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Build your library with the Baker Academic Biblical Studies Bundle (190 vols.). Bringing together a wide variety of scholarship by some of the leading biblical scholars today, this collection provides an academically rigorous addition to your bible software library. Covering everything from the cultural and historical context of the Old and New Testaments through difficult interpretive questions raised by the original languages, and even dealing with serious questions in biblical theology, the Baker Academic Biblical Studies Bundle makes available essential resources for anyone serious about studying scripture. With commentary surveys, handbooks on exegesis and hermeneutics, surveys of the Old and New Testaments, practical discussions of textual criticism, the books included here are a wellspring of thoughtful and in-depth exploration of the Bible.

The Baker Academic Biblical Studies Bundle is filled with some of the best work of numerous critically acclaimed scholars of both the Old Testament and the New Testament. Whether you’re sitting in a seminary classroom or standing in front of it, a preaching pastor or an armchair theologian, engage in serious study with this comprehensive bundle.

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Key Features

  • Includes extensive background studies on Old and New Testament times and culture
  • Presents interpretation and exegesis of Scripture
  • Contains insight into the lives and thought of key biblical figures

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Baker Academic New Testament Studies Collection (30 vols.)

  • Publisher: Baker Academic
  • Volumes: 30
  • Pages: 10,285
  • Topic: New Testament

Enhance your New Testament understanding with the Baker Academic New Testament Studies Collection. This library’s 30 volumes of sound, recent scholarship give you fresh insight into essential New Testament topics. Several volumes focus on New Testament interpretation; they provide a look at the Gospel’s historical, theological, literary, narrative, and social elements. This collection offers a glimpse into the lives, works, and ministries of Christ’s apostles—Simon Peter, Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. It also focuses on oft-debated topics, including divorce, the Synoptic problem, Lukan pneumatology, violence, and textual criticism.

Titles Included:

  • The New Testament: A Historical and Theological Introduction by Donald A. Hagner
  • Simon Peter in Scripture and Memory: The New Testament Apostle in the Early Church by Markus Bockmuehl
  • Reading the Gospels Wisely: A Narrative and Theological Introduction by Jonathan T. Pennington
  • The Text of the New Testament: From Manuscript to Modern Edition by J. Harold Greenlee
  • Killing Enmity: Violence and the New Testament by Thomas R. Yoder Neufeld
  • The Charismatic Theology of St. Luke: Trajectories from the Old Testament to Luke–Acts, 2nd ed., by Rogert Stronstad
  • Matthew: Storyteller, Interpreter, Evangelist, rev. ed., by Warren Carter
  • Mark: Storyteller, Interpreter, Evangelist by Francis J. Moloney
  • John: Storyteller, Interpreter, Evangelist by Warren Carter
  • Theology of the New Testament by Udo Schnelle
  • Scripture as Communication: Introducing Biblical Hermeneutics by Jeannine K. Brown
  • New Testament Commentary Survey, 7th ed., by D.A. Carson
  • Can We Still Believe the Bible? by Craig Blomberg
  • Love in the Gospel of John by Francis J. Moloney
  • Gospels and Tradition: Studies on Redaction Criticism of the Synoptic Gospels by Robert H. Stein
  • Studying the Synoptic Gospels: Origin and Interpretation by Robert H. Stein
  • The Spirit in the Gospels and Acts by Craig Keener
  • . . . And Marries Another: Divorce and Remarriage in the Teaching of the New Testament by Craig Keener
  • New Testament Survey by Robert G. Gromacki
  • Introducing the New Testament: A Historical, Literary, and Theological Survey by Mark Allen Powell
  • The King in His Beauty: A Biblical Theology of the Old and New Testaments by Thomas R. Schreiner
  • Scripture and Tradition: What the Bible Really Says by Edith M. Humphrey
  • From Prophecy to Testament: The Function of the Old Testament in the New edited by Craig A. Evans
  • New Testament Textual Criticism: A Concise Guide by David Alan Black
  • New Testament Theology: Magnifying God in Christ by Thomas R. Schreiner
  • Rethinking the Synoptic Problem edited by David A. Black and David R. Beck
  • Making Sense of the New Testament: Three Crucial Questions by Craig L. Blomberg
  • Gospel of Glory: Major Themes in Johannine Theology by Richard Bauckham
  • The Kingdom according to Luke-Acts: A Social, Literary, and Theological Introduction by Karl Allen Kuhn
  • Conversion in Luke-Acts: Divine Action, Human Cognition, and the People of God by Joel B. Green

