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  1. Revelation

    Gerald L. Stevens

    Pickwick / MAY 2014

    This three-part study covers the history of interpretation, theological foundations, and exegesis. Copious illustrations from the author's worldwide travels enhance discussion of Rome's emperors,... read more »
  2. Social Science and the Christian Scriptures, 3-volume set

    Anthony J. Blasi

    Wipf and Stock / APR 2017

    Sociologist Anthony Blasi analyzes early Christianity using multiple social scientific theories, including those of Max Weber, Georg Simmel, Karl Marx, Antonio Gramsci, Max Scheler, Alfred Schutz,... read more »
  3. Surrounded by Bitterness

    Philip D. King

    Pickwick / JAN 2012

    How did the ancient Hebrew writers understand their emotional experiences of being in distress? Were their feelings similar to those of an English speaker who feels down, or were there other... read more »
  4. Text, Image, and Christians in the Graeco-Roman World

    Aliou Cisse Niang, Carolyn Osiek

    Pickwick / NOV 2011

    Twenty-four scholars join their efforts to congratulate David Lee Balch for a long career of dedication to scholarship and teaching. Topics range from the life of early Christian house churches to... read more »
  5. The Book of Revelation

    George Wesley Buchanan

    Wipf and Stock / OCT 2005

    Both the introduction and the prophecy are saturated with allusions to Hebrew Scripture, which has been applied typologically to the situation at the time the documents were composed. Knowing the... read more »
  6. The Book of the Former Prophets

    Thomas W. Mann

    Cascade / APR 2011

    The Former Prophets of the Hebrew Bible includes the books of Joshua through 2 Kings, a narrative of ancient Israel's history of some seven hundred years from the "conquest" of Canaan to the exile,... read more »
  7. The Books of Kings, Volume 1

    Cyril J. Barber

    Wipf and Stock / SEP 2004

    In a recent essay "The Unmarked Way" Harvard scholar Oscar Handlin wrote: "At some point, midway into the 20th century, Europeans and Americans discovered that they had lost all sense of direction.... read more »
  8. The Books of Kings, Volume 2

    Cyril J. Barber

    Wipf and Stock / JUN 2004

    The apostle Paul admonished the believers in Rome to diligently study what was written in earlier (i.e., Old Testament) times because what was written was written for our instruction, so that... read more »
  9. The Christological Witness Function of the Old Testament Characters in the Gospel of John

    Sanghee M. Ahn

    Wipf and Stock / JUN 2014

    This book investigates the narrative function of the Old Testament characters in the Gospel of John. The intriguing thesis is that the Hebrew characters in John's narrative uniformly function as a... read more »
  10. The Christology of the Fourth Gospel

    Paul N. Anderson

    Cascade / JAN 2010

    This important work not only contributes to understanding the origins and character of John's christological tensions, but it also outlines a new set of theories regarding several innovative... read more »

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