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2/21/2022 – Chronological and Background Charts of the Old Testament (Zondervan Charts) – Charts provide visual organization that is ideal for teaching, learning, and review. This revised edition of Chronological and Background Charts of the Old Testament includes 42 new charts and 18 revised charts. The charts cover historical, literary, archaeological, and theological aspects of the Old Testament, its background, and biblical studies.
2/21/2022 – New Studies in Biblical Theology Series Collection | NSBT (53 vols.) – The New Studies in Biblical Theology (NSBT) series helps you carefully and sensitively address key issues in a clear biblical theology approach. Drawing from well-respected biblical scholars such as D.A. Carson, Craig L. Blomberg, and G.K. Beale, this series represents the elite in biblical theology.
2/21/2022 – Piercing Leviathan: God’s Defeat of Evil in the Book of Job (New Studies in Biblical Theology, vol. 56 | NSBT) – Eric Ortlund argues that Behemoth and Leviathan are best understood as symbols of cosmic chaos and evil—that a supernatural interpretation fits better exegetically within the book of Job and within Job’s ancient Middle Eastern context.
2/22/2022 – James: An Exegetical Guide for Preaching and Teaching (Big Greek Idea) – Biblical Greek experts Herbert W. Bateman IV and William C. Varner lay out the linguistic and grammatical features unique to James—such as his specialized vocabulary and prolific use of imperatives—to show how the book’s many strong statements connect to one another in this masterwork on living according to the teachings of Jesus.
2/22/2022 – Typology-Understanding the Bible’s Promise-Shaped Patterns: How Old Testament Expectations are Fulfilled in Christ – In Typology-Understanding the Bibles Promise-Shaped Patterns, author James M. Hamilton Jr. shows that the similarities we find in the Bible are based on genuine historical correspondence and demonstrates how we recognize them in the repetition of words and phrases, the parallels between patterns of events, and key thematic equivalences.
2/23/2022 – Obadiah, Jonah and Micah: An Introduction and Commentary (Tyndale Old Testament Commentary | TOTC) – In this Tyndale commentary on these minor but important prophets, Daniel Timmer considers each book’s historical setting, genre, structure, and unity. He explores their key themes with an eye to their fulfilment in the New Testament and their significance for today.
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