations, we experience a paradigm
shift in apologeticswhere a familiar quibble over terms becomes a mutual
apprenticeship with the truth.
229 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-3778-6, $16.00 / IVP Books
Virginia Todd Holeman
Theology for Better Counseling
Seeking an adequate response to the theological disequilibrium of many of
her patients, Virginia Todd Holeman set out to explore the connections between
theology and the practice of counseling. Her trinitarian reuections will help
students and practitioners create new pathways between theology and therapy.
208 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-3972-8, $20.00 / IVP Academic
36 IVP ACADEMIC Spring 2013
Recent Releases
Michael P. Knowles
The Unfolding Mystery of the Divine Name
In this eloquent meditation, Michael Knowles leads us progressively through the
facets of Gods name as it is disclosed in Exodus 34:5-9. He sounds the depths of
the passage in its original setting, listening for its echoes elsewhere in Scripture
and in the rabbinic and Islamic traditions.
254 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-3985-8, $22.00 / IVP Academic
Paul Borthwick
Foreword by Femi B. Adeleye
Western Christians in Global Mission
Paul Borthwick brings an urgent report on how the Western church can best
continue in global mission. Providing current analysis of the state of the world
and Majority World opinion, Borthwick offers concrete advice for Western
churches that want to avoid the pitfalls of colonialism.
224 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-3780-9, $15.00 / IVP Books
Steve Addison
Foreword by Ed Stetzer
What Jesus Started
Sometimes we get so caught up in the power of Jesus shouting from the cross, It
is hnished! that we forget that Jesus started something too. Uncovering the inner
dynamics of Jesus work with the disciples, veteran church planter Steve Addison
reminds us that Christianity is a movement with a unique design for expansion.
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Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture (ACCS)
Edited by Thomas C. Oden, this twenty-nine-volume series compiles the best early Christian
exegesis from the second through the eighth centuries on the Old and New Testaments plus
the Apocrypha.
Individual titles include
Isaiah 4066 (OT Volume 11)
Edited by Mark W. Elliott. xxxi + 349
pages, hardcover, 978-0-8308-1481-7,
$50.00
Jeremiah, Lamentations
(OT Volume 12) Edited by Dean O.
Wenthe. 373 pages, hardcover, 978-0-
8308-1482-4, $50.00
Ezekiel, Daniel (OT Volume 13)
Edited by Kenneth Stevenson and
Michael Glerup. xviii + 378 pages,
hardcover, 978-0-8308-1483-1, $50.00
The Twelve Prophets
(OT Volume 14) Edited by Alberto
Ferreiro. xxvi + 366 pages, hardcover,
978-0-8308-1484-8, $50.00
Apocrypha (OT Volume 15)
Edited by Sever J. Voicu. xxviii + 547
pages, hardcover, 978-0-8308-1485-5,
$50.00
Matthew 113 (NT Volume 1a)
Edited by Manlio Simonetti. lii + 326
pages, hardcover, 978-0-8308-1486-2,
$50.00
Matthew 1428 (NT Volume 1b)
Edited by Manlio Simonetti.
xvi + 344 pages, hardcover, 978-0-8308-
1469-5, $50.00
Mark (NT Volume 2) Edited by
Thomas C. Oden and Christopher A.
Hall. xxxvi + 284 pages, hardcover,
978-0-8308-1418-3, $50.00
Luke (NT Volume 3) Edited by
Arthur Just Jr. xxviii + 444 pages, hard-
cover, 978-0-8308-1488-6, $50.00
John 110 (NT Volume 4a) Edited
by Joel C. Elowsky. 421 pages, hard-
cover, 978-0-8308-1489-3, $50.00
John 1121 (NT Volume 4b)
Edited by Joel C. Elowsky. xviii + 462
pages, hardcover, 978-0-8308-1099-4,
$50.00
Acts (NT Volume 5) Edited by
Francis Martin. xxvi + 368 pages, hard-
cover, 978-0-8308-1490-9, $50.00
Romans (NT Volume 6) Edited
by Gerald L. Bray. xxviii + 406 pages,
hardcover, 978-0-8308-1356-8, $50.00
12 Corinthians (NT Volume 7)
Edited by Gerald L. Bray. xxiii + 349
pages, hardcover, 978-0-8308-2492-2,
$50.00
Galatians, Ephesians, Philip-
pians (NT Volume 8) Edited by
Mark J. Edwards. xxvi + 318 pages,
hardcover, 978-0-8308-2493-9, $50.00
Colossians, 12 Thessalo-
nians, 12 Timothy, Titus,
Philemon (NT Volume 9) Edited
by Peter Gorday. xxxiv + 346 pages,
hardcover, 978-0-8308-1494-7, $50.00
Hebrews (NT Volume 10) Edited
by Erik M. Heen and Philip D. W.
Krey. xxvi + 292 pages, hardcover,
978-0-8308-1495-4, $50.00
James, 12 Peter, 13 John,
Jude (NT Volume 11) Edited by
Gerald L. Bray. xxx + 288 pages, hard-
cover, 978-0-8308-1496-1, $50.00
Revelation (NT Volume 12) Edited
by William C. Weinrich. xxxii + 454
pages, hardcover, 978-0-8308-1497-8,
$50.00
Ancient Christian
Commentary on
Scripture CD-ROM
Complete Set (ACCS)
General editor Thomas C. Oden.