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Baker Academic New Testament Backgrounds (27 vols.)

  • Publisher: Baker Academic
  • Volumes: 27
  • Pages: 11,196
  • Topic: New Testament Bible Backgrounds

The Baker Academic New Testament Backgrounds collection brings you 27 volumes from today’s finest New Testament, Greek, and Judaic scholars, including Craig S. Keener, Michael F. Bird, Graham H. Twelftree, Ben Witherington III, Bruce Metzger, and others. It provides insight into the cultural, social, and religious contexts surrounding the Greco-Roman World, analyzes the credibility of the biblical canon, miracles, and exorcisms, and explores the history and impact of Judaism. Each volume is clear, comprehensive, and readable; each tackles skeptics’ tough questions; and each includes helpful resources like indexes, bibliographies, and photos.

Deepen your New Testament understanding and study with these volumes’ scholarship. Uncover the New Testament’s relevance to twenty-first-century Christian living. The Baker Academic New Testament Backgrounds collection will benefit pastors, students, scholars, and laypeople interested in the most pressing topics in New Testament studies.

Titles Included:

  • Apocalypticism in the Bible and Its World: A Comprehensive Introduction by Frederick J. Murphy
  • Jewish Backgrounds of the New Testament by J. Julius Scott Jr.
  • Christianity in the Greco-Roman World: A Narrative Introduction by Moyer V. Hubbard
  • Crossing Over Sea and Land: Jewish Missionary Activity in the Second Temple Period by Michael F. Bird
  • Women in the World of the Earliest Christians: Illuminating Ancient Ways of Life by Lynn H. Cohick
  • Peoples of the New Testament World: An Illustrated Guide by William A. Simmons
  • Exploring the Origins of the Bible: Canon Formation in Historical, Literary, and Theological Perspective edited by Craig A. Evans and Emanuel Tov
  • In the Name of Jesus: Exorcism among Early Christians by Graham H. Twelftree
  • Biblical Canon: Its Origin, Transmission, and Authority by Lee Martin McDonald
  • Early Judaism: The Exile to the Time of Christ by Frederick J. Murphy
  • Josephus and the New Testament, 2nd ed. by Steve Mason
  • The Parables: Jewish Tradition and Christian Interpretation by Brad H. Young
  • Meet the Rabbis: Rabbinic Thought and the Teachings of Jesus by Brad H. Young
  • Paul the Jewish Theologian: A Pharisee among Christians, Jews, and Gentiles by Brad H. Young
  • Jesus the Jewish Theologian by Brad H. Young
  • Vines Intertwined: A History of Jews and Christians from the Babylonian Exile to the Advent of Islam by Lee Dupree Sandgren
  • Jewish Targums and John’s Logos Theology by John Ronning
  • Miracles: The Credibility of the New Testament Accounts by Craig S. Keener
  • Ancient Texts for New Testament Studies: A Guide to the Background Literature by Craig A. Evans
  • Seven Events that Shaped the New Testament World by Warren Carter
  • The World of the New Testament: Cultural, Social, and Historical Contexts by Joen B. Green and Lee Marin McDonald
  • How We Got the New Testament: Text, Transmission, Translation by Stanley E. Porter
  • Introducing the Apocrypha: Message, Context, and Significance by David A. deSilva
  • The Bible in Translation: Ancient and English Versions by Bruce M. Metzger
  • New Testament History: A Narrative Account by Ben Witherington III
  • Christian Beginnings and the Dead Sea Scrolls edited by Craig A. Evans and John J. Collins
  • The Face of New Testament Studies: A Survey of Recent Research, 2nd ed. edited by Grant R. Osborne and Scot McKnight

For more information on this collection, see here.

