Lay a strong foundation for your theological studies with these introductory texts. The Invitation to Theological Studies series outlines the basics of preaching, missions, biblical Hebrew, and hermeneutics—perfect for anyone just beginning a serious study of the Bible and theology. Practice your Hebrew with exercises in the Invitation to Biblical Hebrew Workbook. Discover an intuitive process for building and delivering powerful sermons. Learn a Trinitarian model for interpreting the Bible. These volumes provide you with the fundamentals you need to undertake an in-depth study of the Bible and theology.
In the Logos edition, this collection is enhanced by amazing functionality. Scripture citations link directly to English translations, and important terms link to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and a wealth of other resources in your digital library. Perform powerful searches to find exactly what you’re looking for. Take the discussion with you using tablet and mobile apps. With Logos Bible Software, the most efficient and comprehensive research tools are in one place, so you get the most out of your study.
An ideal textbook for the first-year Hebrew student, this clear, accurate, and pedagogically sound volume emphasizes the basics of Hebrew phonology (sounds) and morphology (forms). Free of jargon and technical language, Invitation to Biblical Hebrew uses easy-to-understand terminology and intuitive mnemonic techniques, so you can use biblical Hebrew with regularity and authority.
If you have a desire to learn Hebrew, let me encourage you to purchase this grammar. Utilizing the deductive approach, the authors instruct you in a concept and then turn you loose to practice it through pages of drills and exercises. As long as you master each chapter before going onto the next, you can work your way into a solid understanding of the grammar and syntax of biblical Hebrew.
An ideal textbook for the first-year Hebrew student, this clear, accurate, and pedagogically sound volume emphasizes the basics of Hebrew phonology (sounds) and morphology (forms). Free of jargon and technical language, Invitation to Biblical Hebrew uses easy-to-understand terminology and intuitive mnemonic techniques, so biblical Hebrew can be used with regularity and authority.
Bible scholars Andreas Köstenberger and Richard Patterson present the “hermeneutical triad” method—an interpretive approach to the Bible that gives due consideration to the historical setting, literary context, and theological message of a given passage. Working through the major genres of Scripture and showing how their method applies to each one, Köstenberger and Patterson provide interpretive examples to guide the student in proper exegesis.
Written in a conversational style with numerous examples to illustrate concepts, Invitation to Biblical Preaching takes the reader step-by-step through the entire process of preparing a biblical message—from studying a passage with skill and integrity to delivering a message with persuasion, accuracy, passion, and relevance. An experienced pastor and homiletics professor, Donald Sunukjian provides budding pastors with wise counsel that will stay with them throughout their ministries.
Donald Sunukjian is professor of homiletics and chair of the Christian ministry and leadership department at Talbot School of Theology. He is a frequent contributor to various preaching books, magazines, and websites.
Invitation to World Missions: A Trinitarian Missiology for the Twenty-First Century
In this practical and challenging work, Timothy Tennent lays a theological foundation for missions by underscoring the importance of the mission of God, the new creation, and a sweeping vision for the global church. He demonstrates how missions is not only central to the Christian faith—it is an essential component of an abundant and impassioned life.