Windows Version: 1 CD-ROM,
978-0-8308-2480-9, $385.00
Macintosh Version: 1 CD-ROM
978-0-8308-2477-9, $385.00
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Ancient Christian Texts (ACT)
Ancient Christian Texts is a series of new translationsmost of which are here presented
in English for the hrst timethat provides readers with the resources they need to study
for themselves the key writings of the early church. The texts represented are full-length
commentaries or sermon series based on biblical books or extended scriptural passages.
Individual titles include
Incomplete Commentary
on Matthew (Opus imper-
fectum), Volume 1 Translated
by James A. Kellerman. Edited by
Thomas C. Oden. xxvi + 213 pages,
hardcover, 978-0-8308-2901-9, $60.00
Incomplete Commentary
on Matthew (Opus imper-
fectum), Volume 2 Translated
by James A. Kellerman. Edited
by Thomas C. Oden. xxvi + 228
pages, hardcover, 978-0-8308-2902-6,
$60.00
Commentary on the Gospel of
John By Theodore of Mopsuestia.
Translated by Marco Conti. Edited
by Joel C. Elowsky. xxx + 172 pages,
hardcover, 978-0-8308-2906-4, $60.00
Commentaries on Romans
and 12 Corinthians By Ambro-
siaster. Edited and translated by
Gerald L. Bray. 300 pages, hardcover,
978-0-8308-2903-3, $60.00
Commentaries on Galatians
Philemon By Ambrosiaster.
Edited and translated by Gerald L.
Bray. xxii + 166 pages, hardcover,
978-0-8308-2904-0, $60.00
Homilies on Numbers By
Origen. Translated by Thomas P.
Scheck. Edited by Christopher A.
Hall. 196 pages, hardcover, 978-0-
8308-2905-7, $60.00
Commentaries on Genesis
13 By Severian of Gabala, Bede
the Venerable. Translated by
Robert C. Hill, Carmen S. Hardin.
Edited by Michael Glerup. 162
pages, hardcover, 978-0-8308-2907-1,
$60.00
Greek Commentaries on
Revelation By Oecumenius,
Andrew of Caesarea. Translated
by William C. Weinrich. Edited by
Thomas C. Oden. 212 pages, hard-
cover, 978-0-8308-2908-8, $60.00
Latin Commentaries on
Revelation By Victorinus of
Petovium, Apringius of Beja,
Caesarius of Arles, Bede the Vener-
able. Edited and translated by
William C. Weinrich. l + 201 pages,
hardcover, 978-0-8308-2909-5, $60.00
Commentary on Jeremiah
By Jerome. Translated by Michael
Graves. Edited by Christopher A.
Hall. 232 pages, hardcover, 978-0-
8308-2910-1, $60.00
Commentary on John,
Volume 1 By Cyril of Alexandria.
Translated by David R. Maxwell.
Edited by Joel C. Elowsky. 400 pages,
hardcover, 978-0-8308-2911-8, $60.00
Ancient Christian Doctrine Series (ACD)
This exciting hve-volume series, edited by Thomas C. Oden, follows up on the acclaimed
Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture to provide patristic commentary on the Nicene
Creed.
Individual titles include
We Believe in One God Edited
by Gerald L. Bray. xlii + 159 pages,
hardcover, 978-0-8308-2531-8, $50.00
We Believe in One Lord Jesus
Christ Edited by John Anthony
McGuckin. xxii + 191 pages, hard-
cover, 978-0-8308-2532-5, $50.00
We Believe in the Crucied
and Risen Lord Edited by Mark J.
Edwards. 194 pages, hardcover,
978-0-8308-2533-2, $50.00
We Believe in the Holy Spirit
Edited by Joel C. Elowsky. 309 pages,
hardcover, 978-0-8308-2534-9, $50.00
We Believe in One Holy
Catholic and Apostolic
Church Edited by Angelo Di
Berardino. 368 pages, hardcover,
978-0-8308-2535-6, $50.00
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OLD TESTAMENT SERIES
The Message of Genesis 111
David J. Atkinson. 190 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-8308-1229-5, $17.00
The Message of Genesis 1250
Joyce G. Baldwin. 224 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-87784-298-9, $18.00
The Message of Exodus J. A.
Motyer. 329 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308-2427-4, $19.00
The Message of Leviticus
Derek Tidball. 329 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308-2431-1, $19.00
The Message of Numbers
Raymond Brown. 310 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-8308-2428-1, $19.00
The Message of Deuteronomy
Raymond Brown. 331 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-8308-1234-9, $19.00
The Message of Judges
Michael Wilcock. 175 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-8308-1232-5, $17.00
The Message of Ruth
David J. Atkinson. 128 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-87784-294-1, $17.00
The Message of Samuel
Mary J. Evans. 286 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308-2429-8, $18.00
The Message of Kings John W.
