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Bob Jones University Press Biblical Theology Collection (5 vols.)



Discover how God has revealed Himself throughout Scripture with the Bob Jones University Press Biblical Theology Collection (5 vols.). An essential resource for Bible students, pastors, teachers, and theologians, this collection analyzes various aspects of biblical theology and offers answers to much-debated topics surrounding it. Journeying from Genesis to Revelation, the collection provides a thorough biblical theology and analyzes biblical prophesies, the Christological implications of Revelation, God’s supreme purpose in the context of human suffering, as well as His goodness and faithfulness to a postexilic Israel.

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  • Examines overarching themes of the Bible
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  • Addresses various biblical prophesies
  • Title: Bob Jones University Press Biblical Theology Collection
  • Publisher: Bob Jones University Press
  • Volumes: 5
  • Pages: 1,540

Beyond Suffering: Discovering the Message of Job

  • Author: Layton Talbert
  • Publisher: Bob Jones University Press
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 392

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In the book of Job, a pain-torn man tries to understand the mind of God while his friends offer their human opinions on his suffering. But when the final answer comes, there are no more speeches. Not from them.

Rich with personal experience and examples drawn from the lives of great men, Layton Talbert’s exploration of the book of Job deals with the depths of human suffering and the heights of God’s supreme purpose. Dr. Talbert’s thorough research, detailed examination of each speaker’s perspective, and countless cross-references make Beyond Suffering an essential resource for any student of the Bible.

More than a commentary . . . you will see God’s story in its pages.

—Jim Berg, from the Foreword

Layton Talbert is professor of theology at Bob Jones University Seminary. He is also the author of Not by Chance, a study of God’s loving providence in every area of the believer’s life. Dr. Talbert lives in Greenville, SC, with his wife, Esther, and their five children.

A Royal Destiny: The Reign of Man in God’s Kingdom

  • Author: Thurman Wisdom
  • Publisher: Bob Jones University Press
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 396

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Thurman Wisdom provides a thoroughly integrated biblical theology in A Royal Destiny. Weaving Christ, redemption, and the kingdom of God into a unifying theme, Wisdom follows the biblical drama from Genesis to Revelation. He traces the theme through the Old and New Testaments and illustrates from Abraham’s life how God prepares His servants for kingdom rule. He closes with God’s final destruction of human rebellion at Armageddon. Along the way, he discusses hermeneutics, progressive revelation, and end-time prophetic events. With a rich writing style, Wisdom helps pastors, teachers, and Bible students understand and proclaim the message of “the whole counsel of God.”

Thurman Wisdom is a former dean of the School of Religion at Bob Jones University. He holds a doctor of philosophy degree in Old Testament interpretation. He joined the faculty of Bob Jones University in 1961 and served there for 39 years. Dr. Wisdom has also served on the board of Frontline Missions International, which supports native biblical ministries in limited-access regions of the world, and he remains active in regular short-term missions work in Russia and the Ukraine.

God’s Prophetic Blueprint

  • Author: Bob Shelton
  • Publisher: JourneyForth
  • Publication Date: 2000
  • Pages: 160

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God’s Prophetic Blueprint presents a clear discussion of Bible prophecies concerning the final days of the earth and God’s judgment of mankind, including the Rapture of the church, the Battle of Armageddon, and the Great White Throne judgment. Throughout the book, Dr. Bob Shelton offers answers to many questions concerning “these things” (Matthew 24:6). He also provides charts of future events, including the judgment seat of Christ, the Great Tribulation, and the millennium.

Bob Shelton, following his graduation from Bob Jones University, served as a missionary with his wife in the Far East for 10 years. They were unable to return to the field following the outbreak of the Vietnam War. Dr. Shelton then served as a pastor of First Baptist Church in Pontiac, Michigan. In 1974 the Sheltons began a fulltime ministry of evangelism and speaking at Bible conferences, where Dr. Shelton often shares his knowledge of Bible prophecy.

Hope Amidst Ruin: A Literary and Theological Analysis of Ezra

  • Author: A. Philip Brown II
  • Publisher: Bob Jones University Press
  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Pages: 288

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The book of Ezra deals with building the second temple, restoring the worship of Yahweh, and breaking the habits that undermined Israel’s spiritual integrity. In Hope Amidst Ruin, A. Philip Brown II analyzes the book’s use of chronology, plot, and point of view, demonstrating that Ezra composed the historical narrative to teach postexilic Israel about the goodness and holiness of their God. The themes of hope and holiness flow throughout the book as the returnees learn anew of God’s promises to the just and of His wrath against those who abandon Him. Purification and separation from evil is necessary for the Israelites to be restored to true fellowship with Yahweh.

Brown frankly addresses various interpretation challenges in Ezra, such as its unique temporal ordering and disquieting finale. Concurrently, he offers evidence for the divine inspiration of the book. He also clarifies the relationship of historical events in the Persian Empire to Ezra’s narrative. Brown’s research and analysis make Hope Amidst Ruin an essential resource for Old Testament theologians and all students of Scripture. Ezra’s focus on hope and holiness is just as appropriate for our world as it was for his.

A. Philip Brown II is an associate professor at God’s Bible School and College in Cincinnati, Ohio. Hope Amidst Ruin is the published version of his dissertation, “A Literary and Theological Analysis of the Book of Ezra.”

The Worthy Champion: A Christology of Revelation

  • Author: Brian Hand
  • Publisher: Bob Jones University Press
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 304

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Brian R. Hand analyzes Revelation’s Christology and literary composition in The Worthy Champion. A valuable resource for Christological and New Testament studies, literary analysis, and biblical theology, The Worthy Champion shows how Revelation’s literary composition reveals Christ. Analyzing the genre of Revelation, Hand supports its status as prophetic rather than apocalyptic. He also discusses Revelation’s use of time, space, and physical structure and its characterization, plot, and symbolism and other literary devices. Each discussion includes Christological implications, and the last chapter synthesizes Christology with literary analysis. Hand’s conclusion includes homiletical values for Revelation’s Christology in preaching.

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Brian Hand is Professor of New Testament at Bob Jones University Seminary.


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