How can we better read the Bible? What is the significance of Jesus’ ascension? How can Christians better keep the Sabbath? What difference does the atonement make? The Day One Biblical and Theological Studies Collection is designed to help Christians think biblically about a variety of theological issues that confront evangelicals. Many of the themes are theological, but—since the Bible never teaches doctrine in isolation—each book contains a practical edge. These books are intended to stimulate fruitful theological thinking on a number of topics, including social issues, practical application of the Bible, and doctrine.
Some of these books are born out of controversy or inspired by pressing social concerns. Others are meant to fill a particular gap in contemporary theological discussion or address already-popular theological topics from an evangelical perspective. But all books in this collection stem from the urgent desire to make important theological topics accessible to all readers. They are written by pastors and scholars who have a proven ability to grapple with important trends in theological and biblical studies, and who have a knack for writing in easy-to-understand language.
Each book in the Day One Biblical and Theological Studies Collection contains an introduction to important theological themes that have shaped the history of the church, along with outlines, maps, illustrations, and diagrams to help you grasp what you’re reading. Many books also include helpful chapter summaries, study guides, discussions questions, and suggestions for further reading, making the books in the Day One Biblical and Theological Studies Collection perfect for both individual and group study.
The Day One Biblical and Theological Studies Collection is ideal for readers seeking in-depth study and for those exploring these theological topics for the first time. What’s more, the Logos edition of the Day One Biblical and Theological Studies Collection gives you access to a wealth of information for further study and reflection in your Libronix library, such as maps, commentaries, theological works, and your favorite Bible translations—all at the click of a mouse! Studying important topics in biblical and theological studies has never been easier!
I continue to be thankful for the publications of Day One. They are biblical; they have sound theology; and they are relative to the issues at hand. The material is condensed and manageable while, at the same time, being complete—challenging balance to find. We are happy in our ministry to make use of these excellent publications.
—John MacArthur, Pastor-Teacher, Grace Community Church, California