Olley. 378 pages, paperback, 978-0-
8308-2435-9, $20.00
The Message of Chronicles
Michael Wilcock. 288 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-87784-299-6, $18.00
The Message of Ezra & Haggai
Robert Fyall. 190 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308-2432-8, $16.00
The Message of Nehemiah
Raymond Brown. 256 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-8308-1242-4, $18.00
The Message of Esther
David G. Firth. 144 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308-2433-5, $18.00
The Message of Job
David J. Atkinson. 188 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-8308-1230-1, $17.00
The Message of Psalms 172
Michael Wilcock. 255 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-8308-1244-8, $18.00
The Message of Psalms
73150 Michael Wilcock. 288
pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-1245-5,
$18.00
The Message of Proverbs
David J. Atkinson. 173 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-8308-1239-4, $17.00
The Message of Ecclesiastes
Derek Kidner. 110 pages, paperback,
978-0-87784-286-6, $16.00
The Message of the Song of
Songs Tom Gledhill. 254 pages,
paperback, 978-0-8308-1235-6,
$18.00
The Message of Isaiah
Barry G. Webb. 252 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308-1240-0, $18.00
The Message of Jeremiah
Derek Kidner. 176 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308-1225-7, $17.00
The Message of Ezekiel
Christopher J. H. Wright. 368
pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-2425-0,
$19.00
The Message of Daniel
Ronald S. Wallace. 200 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-87784-285-9, $18.00
The Message of Hosea
Derek Kidner. 142 pages, paperback,
978-0-87784-290-3, $16.00
The Message of Amos
J. A. Motyer. 208 pages, paperback,
978-0-87784-283-5, $18.00
The Message of Obadiah,
Nahum and Zephaniah Gordon
Bridger. 307 pages, paperback, 978-0-
8308-2434-2, $18.00
The Message of Jonah
Rosemary Nixon. 220 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-8308-2426-7, $18.00
The Message of Joel, Micah
& Habakkuk
David Prior. 279 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308-1241-7, $18.00
The Bible Speaks Today Commentary Series (BST)
Edited by J. A. Motyer and John R. W. Stott, this series
is characterized by what Stott called a threefold ideal
. . . to expound the biblical text with accuracy, to
relate it to contemporary life and to be readable.
Individual titles include
Apollos Old Testament Commentary Series (AOTC)
Edited by David W. Baker and Gordon J. Wenham, the Apollos Old Testament Commentary
aims to take with equal seriousness the divine and human aspects of Scripture.
Individual titles include
Leviticus
(vol. 3)
Nobuyoshi
Kiuchi. 538
pages, hard-
cover, 978-0-8308-2503-5, $40.00
Deuteronomy (vol. 5) J. Gordon
McConville. 544 pages, hardcover,
978-0-8308-2505-9, $40.00
Joshua (vol. 6) Pekka Pitknen.
454 pages, hardcover, 978-0-8308-
2506-6, $40.00
1 & 2 Samuel (vol. 8) David G.
Firth. 614 pages, hardcover, 978-0-
8308-2508-0, $40.00
Ecclesiastes & the Song
of Songs (vol. 16) Daniel C.
Fredericks and Daniel J. Estes. 472
pages, hardcover, 978-0-8308-2515-8,
$40.00
Daniel (vol. 20) Ernest C. Lucas.
359 pages, hardcover, 978-0-8308-
2519-6, $40.00
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The Bible Speaks Today Commentary Series (continued)
The Message of Zechariah
Barry G. Webb. 188 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308-2430-4, $17.00
NEW TESTAMENT SERIES
The Message of the Sermon
on the Mount John R. W. Stott.
238 pages, paperback, 978-0-87784-
296-5, $18.00
The Message of Matthew
Michael Green. 343 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-8308-1243-1, $19.00
The Message of Mark
Donald English. 254 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-8308-1231-8, $18.00
The Message of Luke
Michael Wilcock. 215 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-87784-291-0, $18.00
The Message of John
Bruce Milne. 352 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308-1233-2, $19.00
The Message of Acts
John R. W. Stott. 428 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-8308-1236-3, $20.00
The Message of Romans
John R. W. Stott. 432 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-8308-1246-2, $20.00
The Message of 1 Corin thians
David Prior. 311 pages, paperback,
978-0-87784-297-2, $19.00
The Message of 2 Corin thians
Paul Barnett. 188 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308-1228-8, $17.00
The Message of Galatians
John R. W. Stott. 204 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-87784-288-0, $18.00
The Message of Ephesians
John R. W. Stott. 311 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-87784-287-3, $19.00
The Message of Philippians
J. A. Motyer. 234 pages, paperback,
978-0-87784-310-8, $18.00
The Message of Colossians &
Philemon R. C. Lucas. 191 pages,
paperback, 978-0-87784-284-2, $17.00
The Message of 1 & 2 Thes-
salonians John R. W. Stott. 218
pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-1237-0,
$18.00
The Message of 1 Timothy
& Titus John R. W. Stott. 232 pages,
paperback, 978-0-8308-1247-9, $18.00
The Message of 2 Timothy
John R. W. Stott. 127 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-87784-295-8, $16.00
The Message of Hebrews
Raymond Brown. 272 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-87784-289-7, $18.00
The Message of James
J. A. Motyer. 214 pages, paperback,
978-0-87784-292-7, $18.00
The Message of 1 Peter
Edmund Clowney. 250 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-8308-1227-1, $18.00
The Message of 2 Peter &
Jude R. C. Lucas and Christopher
Green. 270 pages, paperback, 978-0-
8308-1238-7, $18.00
The Message of Johns Letters
David Jackman. 214 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308-1226-4, $18.00
The Message of Revelation
Michael Wilcock. 240 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-87784-293-4, $18.00
The Bible Speaks Today New
Testament CD-ROM
Edited by John Stott.
