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Tyndale Old Testament Commentaries: Daniel (House 2018) — TOTC

Tyndale Old Testament Commentaries: Daniel (House 2018) — TOTC

by Paul R. House

Daniel asserts that the meaning of history is that God's kingdom is coming. As it does, faithful people persevere in their work for God. Believers can rely on the certainties the book proclaims: God is sovereign over human affairs and is effectively bringing in his eternal kingdom, which will encompass all nations. In Tyndale Old Testament Commentaries: … Read more…

Bonhoeffer's Seminary Vision: A Case for Costly Discipleship and Life Together

Bonhoeffer's Seminary Vision: A Case for Costly Discipleship and Life Together

by Paul R. House

Exploring a neglected facet of Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s life and legacy, this book examines his work training seminary students for pastoral ministry, arguing for personal, face-to-face education in response to today's rise of online education.… Read more…

Fallen: A Theology of Sin

Fallen: A Theology of Sin

by D. A. Carson, Paul R. House, Robert W. Yarbrough, Gerald Bray, Christopher W. Morgan, Robert A. Peterson, David B. Calhoun, Bryan Chapell, John W. Mahony, Douglas J. Moo and Sydney H. T. Page

Everyone knows the world is broken. Leading evangelical scholars join forces to explore the biblical doctrine of sin from a variety of angles, including historical theology and the modern world. Part of the Theology in Community series.… Read more…

Essential Evangelicalism: The Enduring Influence of Carl F. H. Henry

Essential Evangelicalism: The Enduring Influence of Carl F. H. Henry

by John D. Woodbridge, D. A. Carson, R. Albert MohlerJr., Paul R. House, David S. Dockery, Owen Strachan, Gregory Alan Thornbury, Matthew Hall, Russell Moore, Richard Mouw and Ben Peays

This collection of essays by a team of evangelical scholars explores the legacy of Carl F. H. Henry, a neglected giant of twentieth-century evangelicalism—contending masterfully for Henry’s continued relevance in a changing world.… Read more…