For the past two weeks, we’ve been giving away Ben Witherington’s What’s in the Word for free—I hope you had a chance to grab it! We’re now working with Baylor University Press to offer a limited-time 20% discount on the five-volume Ben Witherington III Collection for readers of the Logos Academic blog.
Witherington’s careful methods of study have led him to examine important—and often controversial—topics that you’ll find in the Ben Witherington III Collection. These five volumes of helpful insight are all tagged to connect with Scripture as well as with the rest of your Logos library.
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Use coupon code BW35 to save 20% for a limited time! What’s In the Word is included in the volumes (listed below), which means that if you already own the book (or any other books in the collection) you’ll save even more with Dynamic Pricing. Add this collection to your library today before the deal expires. Get it now!
The Living Word: Rethinking the Theology of the Bible
If we believe that Scripture is God’s word and that God cannot err, then it follows the Bible is inerrant. But what would have constituted an error in the biblical cultures? What does Scripture testify about itself and the nature of its reliability? Ben Witherington, prolific New Testament Professor at Asbury Seminary, addresses these and related questions, including the formation of the canon, the history of Bible translations, how to choose among the many English-language versions, and basic hermeneutical principles. Almost every reader will disagree at some point, but the vast majority of his positions are compelling and clear. Warmly to be recommended.
—Craig L. Blomberg, Distinguished Professor of New Testament, Denver Seminary
Making a Meal of It: Rethinking the Theology of the Lord’s Supper
In Making a Meal of It, Ben Witherington provides a competent guide to the numerous complexities surrounding the Lord’s Supper, one that, in the end, helps the reader to understand this central Christian ceremony as something much more than either magic or mere symbolism. From socio-cultural background information to incisive exegetical observations, from careful historical survey to very practical application; this book will benefit anyone who desires to better understand—and more fully experience—the true kingdom mystery of the Lord’s Supper.
—Paul Rhodes Eddy, Professor of Biblical and Systematic Theology, Bethel University
The Problem with Evangelical Theology: Testing the Exegetical Foundations of Calvinism, Dispensationalism, and Wesleyanism
Ben Witherington reminds us that being Reformed is a continual process. He calls Evangelical Christians to a fresh look at their claim to take Scripture seriously. Few scholars are better placed to do so. Witherington is authoritative and writes here with his usual compelling style.
—Trevor Hart, Principal of St Mary’s College and Head of the School of Divinity, University of St Andrews
Troubled Waters: Rethinking the Theology of Baptism
Baptism debates flooded churches and seminaries a generation back and, without settling issues once and for all, the flood subsided. Standing now alone, with a peaceful olive branch in his hand, is Ben Witherington, asking Christians once again to go back both to those debates and to the Bible. Let’s join him.
—Scot McKnight, Karl A. Olsson Professor in Religious Studies, North Park University
What’s In the Word: Rethinking the Socio-Rhetorical Character of the New Testament
This book tackles a series of contentious subjects with clarity and verve. It may even change your mind on some.
—Darrell Bock, Research Professor of New Testament Studies, Dallas Theological Seminary
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