Windows Version:
978-0-8308-2448-9, $115.00
Macintosh Version:
978-0-8308-2449-6, $115.00
The Bible Speaks Today Bible Themes Series (BSTT)
As a companion to The Bible Speaks Today commentaries, each volume of this series focuses on
the message of key biblical texts supporting a facet of Christian doctrine. Edited by Derek Tidball.
Individual titles include
The Message
of Creation
David Wilkinson.
296 pages,
paperback, 978-0-8308-2405-2, $20.00
The Message of Heaven &
Hell Bruce Milne. 352 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-8308-2406-9, $20.00
The Message of Holiness
Derek Tidball. 288 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308-2412-0, $20.00
The Message of Mission
Howard Peskett and Vinoth
Ramachandra. 288 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308-2407-6, $20.00
The Message of Prayer
Timothy Chester. 272 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-8308-2408-3, $20.00
The Message of Salvation
Philip G. Ryken. 314 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-8308-2404-5, $20.00
The Message of Sonship
Trevor J. Burke. 244 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-8308-2413-7, $20.00
The Message of the Cross
Derek Tidball. 341 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308-2403-8, $20.00
The Message of the Holy Spirit
Keith Warrington. 260 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308-2411-3, $20.00
The Message of the Living
God Peter Lewis. 356 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-8308-2402-1, $20.00
The Message of the Resur-
rection Paul Beasley-Murray. 269
pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-2401-4,
$20.00
The Message of the Trinity
Brian Edgar. 336 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308-2409-0, $20.00
The Message of the Word
of God Tim Meadowcroft. 284
pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-2414-4,
$20.00
The Message of Women Derek
& Dianne Tidball. 288 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-8308-2436-6, $20.00
(available March 2013)
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NOW IN PAPERBACK! The IVP New Testament Commentary Series (IVPNTC)
Edited by Grant R. Osborne with D. Stuart Briscoe and Haddon Robinson, this series offers a
lucid, passage-by-passage exposition of the biblical text for the contemporary church.
Individual titles include
Matthew (vol. 1) Craig S.
Keener. 444 pages, paperback, 978-0-
8308-4001-4, $20.00
Mark (vol. 2) Ronald J. Kernaghan.
351 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-
4002-1, $18.00
Luke (vol. 3) Darrell L. Bock. 412
pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-4003-8,
$20.00
John (vol. 4) Rodney A. Whitacre.
526 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-
4004-5, $20.00
Acts (vol. 5) William J. Larkin Jr. 422
pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-4005-2,
$20.00
Romans (vol. 6) Grant R. Osborne.
447 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-4006-9,
$20.00
1 Corinthians (vol. 7) Alan F. Johnson.
343 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-4007-6,
$19.00
2 Corinthians (vol. 8) Linda L.
Belleville. 357 pages, paperback, 978-0-
8308-4008-3, $19.00
Galatians (vol. 9) G. Walter Hansen.
212 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-4009-0,
$18.00
Ephesians (vol. 10) Walter L. Liefeld.
178 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-4010-6,
$16.00
Philippians (vol. 11) Gordon D. Fee.
204 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-4011-3,
$17.00
Colossians & Philemon (vol. 12)
Robert W. Wall. 225 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308-4012-0, $18.00
12 Thessalonians (vol. 13)
G. K. Beale. 279 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308-4013-7, $18.00
12 Timothy & Titus (vol. 14)
Philip H. Towner. 271 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-8308-4014-4, $18.00
Hebrews (vol. 15) Ray C. Stedman.
168 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-4015-1,
$16.00
James (vol. 16) George M. Stulac.
206 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-4016-8,
$17.00
1 Peter (vol. 17) I. Howard Marshall.
184 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-4017-5,
$17.00
2 Peter and Jude (vol. 18) Robert
Harvey, Philip H. Towner. 249 pages,
paperback, 978-0-8308-4018-2, $17.00
13 John (vol. 19) Marianne Meye
Thompson. 168 pages, paperback, 978-0-
8308-4019-9, $16.00
Revelation (vol. 20) J. Ramsey
Michaels. 265 pages, paperback, 978-0-
8308-4020-5, $18.00
The IVP New Testament Commentary Series (IVPNTC)
Edited by Grant R. Osborne with D. Stuart Briscoe and Haddon Robinson, this series
expounds the biblical text for the contemporary church.
Individual titles include
Matthew (vol. 1) Craig S.
Keener. 444 pages, hardcover, 978-0-
8308-1801-3, $24.00
2 Corinthians (vol. 8) Linda L.
Belleville. 357 pages, hardcover,
978-0-8308-1808-2, $24.00
James (vol. 16) George M. Stulac.
206 pages, hardcover, 978-0-8308-1816-7,
$22.00
2 Peter & Jude (vol. 18) Robert
Harvey and Philip H. Towner. 249
pages, hardcover, 978-0-8308-1818-1,
$20.00
13 John (vol. 19) Marianne Meye
Thompson. 168 pages, hardcover,
978-0-8308-1819-8, $22.00
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Genesis (vol. 1) Derek Kidner.