Baker Academic Pauline Studies Collection (25 vols.)

  • Publisher: Baker Academic
  • Volumes: 25
  • Pages: 8,767
  • Topic: Pauline Studies

The Baker Academic Pauline Studies Collection equips you with 25 volumes’ worth of recent Pauline study, putting the apostle’s life and thought under the microscope. It contains contributions from numerous scholars, including Craig S. Keener, John Piper, Gordon D. Fee, Moisés Silva, and Thomas R. Schreiner. This collection offers an analysis of Paul’s letters, including insight on interpreting each Pauline epistle. It brings to light Paul’s thoughts on marriage, women’s ministry, the Holy Spirit, the law, the covenant, Christology, pastoral ministry, and the mission of the church. Several volumes focus on Paul’s ethical and moral transformation, teaching, travels, theological contributions, and portrayals.

Titles Included:

  • Opening Paul’s Letters: A Reader’s Guide to Genre and Interpretation by Patrick Gray
  • Jesus Have I Loved, but Paul?: A Narrative Approach to the Problem of Pauline Christianity by J.R. Daniel Kirk
  • Moral Formation according to Paul: The Context and Coherence of Pauline Ethics by James W. Thompson
  • Pastoral Ministry according to Paul: A Biblical Vision by James W. Thompson
  • Paul and the Mission of the Church: Philippians in Ancient Jewish Context by James P. Ware
  • Paul, His Letters, and Acts by Thomas E. Phillips
  • Paul, the Pastoral Epistles, and the Early Church by James W. Aageson
  • Paul and the Jews by A. Andrew Das
  • Paul, the Law, and the Covenant by A. Andrew Das
  • God’s Empowering Presence: The Holy Spirit in the Letters of Paul by Gordon D. Fee
  • Pauline Christology: An Exegetical-Theological Study by Gordon D. Fee
  • Apostle Paul: His Life and Theology by Udo Schnelle
  • Paul, Women, and Wives: Marriage and Women’s Ministry in the Letters of Paul by Craig S. Keener
  • Reading Romans through the Centuries: From the Early Church to Karl Barth edited by Jeffrey P. Greenman and Timothy Larsen
  • The Law and Its Fulfillment: A Pauline Theology of Law by Thomas R. Schreiner
  • Paul’s Metaphors: Their Context and Character by David J. Williams
  • Paul: His Life and Teaching by John McRay
  • Paul and the Miraculous: A Historical Reconstruction by Graham H. Twelftree
  • Understanding Paul: The Early Christian Worldview of the Letter to the Romans, 2nd ed. by Stephen Westerholm
  • Interpreting Galatians: Explorations in Exegetical Method, 2nd ed. by Moisés Silva
  • The Justification of God: An Exegetical and Theological Study of Romans 9:1–23, 2nd ed. by John Piper
  • The Church According to Paul: Rediscovering the Community Conformed to Christ by James W. Thompson
  • Galatians and Christian Theology: Justification, the Gospel, and Ethics in Paul’s Letter edited by Mark W. Elliott, Scott J. Hafemann, N.T. Wright, and John Frederick
  • Defending Substitution: An Essay on Atonement in Paul by Simon Gathercole
  • Paul, the Spirit, and the People of God by Gordon D. Fee

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Baker Academic Jesus Studies (11 vols.)

