Three Great New Titles Coming From Crossway

My title says three titles are “coming.” One is actually already available. That would be D.A. Carson’s newest book Jesus the Son of God. Here’s the catalog description:

Although it is a foundational confession for all Christians, much of the theological significance of Jesus’s identity as “the Son of God” is often overlooked or misunderstood. Moreover, this Christological concept stands at the center of today’s Bible translation debates and increased ministry efforts to Muslims. New Testament scholar D. A. Carson sheds light on this important issue with his usual exegetical clarity and theological insight, first by broadly surveying Jesus’s biblical name as “the Son of God,” and then by focusing on two key texts that speak of Christ’s sonship. The book concludes with the implications of Jesus’s divine sonship for how modern Christians think and speak about Christ, especially in relation to Bible translation and missionary engagement with Muslims across the globe.

Jesus the Son of God

This book is a paperback with 128 pages and sells for $15.99.

Two other titles I want to tell you about I saw in their most recent catalog but have been unable to find on their website.

Why We Belong: Evangelical Unity and Denominational Diversity edited by Anthony Chute, Christopher Morgan, Robert Peterson and Gerald Bray. The catalog description reads:

Denominations. The mention of the word is often enough to spark strong reactions, regardless of whether one is for or against them. This hopeful new volume, made up of contributions from prominent evangelical leaders, argues for the importance of denominations, highlighting their significant strengths while acknowledging potential weaknesses. Contributors from a variety of backgrounds (Anglican, Presbyterian, Baptist, Pentecostal, Lutheran, and Methodist) share their own personal stories related to why they identify with a particular tradition and yet still maintain a robust sense of evangelical unity across denominational lines. Far from merely highlighting differences, this book celebrates the unity that believers enjoy in the gospel for the purpose of fostering productive dialogue and increased understanding within the fragmented landscape of modern evangelicalism.

Why We Belong

Why We Belong will be a paperback with 256 pages and will sell for $18.99. Watch for it June 2013.

Finally, we have another book edited by D.A. Carson called The Scriptures Testify About Me: Jesus and the Gospel in the Old Testament.The catalog reads:

The Bible’s storyline is grand in its sweep, beautiful in its form, and unified in its message. However, many Christians still struggle to understand how the Old and New Testaments fit together, especially in relation to the person and work of Jesus Christ. In this collection of expositions of various Old Testament texts, eight prominent evangelical pastors and scholars demonstrate what it looks like to preach Christ from the Old Testament. From the experience of the Israelites during the exodus, to the cryptic words about Melchizedek in the Psalms, this book offers readers a diverse collection of approaches to gospel-centered preaching from the Old Testament by some of the most skilled expositors of our day.

This will be a paperback with 192 pages and sell for $16.99. Watch for it in April 2013.

Scriptures testify about me

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About Louis

I am a 1997 graduate of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.
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One Response to Three Great New Titles Coming From Crossway

  1. craighurst says:

    Why We Belong looks to be good!

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