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NAC Studies in Bible & Theology (NACSBT) (7 vols.)

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The New American Commentary Studies in Bible & Theology is a series of monographs covering topics in biblical theology, biblical studies, and theology.

The books in this series, NAC Studies in Bible and Theology, often take a biblical difficulty as their point of entry, remembeling B. E Westcotts point that “unless all past experience is worthless, the difficulties of the Bible are the most fruitful guides to its divine depths.”

This series is to be a medium through which the work of evangelical scholars can effectively reach the church. It will include detailed exegetical-theological studies of key pericopes such as the Sermon on the Mount and also fresh examinations of topics in biblical theology and systematic theology. It is intended to supplement the New American Commentary, whose exegetical and theological discussions so many have found helpful. These resources are aimed primarily at church leaders and those who are preparing for such leadership.

  • Examines God’s revelation of Himself in the Old Testament
  • Discusses the language of each of the Ten Commandments and its complete meaning in the ancient context
  • Explores the current Baptist view of the communion sacrament
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Enthroned on Our Praise: An Old Testament Theology of Worship

  • Author: Timothy M. Pierce
  • Series Editor: E. Ray Clendenen
  • Series: New American Commentary Studies in Bible & Theology (NACSBT)
  • Publisher: B&H Academic
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 256

Enthroned on Our Praise, volume four in the New American Commentary Studies in Bible and Theology series, examines God’s revelation of Himself in the Old Testament, prompting readers to deeply consider what He truly desires from faithful followers in times of worship.

An excellent resource particularly for pastors, worship leaders, and worship classes, Enthroned on Our Praise looks at what the Scriptures identify as elements of worship and fosters a fresh appreciation of the Old Testament and its contributions to a close relationship with God.

Users will find this an excellent extension of the long-respected New American Commentary series.

Timothy M. Pierce is assistant professor of Old Testament at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. He holds a Ph.D. and M.A. from that same seminary and a B.A. from Wayland Baptist University. Pierce is married and has three children.

Future Israel: Why Christian Anti-Judaism Must Be Challenged

  • Author: Barry Horner
  • Series Editor: E. Ray Clendenen
  • Series: New American Commentary Studies in Bible & Theology (NACSBT)
  • Publisher: B&H Academic
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 416

Future Israel: Why Christian Anti-Judaism Must Be Challenged is volume three in the New American Commentary Studies in Bible & Theology (NACSBT) series for pastors, advanced Bible students, and other deeply committed laypersons.

Author Barry E. Horner writes to persuade readers concerning the divine validity of the Jew today (based on Romans 11:28), as well as the nation of Israel and the land of Palestine, in the midst of this much debated issue within Christendom at various levels. He examines the Bible’s consistent pro-Judaic direction, namely a Judeo-centric eschatology that is a unifying feature throughout Scripture.

Not sensationalist like many other writings on this constantly debated topic, Future Israel is instead notably exegetical and theological in its argumentation. Users will find this an excellent extension of the long-respected New American Commentary.

Barry E. Horner is pastor of Christ’s New Covenant Church in Tucson, Arizona, and maintains a Web site devoted to the study of John Bunyan. He holds degrees from George Fox University (B.A.), Western Conservative Baptist Theological Seminary (M.Div.), and Westminster Theological Seminary (D.Min.).

Lukan Authorship of Hebrews

  • Author: David Allen
  • Series Editor: E. Ray Clendenen
  • Series: New American Commentary Studies in Bible & Theology (NACSBT)
  • Publisher: B&H Academic
  • Publication Date: 2010
  • Pages: 432

A new volume in the New American Commentary Studies in Bible and Theology series, Lukan Authorship of Hebrews explains why Luke is the likely author of the book of Hebrews. The ramifications of this possibility are then detailed in depth, including the way Hebrews informs the interpretation of the books of Luke and Acts. Also present throughout is commentary author David L. Allen’s thorough analysis of the writing style similarities between Hebrews, Luke, and Acts.

David Allen is dean of the School of Theology, professor of Preaching, and director of the Center of Biblical Preaching at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas.

Sermon On The Mount: Restoring Christ's Message to the Modern Church

  • Author: Charles Quarles
  • Series Editor: E. Ray Clendenen
  • Series: New American Commentary Studies in Bible & Theology (NACSBT)
  • Publisher: B&H Academic
  • Publication Date: 2011
  • Pages: 400

Matthew 5-7, popularly known as the Sermon on the Mount, has been described as “the essence of Christianity” and inspired many commentaries. However, New Testament professor Charles Quarles believes a fair number of those volumes either present Christ’s sermon as containing an impossible spiritual ethic or instead dilute its message so much that hardly any ethical challenge remains. Also concerning, a recent Gallup poll indicated only onethird of American adults recognize Jesus as the source of this teaching that has often inspired people who do not even embrace evangelical Christianity.