  • Publisher: Baker Academic
  • Volumes: 11
  • Pages: 4,056
  • Topic: Jesus Studies

The Baker Academic Jesus Studies collection contains eleven key volumes on the life, thought, and works of Jesus Christ. The collection provides outstanding, recent scholarship from respected contemporary scholars and theologians, among them Michael F. Bird, Darrell L. Bock, Gregory Boyd, and others. It addresses the cultural, historical, and literal contexts surrounding the Jesus of the Gospels. Cemented in Scripture, this collection is perfect if you’re interested in Christology.

Titles Included:

  • Jesus among Friends and Enemies: A Historical and Literary Introduction to Jesus in the Gospels edited by Chris Keith and Larry W. Hurtado
  • A Hitchhiker’s Guide to Jesus: Reading the Gospels on the Ground by Bruce N. Fisk
  • Constructing Jesus: Memory, Imagination, and History by Dale C. Allison Jr.
  • Discovering Jesus in the New Testament by Keith Warrington
  • Are You the One Who Is to Come?: The Historical Jesus and the Messianic Question by Michael F. Bird
  • The Jesus Legend: A Case for the Historical Reliability of the Synoptic Jesus Tradition by Paul Rhodes Eddy and Gregory A. Boyd
  • Jesus according to Scripture: Restoring the Portrait from the Gospels by Darrell L. Bock
  • Recovering Jesus: The Witness of the New Testament by Thomas R. Yoder Neufeld
  • The Story of Jesus in History and Faith by Lee Martin MacDonald
  • Studying the Historical Jesus: A Guide to Sources and Methods by Darrell L. Bock
  • A New Perspective on Jesus: What the Quest for the Historical Jesus Missed by James D.G. Dunn

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Guides to New Testament Exegesis Collection (7 vols.)

  • Publisher: Baker Academic
  • Volumes: 7
  • Pages: 1,276
  • Topic: New Testament Exegesis

The Guides to New Testament Exegesis Collection (7 vols.) provides the methods and principles you need to study the genres of the New Testament. These exegetical guides introduce readers to both the specific nature of a particular genre and to basic principles for exegeting that literary type.

Four literary types comprise the New Testament: the Gospels, the Acts of the Apostles, the Letters, and the Apocalypse. Each genre is distinct, and each requires different methodological sensitivities. Consequently, applying the same method to different genres will often lead to serious misunderstandings. The Guides to New Testament Exegesis Collection (7 vols.) will show you how to discerningly examine the New Testament without fear of misinterpretation.

Moreover, each in-depth volume contains a myriad of views from scholars on particular issues specific to literary types found in the New Testament. The diversity of thought presented allows for a broader perspective on each topic discussed. Each volume concludes with a bibliography of 20 essential works for further study.

Titles Included:

  • Introducing New Testament Interpretation edited by Scot McKnight
  • Interpreting the Synoptic Gospels by Scot McKnight
  • Interpreting the Pauline Epistles, 2nd ed. by Thomas R. Schreiner
  • Interpreting the Gospel of John: A Practical Guide, 2nd ed. by Gary M. Burge
  • Interpreting the Book of Acts by Walter L. Liefeld
  • Interpreting the Epistle to the Hebrews edited by Andrew H. Trotter Jr.
  • Interpreting the Book of Revelation edited by J. Ramsey Michaels

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Samaritan Studies Collection (2 vols.)

  • Authors: Robert T. Anderson and Terry Giles
  • Publisher: Baker Academic
  • Volumes: 2
  • Pages: 640
  • Topic: Samaritan Studies

The New Testament makes reference to the Samaritans six times. But who are these people? What do they believe? How has their culture changed over the centuries? Discover what the Samaritans bring, historically and contemporarily, to Second Temple Judaic, Pentateuchal, and Semitic studies. The Samaritan Studies Collection focuses on this small, oft-neglected community’s history, survival, and historical works. Authors Robert T. Anderson and Terry Giles provide insight on the Samaritans’ culture and religion, examining the many conflicts between the Samaritans and Jews, Christians, and Muslims. They analyze Samaritan sacred literature, including historical works, liturgies, theological compositions, and more.