236 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-
4201-8, $16.00
Exodus (vol. 2) R. Alan Cole. 249
pages, paperback, 978-0-8308- 4202-5,
$16.00
Leviticus (vol. 3) R. K. Harrison.
254 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-
4203-2, $16.00
Numbers (vol. 4) Gordon J.
Wenham. 192 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308- 4204-9, $16.00
Deuteronomy (vol. 5) J. A.
Thompson. 349 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308- 4205-6, $16.00
Deuteronomy (vol. 5) Edward J.
Woods. 333 pages, paperback, 978-0-
8308- 4281-0, $16.00
Joshua (vol. 6) Richard S. Hess.
352 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-
4206-3, $16.00
Judges and Ruth (vol. 7)
Arthur E. Cundall and Leon L.
Morris. 307 pages, paperback, 978-0-
8308- 4207-0, $16.00
1 and 2 Samuel (vol. 8) Joyce G.
Baldwin. 240 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308- 4208-7, $16.00
1 and 2 Kings (vol. 9) Donald
J. Wiseman. 339 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308- 4209-4, $16.00
1 Chronicles (vol. 10) Martin J.
Selman. 274 pages, paperback, 978-0-
8308- 4210-0, $16.00
2 Chronicles (vol. 11) Martin J.
Selman. 292 pages, paperback, 978-0-
8308- 4211-7, $16.00
Ezra and Nehemiah (vol. 12)
Derek Kidner. 192 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308- 4212-4, $16.00
Esther (vol. 13) Debra Reid. 168
pages, paperback, 978-0-8308- 4213-1,
$16.00
Job (vol. 14) Francis I. Andersen.
318 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-
4214-8, $16.00
Psalms 172 (vol. 15) Derek
Kidner. 196 pages, paperback, 978-0-
8308- 4215-5, $16.00
Psalms 73150 (vol. 16) Derek
Kidner. 242 pages, paperback, 978-0-
8308- 4216-2, $16.00
Proverbs (vol. 17) Derek Kidner.
189 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-
4217-9, $16.00
Ecclesiastes (vol. 18) Michael A.
Eaton. 128 pages, paperback, 978-0-
8308- 4218-6, $16.00
The Song of Solomon (vol. 19)
G. Lloyd Carr. 192 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308- 4219-3, $16.00
Isaiah (vol. 20) J. Alec Motyer. 461
pages, paperback, 978-0-8308- 4220-9,
$16.00
Tyndale Old Testament Commentaries (TOTC)
Tyndale Old Testament Commentaries provide passage-by-passage interpretation in the
transparent style that has become the hallmark of the Tyndale series.
Set of 48 OT and NT volumes, paperback, 978-0-8308- 4229-2, $773.00
Set of 28 OT volumes, paperback, 978-0-8308- 4200-1, $448.00
Individual titles include
Reformation Commentary on Scripture (RCS)
The Reformation Commentary on Scripture (RCS) collects Protestant Reformation reuec-
tions on the entirety of the Bible, chapter by chapter, introducing readers to the depth and
richness of exegetical ferment that dehned the Reformation.
Individual titles include
Genesis 111 Edited by John L.
Thompson. lxx + 389 pages, hard-
cover, 978-0-8308-2951-4, $50.00
Ezekiel, Daniel Edited by
Carl L. Beckwith. lx + 452 pages,
hardcover, 978-0-8308-2962-0,
$50.00
Galatians, Ephesians Edited
by Gerald L. Bray. 446 pages, hard-
cover, 978-0-8308-2973-6, $50.00
Philippians, Colossians
Edited by Graham Tomlin. 400
pages, hardcover, 978-0-8308-2974-3,
$50.00 (available July 2013)
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Commentaries
Matthew (vol. 1) R. T. France.
422 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-
4231-5, $17.00
Mark (vol. 2) R. Alan Cole. 340
pages, paperback, 978-0-8308- 4232-2,
$17.00
Luke (vol. 3) Leon L. Morris. 370
pages, paperback, 978-0-8308- 4233-9,
$17.00
John (vol. 4) Colin G. Kruse. 389
pages, paperback, 978-0-8308- 4234-6,
$17.00
Acts (vol. 5) I. Howard Marshall.
447 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-
4235-3, $17.00
Romans (vol. 6) F. F. Bruce. 283
pages, paperback, 978-0-8308- 4236-0,
$16.00
1 Corinthians (vol. 7) Leon L.
Morris. 238 pages, paperback, 978-0-
8308- 4237-7, $16.00
2 Corinthians (vol. 8) Colin G.
Kruse. 217 pages, paperback, 978-0-
8308- 4238-4, $16.00
Galatians (vol. 9) R. Alan Cole.
242 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-
4239-1, $16.00
Ephesians (vol. 10) Francis
Foulkes. 187 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308- 4240-7, $16.00
Philippians (vol. 11) Ralph P.
Martin. 187 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308- 4241-4, $16.00
Colossians and Philemon
(vol. 12) N. T. Wright. 199 pages,
paperback, 978-0-8308- 4242-1,
$16.00
1 and 2 Thessalonians (vol.
