"This festschrift ably honors Jim Jordan and his brilliant body of work, which has illumined the glories of biblical structure, symbolism, and typology like few others in our day."
- Roy Atwood
Creation in Six Days offers an exegetical, literary, and theological defense of the traditional interpretation of the Genesis account of six-day creation.More info →
Although the book of Revelation is said to give a blessing to those who read and hear it, it often results in confusion as well.More info →
How well developed is your biblical worldview? Through New Eyes will fill in some of those annoying, perhaps gaping cracks.More info →
This is a fun little book. The essays roam all over the map, but center around the Church and its centrality in the Kingdom of God.More info →
Seeking to train readers to "hear all that is being said" within a written text, Peter Leithart advocates a hermeneutics of the letter that is not rigidly literalist and looks to learn to read--not just the Bible, but everything--from Jesus and Paul.More info →
1 and 2 Kings is the second volume in the forty-volume Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible and follows Jaroslav Pelikan's volume on Acts.More info →