Titles Included:

  • The Keepers: An Introduction to the History and Culture of the Samaritans
  • Tradition Kept: The Literature of the Samaritans

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Baker Academic Old Testament Backgrounds (20 vols.)

  • Volumes: 20
  • Publisher: Baker Academic
  • Pages: 7,786
  • Topic: Old Testament Bible Backgrounds

The Baker Academic Old Testament Studies contains 19 volumes of recent, in-depth Old Testament commentary and research. This collection explores Christianity’s roots, examining the character of God, the cultural and historical contexts in which Old Testament books were written, and the formation of the canon. Authors such as Andrew Sloane and Victor H. Matthews take on the Old Testament’s essential topics—ethics, for example, and the idea of narrative—rounding out the collection’s study of these essential and foundational texts.

Titles Included:

  • Africa and the Bible by Edwin Yamauchi
  • Persia and the Bible by Edwin Yamauchi
  • Ancient Egypt and the Old Testament by John D. Currid
  • Doing Archaeology in the Land of the Bible: A Basic Guide by John D. Currid
  • Jeroboam’s Wife: The Enduring Contributions of the Old Testament’s Least-Known Women by Robin Gallaher Branch
  • Ancient Near Eastern Thought and the Old Testament: Introducing the Conceptual World of the Hebrew Bible by John H. Walton
  • Peoples of the Old Testament World, by Alfred J. Hoerth, Gerald L. Mattingly and Edwin Yamauchi
  • Studying the Ancient Israelites: A Guide to Sources and Methods by Victor H. Matthews
  • The Social World of Ancient Israel: 1250–587, BCE by Victor H. Matthews and Don C. Benjamin
  • The Enemy in the Household: Family Violence in Deuteronomy and Beyond by Caryn A. Reeder
  • Flame of Yahweh: Sexuality in the Old Testament by Richard M. Davidson
  • The Face of Old Testament Studies: A Survey of Contemporary Approaches by David W. Baker and Bill T. Arnold
  • Temples, Tithes, and Taxes: The Temple and the Economic Life of Ancient Israel by Marty E. Stevens
  • Hebrew Prophets and Their Social World: An Introduction, 2nd ed., by Victor H. Matthews
  • Israelite Religions: An Archaeological and Biblical Survey by Richard S. Hess
  • Ancient Texts for the Study of the Hebrew Bible: A Guide to the Background Literature by Kenton L. Sparks
  • Kingdom of Priests: A History of Old Testament Israel, 2nd ed. by Eugene H. Merrill
  • An Historical Survey of the Old Testament, 2nd ed. by Eugene H. Merrill
  • Ancient Israel’s History: An Introduction to Issues and Sources edited by Bill T. Arnold and Richard S. Hess
  • The Cultural World of the Bible: An Illustrated Guide to Manners and Customs, Fourth Edition by Victor H. Matthews

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Baker Academic Old Testament Studies (19 vols.)

  • Volumes: 19
  • Publisher: Baker Academic
  • Pages: 4,386
  • Topic: Old Testament Studies

The Pentateuch, or “five volumes” in Greek, is composed of the first five books of the Bible: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. These books of the Law provided a history and moral instruction for God’s people, paving the way for the rest of Scripture. Knowing the Pentateuch is critically important to reading the rest of the Word, and in the five-volume Baker Academic Pentateuch Studies collection, you’ll find a wealth of recent scholarship and insight to help you gain a fuller understanding of these key books. From in-depth thematic analysis of the books to women’s studies, this collection is sure to bring revelation and depth to your Pentateuch study.