13) Leon L. Morris. 148 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-8308- 4243-8, $16.00
The Pastoral Epistles (vol. 14)
Donald Guthrie. 251 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-8308- 4244-5, $16.00
Hebrews (vol. 15) Donald Guthrie.
281 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-
4245-2, $16.00
James (vol. 16) Douglas J. Moo.
196 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-
4246-9, $16.00
1 Peter (vol. 17) Wayne A.
Grudem. 248 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308- 4247-6, $16.00
2 Peter and Jude (vol. 18)
Michael Green. 221 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-8308- 4248-3, $16.00
The Letters of John (vol. 19)
John Stott. 240 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308- 4249-0, $16.00
Revelation (vol. 20) Leon L.
Morris. 250 pages, paperback, 978-0-
8308- 4250-6, $16.00
Tyndale New Testament Commentaries (TNTC)
Tyndale New Testament Commentaries provide passage-by-passage interpretation in the
transparent style that has become the hallmark of the Tyndale series.
Set of 48 OT and NT volumes, paperback, 978-0-8308- 4229-2, $773.00
Set of 20 NT volumes, paperback, 978-0-8308- 4230-8, $325.00
Individual titles include
Tyndale Old Testament Commentaries (TOTC) (continued)
Jeremiah and Lamentations
(vol. 21) Hetty Lalleman. 384 pages,
paperback, 978-0-8308- 4283-4,
$16.00 (available March 2013)
Jeremiah and Lamentations
(vol. 21) R. K. Harrison. 246 pages,
paperback, 978-0-8308- 4221-6,
$16.00
Ezekiel (vol. 22) John B. Taylor.
277 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-
4222-3, $16.00
Daniel (vol. 23) Joyce G. Baldwin.
232 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-
4223-0, $16.00
Hosea (vol. 24) David Allan
Hubbard. 246 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308- 4224-7, $16.00
Joel and Amos (vol. 25) David
Allan Hubbard. 196 pages, paper-
back, 978-0-8308- 4225-4, $16.00
Obadiah, Jonah, Micah (vol. 26)
T. Desmond Alexander, David W.
Baker, Bruce Waltke. 226 pages,
paperback, 978-0-8308- 4226-1,
$16.00
Nahum, Habakkuk and
Zephaniah (vol. 27) David W.
Baker. 120 pages, paperback, 978-0-
8308- 4227-8, $16.00
Haggai, Zechariah and
Malachi (vol. 28) Joyce G.
Baldwin. 277 pages, paperback,
978-0-8308- 4228-5, $16.00
Haggai, Zechariah and
Malachi (vol. 28) Andrew E. Hill.
304 pages, paperback, 978-0-8308-
4282-7, $16.00
Tyndale Commentaries CD-ROM
Leon L. Morris, Donald J. Wiseman.
Windows Version: 978-0-8308-
4279-7, $260.00
Macintosh Version: 978-0-8308-
4280-3, $260.00
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Series
Christian Foundations (CF)
Donald G. Bloeschs seven-volume
series is a comprehensive
systematic theology for the
twenty-hrst century. Individual
titles include:
The Church, 978-0-8308-2756-5,
$20.00
God the Almighty, 978-0-8308-
2753-4, $20.00
Holy Scripture, 978-0-8308-2752-7, $20.00
The Holy Spirit, 978-0-8308-2755-8, $20.00
Jesus Christ, 978-0-8308-2754-1, $20.00
The Last Things, 978-0-8308-2757-2, $20.00
A Theology of Word & Spirit, 978-0-8308-2751-0, $20.00
Christian Worldview Integration Series (CWI)
Edited by J. P. Moreland and
Francis Beckwith, this series
promotes a robust personal and
conceptual integration of
Christian faith and learning for
the beneht of educators,
students and practitioners.
Individual titles include:
Authentic Communication,
978-0-8308-2815-9, $18.00
Business for the Common Good, 978-0-8308-2816-6, $24.00
Christianity and Literature, 978-0-8308-2817-3, $24.00
Doing Philosophy as a Christian, 978-0-8308-2811-1,
$22.00
Education for Human Flourishing, 978-0-8308-2812-8,
$22.00
Politics for Christians, 978-0-8308-2814-2, $18.00
Psychology in the Spirit, 978-0-8308-2813-5, $30.00
Contours of Christian
Philosophy (CCP)
This series, edited by C. Stephen
Evans, introduces students to
various helds of philosophy,
exploring major issues within
each held and reviewing
possible responses with an ear
toward their implications for
Christian faith and practice.
Individual volumes include:
Epistemology, 978-0-87784-522-5, $16.00
Ethics, 978-0-8308-2803-6, $15.00
Metaphysics, 978-0-87784-341-2, $15.00
Philosophy of Religion, 978-0-8308-3876-9, $17.00
Science & Its Limits, 978-0-8308-1580-7, $18.00
Contours of Christian Theology (CCT)
These concise introductory texts
focus on the main themes of
Christian theology. Individual
volumes, edited by Gerald L.
