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  • Dictionary Of The Old Testament Prophets

    $70.00

    With the Dictionary of the Old Testament: Prophets, IVP’s Black Dictionary series completes its coverage of the Old Testament canonical books. A true compendium of recent scholarship, the volume includes 115 articles covering all aspects of Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, the twelve “minor prophets” and Daniel. Each book’s historical, cultural, religious and literary background is thoroughly covered, alongside articles on interpretation history and critical method. Pastors, scholars and students will find this a deep resource for their Old Testament studies.

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  • Return To Me

    $28.00

    Series Preface
    Author’s Preface
    Abbreviations
    1. Introduction
    2. Repentance In The Torah
    3. Repentance In The Former Prophets
    4. Repentance In The Latter Prophets: Penitential Process
    5. Repentance In The Latter Prophets: Isaiah
    6. Repentance In The Latter Prophets: Jeremiah And Ezekiel
    7. Repentance In The Latter Prophets: The Twelve
    8. Repentance In The Writings: Wisdom And Worship
    9. Repentance In The Writings: Exile And Restoration
    10. Repentance In The Writings: Chronicles
    11. Repentance In Old Testament Theology
    12. Repentance In The New Testament
    13. Repentance In New Testament Theology
    14. Theological Implications Of Repentance
    Bibliography
    Index Of Authors
    Index Of Scripture References

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    Return to me, says the LORD of hosts, and I will return to you’ (Zech. 1:3 ESV). Repentance concerns the repair of a relationship with God disrupted by human sin. All the major phases of church history have seen diversity and controversy over the doctrine. The first of Luther’s famous ninety-five theses nailed to the church door in Wittenburg in 1517 stated that ‘the entire life of believers should be one of repentance’. In recent times, two divisive debates within evangelicalism over ‘lordship salvation’ and ‘hypergrace’ have had repentance at their core. The theme of repentance is evident in almost every Old and New Testament corpus. However, it has received little sustained attention over the past half-century of scholarship, which has been largely restricted to word studies or focused on a particular text or genre. Studies of the overall theology of the Bible have typically given the theme only passing mention. In response, Mark Boda offers a comprehensive overview of the theological witness of Scripture to the theme of repentance. The key to understanding is not simply to be found in word studies, but also in the broader meaning of texts as these communicate through a variety of words, images and stories. The importance of repentance in redemptive history is emphasized. It is fundamentally a return to intimate fellowship with the triune God, our Creator and Redeemer. This relational return arises from the human heart and impacts attitudes, words and actions. ‘I have not found another book that sets out to treat repentance in quite the way that Mark Boda has: he patiently, thoroughly, and effectively works his way through Scripture to learn what repentance means and what it looks like in each canonical corpus, covering not only commonly used words, but also the fundamental concepts’ (D. A. Carson).

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  • Translating The New Testament

    $39.99

    SKU (ISBN): 9780802863775ISBN10: 0802863779Stanley Porter | Editor: Mark BodaBinding: Trade PaperPublished: September 2009McMaster New Testament StudiesPublisher: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. Print On Demand Product

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