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  1. A Jolly Folly?

    Allan J. Macdonald

    Wipf and Stock / AUG 2017

    “Stop the war on Christmas!”



    This is a common Christian complaint directed toward those perceived to be secularizing the festive season. However, many Christians... read more »
  2. A Journey Through Holy Week

    Justin Miller

    Resource / MAR 2019

    “I forgot!”

    How many of us have heard those words from our own mouths after we failed to remember something important? God’s people, both in the Old Testament and his... read more »
  3. A Land Like Your Own

    Jason M. Silverman, Amy Daughton

    Pickwick / SEP 2010

    A Land Like Your Own explores the ways the Bible has reused previous traditions and has subsequently been reused by both Jews and Christians. The ten essays included cover a broad range of topics... read more »
  4. A Layperson's Guide to Biblical Interpretation

    Luke Bobo

    Resource / JAN 2016

    Interpreting an ancient book like the Bible can be an intimidating task. Hopefully, this book will demystify or make less complicated the task of Biblical interpretation for the layperson (or... read more »
  5. A Life Lived and Laid Down for Friends

    Don Erickson

    Resource / AUG 2019

    A Life Lived and Laid Down for Friends reflects on the iconoclastic life and ministry of Jesus of Nazareth. From the “riches in the rags” story of the nativity to his... read more »
  6. A Lifetime in the Church and the University

    Anthony C. Thiselton

    Cascade / DEC 2014

    "These recollections of a life-time in the Church and in different universities give rise to a diverse series of anecdotes, which provide, first, some entertaining humor, second, a glimpse into... read more »
  7. A Lifetime of Genesis

    Henry A. Zoob

    Wipf and Stock / DEC 2016

    For many readers of the Bible, there are two major obstacles to the enjoyment of scripture: comprehension and relevancy. In A Lifetime of Genesis, Rabbi Zoob seeks to help the reader overcome these... read more »
  8. A Light to the Centurions

    Robert R. Beck

    Wipf and Stock / MAY 2019

    In this book, Robert Beck proposes to read Luke-Acts from the perspective of its implied reader. In making this reader a gentile sympathetic to Judaism, like the “God-fearing”... read more »
  9. A Look At Luke

    Kristen Reed

    Resource / JUL 2018

    Discover a four-week Bible study designed for Christians who are both new to and familiar with reading through their Bibles. The reading plan includes six days studying Luke with study questions... read more »
  10. A Lot of the Way Trees Were Walking

    Cynthia Briggs Kittredge

    Wipf and Stock / FEB 2015

    This cycle of poems travels the path of the Gospel of Mark, rereading and retelling the story, flashing back and anticipating, reading from unusual vantage points, flowing with the author's... read more »

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