Titles Included:

  • Interpreting the Old Testament: A Guide for Exegesis by Craig C. Broyles
  • The Old Testament: Text and Context, 3rd. ed., by Victor H. Matthews and James C. Moyer
  • Old Testament Turning Points: The Narratives That Shaped a Nation by Victor H. Matthews
  • Making Sense of the Old Testament: Three Crucial Questions by Tremper Longman III
  • The Goodly Fellowship of the Prophets: The Achievement of Association in Canon Formation by Christopher R. Seitz
  • Creation Untamed: The Bible, God, and Natural Disasters by Terence E. Fretheim
  • At Home in a Strange Land: Using the Old Testament in Christian Ethics by Andrew Sloane
  • Getting the Old Testament: What It Meant to Them, What It Means for Us by Steven L. Bridge
  • The Literary Structure of the Old Testament: A Commentary on Genesis–Malachi by David A. Dorsey
  • The Old Testament Roots of Our Faith, rev. ed., by Paul J. Achtemeier and Elizabeth Achtemeier
  • Reading the Historical Books by Patricia Dutcher-Walls
  • Christians at the Border, 2nd ed. by M. Daniel Carroll R.
  • Invitation to the Psalms: A Reader’s Guide for Discovery and Engagement by Rolf A. Jacobson and Karl Jacobson
  • Old Testament Commentary Survey, 5th ed. by Tremper Longman III
  • Old Testament Theology: Reading the Hebrew Bible as Christian Scripture by R.W.L. Moberly
  • Old Testament Textual Criticism: A Practical Introduction by Ellis R. Brotzman
  • The Faith of Israel: A Theological Survey of the Old Testament, 2nd ed. by William J. Dumbrell
  • The Heart of the Old Testament: A Survey of Key Theological Themes, 2nd ed. by Ronald Youngblood
  • This Strange and Sacred Scripture: Wrestling with the Old Testament and Its Oddities by Matthew Richard Schlimm

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Baker Academic Pentateuch Studies Collection (5 vols.)

  • Volumes: 5
  • Publisher: Baker Academic
  • Pages: 2,088
  • Topic: Pentateuch Studies

Is Scripture truly divine, truly human, or both? Scholar Peter Enns thinks it’s the latter. This collection analyzes evangelical perspectives on the doctrine of Scripture. In Inspiration and Incarnation, Enns sets out to find if Scripture is unique, trustworthy, and authoritative. Using Scripture and extracanonical sources, as well as modern biblical scholarship, Enns shows how it is important to read Scripture in its historical context. He also shares how New Testament authors may have incorrectly interpreted Scripture according to their Second Temple Period contexts and traditions. The Evolution of Adam takes Enns’ studies on the doctrine of Scripture even further by comparing the Adam in Genesis with the Adam in Paul’s writings. Enns questions if Adam was a historical or mythical figure and analyzes if Christianity and evolution can coexist.

Titles Included:

  • From Paradise to the Promised Land: An Introduction to the Pentateuch, 3rd ed., by T. Desmond Alexander
  • A Theological Introduction to the Pentateuch: Interpreting the Torah as Christian Scripture edited by Richard S. Briggs and Joel N. Lohr
  • Mothers of Promise: Women in the Book of Genesis by Tammi J. Schneider
  • Holiness to the Lord: A Guide to the Exposition of the Book of Leviticus by Allen P. Ross
  • Creation and Blessing: A Guide to the Study and Exposition of Genesis by Allen P. Ross

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Peter Enns Collection (2 vols.)

  • Author: Peter Enns
  • Publisher: Baker Academic
  • Volumes: 2
  • Pages: 416
  • Topic: Methodology; Creation and Origins; Biblical Studies

Is Scripture truly divine, truly human, or both? Scholar Peter Enns thinks it’s the latter. This collection analyzes evangelical perspectives on the doctrine of Scripture. In Inspiration and Incarnation, Enns sets out to find if Scripture is unique, trustworthy, and authoritative. Using Scripture and extracanonical sources, as well as modern biblical scholarship, Enns shows how it is important to read Scripture in its historical context. He also shares how New Testament authors may have incorrectly interpreted Scripture according to their Second Temple Period contexts and traditions. The Evolution of Adam takes Enns’ studies on the doctrine of Scripture even further by comparing the Adam in Genesis with the Adam in Paul’s writings. Enns questions if Adam was a historical or mythical figure and analyzes if Christianity and evolution can coexist.