Quarles’ new analysis, part of the New American Commentary Studies in Bible & Theology series, aims to fill the gap between these extremes by dealing with the important questions of whether believers can live by the Sermon on the Mount today, and, if so, how. Looking at the Beatitudes, what it means to be salt and light, and the demand for superior righteousness, he writes to restore this crucial section of our Lord’s teaching to its proper place in His church.

Charles L. Quarles (Ph.D., Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary) is professor of New Testament and Biblical Theology at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is coauthor of The Cradle, the Cross, and the Crown: An Introduction to the New Testament (with Andreas Köstenberger and Scott Kellum) and The Sermon on the Mount: Restoring Christ’s Message to the Modern Church.

That You May Know: Assurance of Salvation in 1 John

  • Author: Christopher Bass
  • Series Editor: E. Ray Clendenen
  • Series: New American Commentary Studies in Bible & Theology (NACSBT)
  • Publisher: B&H Academic
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 256

The fifth book of the New American Commentary Studies in Bible & Theology series, That You May Know closely examines the theme of eternal salvation in 1 John. No other New Testament book speaks as frequently and explicitly to the believer’s confidence in everlasting life. The epistle writer grounds his reader’s assurance of salvation on the person and work of Jesus Christ and demonstrates that the believer’s lifestyle serves as a vital corroborating support for that assurance. This gives the commentary’s author Christopher Bass an opening to further discuss John’s emphasis on living righteously and what it truly means to be born of God.

Users will find this an excellent extension of the long-respected New American Commentary series.

Christopher David Bass received his Ph.D. in New Testament from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and is currently preparing to plant and pastor a new church in the Greater Boston area.

The Lord’s Supper: Remembering and Proclaiming Christ Until He Comes

  • Authors: Matthew Crawford & Thomas Schreiner
  • Series Editor: E. Ray Clendenen
  • Series: New American Commentary Studies in Bible & Theology (NACSBT)
  • Publisher: B&H Academic
  • Publication Date: 2011
  • Pages: 432

“As they were eating, Jesus took bread, blessed and broke it, gave it to the disciples, and said, ‘Take and eat it; this is My body.’” -Matthew 26:26 (HCSB)

A follow-up to Believer’s Baptism in the New American Commentary Studies in Bible & Theology series, The Lord’s Supper explores the current Baptist view of the communion sacrament. Contributors include Andreas Köstenberger (“The Lord’s Supper as a Passover Meal”), Jonathan Pennington (“The Last Supper in the Gospels”), Jim Hamilton (“The Lord’s Supper in Paul”), and Michael Haykin (“Communion in the Early Church”). Adding a helpful perspective, chapters are also provided on the Roman Catholic, Lutheran, Calvinist, and Zwinglian views of communion.

The Ten Commandments: Ethics for the Twenty-First Century

  • Author: Mark Rooker
  • Series Editor: E. Ray Clendenen
  • Series: New American Commentary Studies in Bible & Theology (NACSBT)
  • Publisher: B&H Academic
  • Publication Date: 2010
  • Pages: 248

In this new volume from the New American Commentary Studies in Bible & Theology series, Mark Rooker discusses one by one the language of each of the Ten Commandments and its complete meaning in the ancient context. Adding a depth of understanding that can’t be obtained by looking only at the commandment itself, he shows how each commandment echoes elsewhere in the Old Testament, how it was violated in Israel’s history, and how it surfaces again in the New Testament. In conclusion, Rooker includes an extended section on the theological significance of each commandment and its contemporary implications.

Mark Rooker is professor of Old Testament and Hebrew at SoutheasternBaptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina. He holds degrees from Rice University (B.A.), Dallas Theological Seminary (Th.M.),and Brandeis University (M.A., Ph.D.) and did additional studies at TheHebrew University of Jerusalem.

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  1. Bob Bolender

    Bob Bolender

    1/15/2021

    I have this series in print. These seven books included here are books 4, 3, 8, 11, 5, 10, & 7 on my shelf. A separate pre-pub is Michael Rydelnik's The Messianic Hope which is book 7 in this series. Kinda weird how these have been placed on prepub out of order and disconnected. Nevertheless, I recommend them all. They are excellent resources to compliment the New American Commentary series.
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