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Baker Academic Old Testament Studies (19 vols.)
by M. Daniel Carroll R., Terence E. Fretheim, William J. Dumbrell, . . .
The Baker Academic Old Testament Studies contains 19 volumes of recent, in-depth Old Testament commentary and research. This collection explores Christianity’s roots, examining the character of God, the cultural and historical contexts in which Old Testament books were written, and the formation of the canon. Authors such as Andrew Sloane and Victor H. Matthews take on the Old Testament’s essential topics—ethics, for example, and the idea of narrative—rounding out the collection’s study of these essential and foundational texts.
Baker Academic Old Testament Bundle (29 vols.)
by Edwin Yamauchi, John D. Currid, John H. Walton, . . .
The Baker Academic Old Testament Bundle contains 29 volumes of recent, in-depth Old Testament commentary and research. This collection explores Christianity’s roots, examining the character of God, the cultural and historical contexts in which Old Testament books were written, and the formation of the canon. It also takes on the Pentateuch, laying a foundation for studying the rest of Scripture and includes extensive background studies on Old Testament times, covering topics from archaeology to sociology and weaving together a tapestry that fully describes the ancient world. Authors such as Andrew Sloane and Victor H. Matthews take on the Old Testament’s essential topics—ethics, for example, and the idea of narrative— rounding out the collection’s study of these essential and foundational texts.
At Home in a Strange Land: Using the Old Testament in Christian Ethics
by Andrew Sloane
The Old Testament is a problem for many Christians. Some find it puzzling, or even offensive; others seem to glibly misuse it for their own ends. There are few resources aimed at enabling ordinary Christians to understand the OT and use it in their lives as followers of Jesus. In At Home in a Strange Land: Using the Old Testament in Christian Ethics, Andrew Sloane seeks to address this need.
Baker Academic Old Testament Bundle (46 vols.)
by Edwin Yamauchi, John D. Currid, John H. Walton, . . .
The Baker Academic Old Testament Bundle brings together 46 volumes of recent, compelling, and indepth scholarship on a variety of topics related to the Old Testament. This collection explores Christianity’s roots in the Old Testament, examining the character of God, the cultural and historical contexts in which Old Testament books were written, and the formation of the canon. A wide selection of scholars provide commentary on Old Testament books, deep dives into difficult interpretative questions, and thoughtful biblical theology on the text of the Old Testament
On Being a Christian in the Academy: Nicholas Wolterstorff and the Practice of Christian Scholarship
by Andrew Sloane
On Being a Christian in the Academy offers a critical appraisal of Nicholas Wolterstorff's account of faith and knowledge in the light of the philosophy of science, and an application of his thought to the practice of Christian scholarship. Andrew Sloane expounds Christian philosopher Nicholas Wolterstorff’s account of rationality and his understanding of the devising and weighing of theories. Wolterstorff steers a course between the modernist idea of the neutrality and universal power of reason, on the one hand, and the relativism of some postmodern philosophy, on the other. He presents a defensible person-specific but non-relativist criterion of theory choice. The role of control beliefs in scholarship and the place of Christian beliefs in the practice of Christian scholarship are also explored. The book concludes by exploring the implications of these findings for theological scholarship, in particular Old Testament exegesis. The author suggests that Wolterstorff's notion o...
Theological Studies Collection (22 vols.)
by Oliver D. Crisp, Keith Mascord, Neil B. MacDonald, . . .
In the West, the churches may be declining, but theology—professional, historic, orthodox, and evangelical—shows no sign of withering. The 22-volume Theological Studies Collection promises constructive theology from within an evangelical framework, intending to address the church’s greatest needs. This series of books contains quality writing published across the confessions—patristic, medieval, reformation, modern, and post-modern—and from authors who span the globe. The aim of this series is theological books written in the twofold conviction that the church needs theology and theology needs the church, which in reality means theology done for the glory of God.