Titles Included:

  • Inspiration and Incarnation: Evangelicals and the Problem of the Old Testament, Second Edition
  • The Evolution of Adam: What the Bible Does and Doesn’t Say about Human Origins

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Baker Academic Bible Interpretation Collection (13 vols.)

  • Publisher: Baker Academic
  • Volumes: 13
  • Pages: 6,200
  • Topic: Hermeneutics & Interpretation

Expand and deepen your exegesis with the Baker Academic Bible Interpretation Collection. This 13-volume collection brings together hundreds of contributors to help you interpret the Bible. It introduces you to the methods, terms, and concepts used by exegetes—and provides you a guide to inductive Bible study.

Discover the impact female interpreters have had in the history of Christianity. Find out how the Old Testament and New Testament storylines relate to each other and weave together in Christ. Learn to interpret Old Testament citations in the New Testament. Explore seven key elements of biblical exegesis.

Titles Included:

  • A New Testament Biblical Theology: The Unfolding of the Old Testament in the New by G.K. Beale
  • Biblical Interpretation: An Integrated Approach by W. Randolph Tate
  • Dictionary of Scripture and Ethics by Joel B. Green
  • Elements of Biblical Exegesis: A Basic Guide for Students and Ministers by Michael J. Gorman
  • Handbook for Biblical Interpretation: An Essential Guide to Methods, Terms, and Concepts by W. Randolph Tate
  • A Handbook of New Testament Exegesis by Craig L. Blomberg and Jennifer Foutz Markley
  • Handbook on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament: Exegesis and Interpretation by G.K. Beale
  • Handbook of Women Biblical Interpreters: A Historical and Biographical Guide by Marion Ann Taylor and Agnes Choi
  • Inductive Bible Study: A Comprehensive Guide to the Practice of Hermeneutics by David R. Bauer and Robert A. Traina
  • Prima Scriptura: An Introduction to New Testament Interpretation by N. Clayton Croy
  • A Basic Guide to Interpreting the Bible: Playing by the Rules by Robert H. Stein
  • Biblical Interpretation Then and Now: Contemporary Hermeneutics in the Light of the Early Church by David S. Dockery
  • Introducing Biblical Hermeneutics by Craig G. Bartholomew

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Baker Academic Theological Interpretation Collection (18 Vols.)

  • Publisher: Baker Academic
  • Volumes: 18
  • Pages: 5,456
  • Topic: Interpretation and Theology

The Baker Academic Theological Interpretation Collection contains 18 volumes of recent, in-depth scholarship from today’s top thinkers, including I. Howard Marshall, Joel B. Green, Markus Bockmuehl, Richard S. Briggs, and Craig G. Bartholomew. It provides insight on foundational theological topics like healing, interpretive issues, dogmatics, biblical placement, and the relationship between Old Testament themes and New Testament messages.

Seven volumes are part of the Studies in Theological Interpretation Series—a collection dedicated to pursuing constructive theological interpretation. These volumes tackle topics like vision-reports, humanity, Psalms as ethical instruction, contemporary New Testament studies, the significance of prophetic literature, and more. Additionally, the Dictionary for Theological Interpretation of the Bible rounds out your study as a strong reference work in theological theory, hermeneutics, and history.