Bray, include:
The Church, 978-0-8308-1534-0,
$22.00
The Doctrine of God,
978-0-8308-1531-9, $22.00
The Doctrine of Humanity, 978-0-8308-1535-7, $22.00
The Holy Spirit, 978-0-8308-1536-4, $22.00
The Person of Christ, 978-0-8308-1537-1, $22.00
The Providence of God, 978-0-8308-1533-3, $22.00
The Revelation of God, 978-0-8308-1538-8, $22.00
The Work of Christ, 978-0-8308-1532-6, $22.00
Exploring the Bible Series (EB)
These student-friendly
introductions are rooted in
up-to-date scholarship and
actual classroom experience:
Exploring the Old Testament,
Volume 1: A Guide to the Penta-
teuch, 978-0-8308-2541-7,
$30.00
Exploring the Old Testament,
Volume 2: A Guide to the Historical Books,
978-0-8308-2542-4, $27.00
Exploring the Old Testament, Volume 3: A Guide to the
Psalms & Wisdom Literature, 978-0-8308-2543-1,
$30.00
Exploring the Old Testament, Volume 4: A Guide to the
Prophets, 978-0-8308-2544-8, $30.00
Exploring the New Testament, Volume 1: A Guide to
the Gospels & Acts, Second Edition, 978-0-8308-
2539-4, $30.00
Exploring the New Testament, Volume 2: A Guide to the
Letters & Revelation, 978-0-8308-2558-5, $30.00
Exploring the New Testament, Volume 2: A Guide to the
Letters & Revelation, Second Edition, 978-0-8308-
2540-0, $30.00
Exploring the Religion of Ancient Israel, 978-0-8308-
2545-5, $30.00
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Series
The IVP Bible Dictionary Series (IBD)
Unique among reference books
on the Bible, the volumes of The
IVP Bible Dictionary Series bridge
the gap between scholars and
those pastors, teachers, students
and laypeople desiring in-depth
treatment of select topics in an
accessible and summary format.
Volumes include:
Dictionary of the Old Testament: Historical Books,
978-0-8308-1782-5, $60.00
Dictionary of the Old Testament: Pentateuch,
978-0-8308-1781-8, $60.00
Dictionary of the Old Testament: Prophets, 978-0-8308-
1784-9, $60.00
Dictionary of the Old Testament: Wisdom, Poetry & Writ-
ings, 978-0-8308-1783-2, $60.00
Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels, 978-0-8308-1777-1,
$60.00
Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels, Second Edition,
978-0-8308-2456-4, $60.00 (available June 2013)
Dictionary of New Testament Background,
978-0-8308-1780-1, $60.00
Dictionary of Paul and His Letters, 978-0-8308-1778-8,
$60.00
Dictionary of the Later New Testament & Its
Developments, 978-0-8308-1779-5, $60.00
IVP Pocket Reference Series (IPR)
The IVP Pocket Reference Series
was designed for students, pastors
and others who want an aid to
formal or informal study.
Individual titles include:
Pocket Dictionary for the Study of
Biblical Hebrew,
978-0-8308-1458-9, $10.00
Pocket Dictionary for the Study of New
Testament Greek, 978-0-8308-1464-0, $9.00
Pocket Dictionary of Apologetics & Philosophy of Religion,
978-0-8308-1465-7, $8.00
Pocket Dictionary of Biblical Studies, 978-0-8308-1467-1,
$8.00
Pocket Dictionary of Church History, 978-0-8308-2703-9,
$8.00
Pocket Dictionary of Ethics, 978-0-8308-1468-8, $8.00
Pocket Dictionary of Liturgy & Worship,
978-0-8308-2707-7, $8.00
Pocket Dictionary of Theological Terms,
978-0-8308-1449-7, $8.00
Pocket Dictionary of the Reformed Tradition, 978-0-8308-
2708-4, $8.00 (available June 2013)
Pocket Guide to World Religions, 978-0-8308-2705-3,
$8.00
Pocket Handbook of Christian Apologetics,
978-0-8308-2702-2, $8.00
Pocket History of Theology, 978-0-8308-2704-6, $8.00
Pocket History of the Church, 978-0-8308-2701-5, $9.00
IVP Pocket Reference App, iOS or Android,
ivpapps.com, $1.99
Letters and Homilies for Hellenized
Christians Series (LHHC)
Ben Witherington III introduces
a new way to approach the New
Testament documents by
dividing ancient letters and
homilies according to socio-
religious context. Titles include:
Letters and Homilies for Hellenized
Christians, Volume 1,
978-0-8308-2931-6, $40.00
Letters and Homilies for Hellenized Christians, Volume 2,
978-0-8308-2933-0, $35.00
New Studies in Biblical Theology (NSBT)
Edited by D. A. Carson, the NSBT
is a series of monographs that
address key issues in the
discipline of biblical theology.
