Explore the World of the Bible Writers

The books of the Bible were written in specific geographic locations during specific times in history, and these factors affect how the book should be understood and interpreted. Often, the authors assumed that their audiences already understood the context, so they don’t spend time describing these details fully in their books.

The Crossway ESV Bible Atlas strives to fill in these details to help re-create the context. It is a comprehensive collection of highly accurate, aesthetically appealing resources that present geographic and historical information in a way that is easy to use and not filled with overwhelming technical details.

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Swindoll’s Living Insights New Testament Commentary

A deeply practical resource for exploring God’s Word

“My continued hope and prayer is that you will find these volumes helpful in your own study and personal application of the Bible. May they help you come to realize, as I have over these many years, that God’s word is as timeless as it is true.” –Chuck Swindoll

Swindoll’s Living Insights New Testament Commentary brings the Bible to life. Newly revised and expanded, the 14 volumes draw on author and Gold Medallion Award winner Swindoll’s 50 years of experience with studying and preaching God’s Word. A self-proclaimed “addict” to the examination and proclamation of the Scriptures, Swindoll says his major goal in life is to “communicate the Word with accuracy, insight, clarity, and practicality.”

14 Volumes Full of Practical Insights

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New! What the OT & NT Authors Really Cared About

Designed to focus on the message of each book of the Bible while displaying full-color images, charts and other helpful items that make this a very accessible resource.

You will find the volumes of What the Old Testament Authors Really Cared About and What the New Testament Authors Cared Really About to be easy to use and learn from.

Featuring gospel-centered content, each chapter is written by a scholar that specializes in the particular book they are covering. These surveys really strive to help users easily grasp what the biblical authors intended to relate within the Scriptures.

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New Studies in Biblical Theology Series

“This series… offers a wealth of serious theological engagement and biblical faithfulness, and displays some of the best biblical theology in this generation.” – R. Albert Mohler, Preaching, Spring 2017

New Studies in Biblical Theology is an (ongoing) set of 45 volumes that addresses key issues in the discipline of biblical theology.

Accessible and practical, the volumes were created to help you understand your Bible better. Edited by D. A. Carson, they aim to simultaneously instruct and to edify, to interact with current scholarship and to point the way ahead.

Each Volume Focuses on One or More of Three Areas:

  • The nature and status of biblical theology, including its relations with other disciplines (e.g. historical theology, exegesis, systematic theology, historical criticism, narrative theology);
  • The articulation and exposition of the structure of thought of a particular biblical writer or corpus; and
  • The delineation of a biblical theme across all or part of the biblical corpora.

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Read, Feed & Lead with God’s Word For You

God’s Word For You wants to help you read, feed, and lead. Not just a commentary, the 16 complete volumes are expository guides through Scripture, verse by verse.

A flexible resource, God’s Word For You can be used in preparing sermons or lessons, read simply as a book that will teach you, encourage you, and challenge you, or as a daily devotional, complete with reflection questions. Difficult verses or concepts are explained in user-friendly language, and helpful themes and illustrations are included, along with suggested applications.

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A Systematic Theology for the 21st Century

The Christian Foundations seven-volume series is a comprehensive, systematic theology for the twenty-first century. Author Donald G. Bloesch contributes significantly to late modern evangelical theology, exploring what an ancient faith has to say to perplexing new times.

In each of the volumes, Bloesch begins with Scripture then proceeds to dialogue with church tradition and contemporary theology. He also gives special attention to historical background.

Faithful Discussions of the Issues Dividing the Church

Christian Foundations is focused on the work of the Spirit in renewing the church and shaping the Christian life. In doing so, the volumes highlight the issues that are dividing the church in our time.

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