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We are pleased to introduce two new scholarly series from Baylor University Press, the Baylor Handbook on the Greek New Testament and the Baylor Handbook on the Hebrew Bible. Similarly, individual volumes in the series have titles like Galatians: A Handbook on the Greek Text, and Amos: A Handbook on…

Preaching is like building bridges. A sermon should connect God’s eternal truth from the pages of Scripture to the hearts and lives of the listeners. As a preacher, you want to present a message that is faithful to the biblical text and honors Jesus Christ. To be honest, that’s easy…

Dictionary of Daily Life in Biblical & Post-Biblical Antiquity has quite a long, exact, title—just like its dictionary entries. We were seriously impressed with the depth of information provided in this resource. So much so, we want to give you a look inside. Keep reading to find out the inspiration…

Reading Bible passages in the original languages is a great way to enhance personal study and lesson preparation. But if you’re like me, and it’s been a while since you studied Greek or Hebrew, your vocabulary isn’t as sharp as it used to be. Or maybe you’re just beginning the…

Are you a fan of Jonathan Edwards? The Works of Jonathan Edwards (26 Vols) is filled with nothing but his writing—and you’re going to love it. Let’s learn a bit more about this fantastic collection. Then, we can take a look inside. THE WORKS OF JONATHAN EDWARDS (26 VOLUMES) “Jonathan…

Knowledge and understanding are great, but mean nothing if they aren’t applied! The Life Application Study Bible recognizes this. It doesn’t only contain informative notes on Bible life and times, helping you understand difficult Bible passages. Instead, it goes a step further, showing you how to apply the Bible personally. The Life…

We’ve added 5 new volumes to our Anchor Yale collection: Revelation: Anchor Yale Bible Commentary – by Koester Joshua 1-12: Anchor Yale Bible Commentary – by Dozeman Judges 1-12: Anchor Yale Bible Commentary – by Sasson Ruth: Anchor Yale Bible Commentary – by Schipper Amos: Anchor Yale Bible Commentary -…

One of the best ways to decide if a commentary is right for you is to read the general editor’s preface. This gives you an overview of why and how they created the commentary. Here’s what the general editor, Philip W. Comfort, has to say about the Cornerstone Biblical Commentary:…

If you’re like me, you hear the word “archaeology” and you primarily think of Indiana Jones. Then, if you toss the word “study” next to it, you know it will be nothing like Indiana Jones. Instead, you get a mental image of a lot of dirt being pushed around with…

I was excited when we launched Gospel Harmonies a few years ago. The ability to view all four Gospels at the same time made comparing and contrasting the narratives a breeze. Now, I’m even more excited to introduce Strong’s Tagged Harmony of the Gospels. These new titles display the four…

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