The series includes:
The Acts of the Risen Lord Jesus,
978-0-8308-2628-5, $24.00
Adopted into Gods Family,
978-0-8308-2623-0, $23.00
Christ, Our Righteousness,
978-0-8308-2609-4, $24.00
A Clear and Present Word, 978-0-8308-2622-3, $22.00
Contagious Holiness, 978-0-8308-2620-9, $24.00
The Cross from a Distance, 978-0-8308-2619-3, $22.00
Dominion and Dynasty, 978-0-8308-2615-5, $24.00
Father, Son and Spirit, 978-0-8308-2625-4, $22.00
Five Festal Garments, 978-0-8308-2610-0, $22.00
From Every People and Nation, 978-0-8308-2616-2,
$22.00
God the Peacemaker, 978-0-8308-2626-1, $26.00
Gods Unfaithful Wife, 978-0-8308-2614-8, $22.00
The God Who Makes Himself Known, 978-0-8308-2629-2,
$24.00
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Series
New Studies in Biblical Theology (NSBT)
(continued)
A Gracious and Compassionate God, 978-0-8308-2627-8,
$22.00
Hear, My Son, 978-0-8308-2604-9, $22.00
Hearing Gods Words, 978-0-8308-2617-9, $24.00
Jesus and the Logic of History, 978-0-8308-2603-2, $22.00
A Mouth Full of Fire, 978-0-8308-2630-8, $27.00
Neither Poverty nor Riches, 978-0-8308-2607-0, $25.00
Now Choose Life, 978-0-8308-2606-3, $24.00
Now My Eyes Have Seen You, 978-0-8308-2612-4, $22.00
Original Sin, 978-0-8308-2605-6, $22.00
Possessed by God, 978-0-8308-2601-8, $22.00
Salvation to the Ends of the Earth, 978-0-8308-2611-7,
$26.00
Sealed with an Oath, 978-0-8308-2624-7, $25.00
Shepherds After My Own Heart, 978-0-8308-2621-6, $26.00
Slave of Christ, 978-0-8308-2608-7, $24.00
The Temple and the Churchs Mission,
978-0-8308-2618-6, $30.00
Thanksgiving, 978-0-8308-2613-1, $22.00
Old Testament Theology (OTT)
John Goldingay explores the Old
Testaments grand vision for
Israel. Individual titles include:
Old Testament Theology, Volume
One: Israels Gospel,
978-0-8308-2561-5, $50.00
Old Testament Theology, Volume
Two: Israels Faith,
978-0-8308-2562-2, $50.00
Old Testament Theology, Volume Three: Israels Life,
978-0-8308-2563-9, $50.00
Resonate Series (RSNT)
In the Resonate series the
Scriptures become a meeting
ground where God is confronted
with the pressing concerns of our
day, and we are confronted in
turn with a fresh experience of
Gods truth:
The Gospel of John, 978-0-8308-
3641-3, $18.00
The Gospel of Matthew,
978-0-8308-3642-0, $18.00
Resources for Reconciliation (RR)
A joint effort by InterVarsity Press
and the Duke Divinity School
Center for Reconciliation, this
series weds theology with
grass-roots issues, addressing
division on local and global levels.
Titles include:
Forgiving As Weve Been Forgiven,
978-0-8308-3455-6, $15.00
Friendship at the Margins, 978-0-8308-3454-9, $15.00
Living Gently in a Violent World, 978-0-8308-3452-5,
$15.00
Living Without Enemies, 978-0-8308-3456-3, $15.00
Making Peace with the Land, 978-0-8308-3457-5, $15.00
Reconciling All Things, 978-0-8308-3451-8, $15.00
Welcoming Justice, 978-0-8308-3453-2, $15.00
Spectrum Series (SPEC)
Spectrum Multiview Books address
controversial topics through an
essay-response format pioneered
by IVP in 1977. Titles include:
Baptism: Three Views,
978-0-8308-3856-1, $16.00
Biblical Hermeneutics: Five Views,
978-0-8308-3963-6, $20.00
Christian Spirituality, 978-0-8308-1278-3, $17.00
Church, State and Public Justice: Five Views,
978-0-8308-2796-1, $19.00
Divine Foreknowledge: Four Views, 978-0-8308-2652-0,
$20.00
Divorce and Remarriage: Four Christian Views,
978-0-8308-1283-7, $20.00
God and Morality: Four Views, 978-0-8308-3984-1,
$22.00
God & Time: Four Views, 978-0-8308-1551-7, $20.00
The Historical Jesus: Five Views, 978-0-8308-3868-4, $26.00
Justication: Five Views, 978-0-8308-3944-5, $25.00
The Lords Supper: Five Views, 978-0-8308-2884-5, $18.00
The Meaning of the Millennium: Four Views,
978-0-87784-794-6, $18.00
The Nature of the Atonement, 978-0-8308-2570-7, $20.00
Predestination & Free Will, 978-0-87784-567-6, $17.00
Psychology & Christianity: Five Views,
978-0-8308-2848-7, $22.00
Science & Christianity: Four Views, 978-0-8308-2262-1,
$20.00
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Series
Spectrum Series (SPEC) (continued)
Two Views of Hell, 978-0-8308-2255-3, $18.00
What About Those Who Have Never Heard?
978-0-8308-1606-4, $16.00
Women in Ministry: Four Views, 978-0-8308-1284-4,
$20.00
Strategic Initiatives in Evangelical
Theology (SIET)
A new series of interdisciplinary
monographs addressing emerging
and controversial subjects in the
evangelical community and in the
academy at large. Titles include:
Addiction and Virtue,
978-0-8308-3901-8, $30.00
The God of the Gospel,
978-0-8308-3904-9, $30.00
(available May 2013)
Incarnational Humanism, 978-0-8308-3903-2, $30.00
Rethinking the Trinity and Religious Pluralism,
978-0-8308-3902-5, $30.00
The Triumph of God over Evil, 978-0-8308-2804-3,
$20.00
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