Titles Included:

  • Healing in the Bible: Theological Insight for Christian Ministry by Frederick J. Gaiser
  • Holy People, Holy Land: A Theological Introduction to the Bible by Michael Dauphinais and Matthew Levering/li>
  • Practicing Theological Interpretation: Engaging Biblical Texts for Faith and Formation by Joel B. Green
  • Reading Scripture with the Church: Toward a Hermeneutic for Theological Interpretation by A. K. M. Adam, tephen E. Fowl, Kevin J. Vanhoozer, and Francis Watson
  • Scripture’s Doctrine and Theology’s Bible: How the New Testament Shapes Christian Dogmatics by Markus Bockmuehl
  • Where Mortals Dwell: A Christian View of Place for Today by Craig G. Bartholomew
  • And I Turned to See the Voice: Rhetoric of Vision in the New Testament by Edith M. Humphrey
  • Body, Soul, and Human Life: The Nature of Humanity in the Bible by Joel B. Green
  • The Character of Christian Scripture: The Significance of a Two-Testament Bible by Christopher R. Seitz
  • Psalms as Torah: Reading Biblical Song Ethically by Gordon J. Wenham
  • Prophecy and Hermeneutics: Toward a New Introduction to the Prophets by Christopher R. Seitz
  • Seeing the Word: Refocusing New Testament Study by Markus Bockmuehl
  • The Virtuous Reader: Old Testament Narrative and Interpretive Virtue by Richard S. Briggs
  • Beyond the Bible: Moving from Scripture to Theology by I. Howard Marshall
  • Introducing Theological Interpretation of Scripture: Recovering a Christian Practice by Daniel J. Treier
  • Dictionary for Theological Interpretation of the Bible edited by Kevin J. Vanhoozer
  • A New Heaven and a New Earth: Reclaiming Biblical Eschatology by J. Richard Middleton
  • For the Glory of God: Recovering a Biblical Theology of Worship by Daniel I. Block

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Baker Academic Commentary Collection (9 vols.)

  • Publisher: Baker Academic
  • Volumes: 9
  • Pages: 6,876
  • Resource Type: Commentaries

The Baker Academic Commentary Collection presents commentaries on 16 biblical books, plus a one-volume commentary on the New Testament. It includes expositions from numerous noted scholars, including Robert H. Gundry, F.F. Bruce, Craig S. Keener, Leslie C. Allen, and more. Each volume is clear, accessible, and comprehensive, providing evangelical scholarship and presenting answers to interpretive challenges. The commentaries include the latest scholarship and integrate Scripture with contemporary application.

Titles Included:

  • Exodus: An Exegetical Commentary by Victor P. Hamilton
  • A Liturgy of Grief: A Pastoral Commentary on Lamentations by Leslie C. Allen
  • The Minor Prophets: An Exegetical and Expository Commentary edited by Thomas Edward McComiskey
  • Commentary on the New Testament: Verse-by-Verse Explanations with a Literal Translation by Robert H. Gundry
  • The Gospel of Mark: A Commentary by Francis J. Moloney
  • The Gospel of John: A Commentary (2 vols.) by Craig S. Keener
  • Ephesians: An Exegetical Commentary by Harold W. Hoehner
  • The Revelation of John: A Narrative Commentary by James L. Resseguie
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Baker Academic Whole Bible Surveys (3 Vols.)

  • Publisher: Baker Academic
  • Volumes: 3
  • Pages: 736
  • Topic: Biblical Studies

This new collection of bible surveys and introductions provide thoughtful overview of the entirety of scripture from the beginning of creation in Genesis to the appearance of the New Jerusalem in Revelation. While many works for studying scripture focus on the minute details of the text, interpretation, and culture, they represent a risk of loosing the forest for the trees. Bible surveys help aleviate that risk by focusing on the larger picture and the flow of the biblical story.

Titles Included:

  • The Drama of Scripture by Craig G. Bartholomew and Michael W. Goheen
  • Engaging the Christian Scriptures: An Introduction to the Bible by Andrew E. Arterbury, W.H. Bellinger, and Derek S. Dodson
  • A Compact Guide to the Whole Bible: Learning to Read Scripture’s Story edited by Robert W. Wall and David R. Nienhuis

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