Zondervan Counterpoints Collection (14 vols.)
by 64 authors Steven B. Cowan, Paige Patterson, Samuel E. Waldron, Peter Toon, L. Roy Taylor, Michael Horton (theologian), Norman Geisler, Stephen M. Ashby, C. S. Cowles, Eugene H. Merrill, Daniel L. Gard, Tremper Longman, Russell D. Moore, I. John Hesselink, David P. Scaer, Thomas A. Baima, Paul D. Feinberg, Gary Habermas, William Lane Craig, John Frame, Kelly James Clark, Greg Bahnsen, Walter C. Kaiser Jr., Douglas Moo, Wayne G. Strickland, Willem A. VanGemeren, Melvin Easterday Dieter, Anthony A. Hoekema, Stanley M. Horton, Robertson McQuilkin, John Walvoord, Paul F. M. Zahl, Harold Best, Joe Horness, Don Williams, Robert E. Webber, Sally Morgenthaler, Charles Van Engen, Elmer Towns, Howard Snyder, Craig Van Gelder, Gailyn Van Rheenen, David H. Stern, Arnold G. Fruchtenbaum, John Fischer, William Varner, Gershon Nerel, Craig Keener, Gordon J. Wenham, Mark L. Strauss, William A. Heth, John H. Armstrong, Richard L. Pratt, Jr., Robert Kolb, John D. Castelein, Tom Nettles, Daniel M. Doriani, Kevin Vanhoozer, William J. Webb, Kenneth L. Gentry Jr., Robert L. Thomas, C. Marvin Pate, Harper, J. Steven, Hamstra, Sam, Jr.
Apologetics, worship, church growth, communion, divorce, the end times—these are some key areas of concern for many in the Church. With dozens of contributing authors from varying theological backgrounds, the Zondervan Counterpoints Collection (14 vols.) is an invaluable set of resources for Christians today, focusing on these topics and more. Many of the volumes in this unique collection lay out four or five separate views on a theological matter, giving the reader the chance to weigh the many sides that can arise on a particular issue. All views presented come from extensive research completed by respected biblical scholars and theologians.
The advantage of this collection is huge: the thought-provoking and varying points of view presented offer great soil with which one can cultivate a sound biblical foundation. Whether you are a student, pastor, teacher, youth worker, or layperson, these volumes are a fantastic tool for understanding contemporary Christian issues you may face today in the light of solid scriptural truth.
- An analysis of the Church Growth movement
- Differing points of view on communion, remarriage after divorce, the book of Revelation, and more
- Nearly 4,000 pages of relevant information regarding the Church and theology today
- Evaluating the Church Growth Movement
- Exploring the Worship Spectrum
- Five Views on Apologetics
- Five Views on Law and Gospel
- Five Views on Sanctification
- Four Views on Eternal Security
- Four Views on Moving Beyond the Bible
Are Messianic congregations necessary or should Jewish believers be incorporated into the Gentile church? The question of how Christian Jews relate their Jewish practices and customs to the church has been an issue within Christianity since the first century. Contemporary contributors who have lived and wrestled with this issue present informed arguments and counter-arguments. The book concludes with a chapter on the future for Messianic Jews and a directory of messianic movement organizations.
Contents and contributors:
- "Messianic Congregations are not Necessary," William Varner
- "Messianic Congregations May Exist within the Body of Messiah, as Long as They Don't Function Contrary to the New Testament," Arnold G. Fruchtenbaum
- "The Future of Messianic Judaism," David Stern
- Title: Zondervan Counterpoints Collection
- Publisher: Zondervan
- Volumes: 14
- Pages: 3,968