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Key Crossway Titles for ETS

Many Crossway authors and staff members are attending the ETS meeting mentioned in the previous post. We always look forward to this annual opportunity to gather with and learn from evangelicalism’s best scholars, and we can’t help but thank God for the contributions that Crossway authors are making in this forum. Here’s a sampling of the authors and titles that we are blessed to offer to ETS members:
The Erosion of Inerrancy in Evangelicalism: Responding to New Challenges to Biblical Authority

G. K. Beale

Greg Beale’s sturdy, convincing, and courageous defense of the accuracy and inerrancy of Scripture bolsters our assurance that God’s Word is true. Praise God for this scholarly and spirited defense of the truth of Scripture.”
Thomas R. Schreiner,
James Buchanan Professor of New Testament Interpretation, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

“At last, a leading biblical scholar has produced a full-blown defense of biblical inerrancy in a user-friendly style. This is just what is needed in the current debate, and Beale has provided it magnificently.”
Gerald Bray, Research Professor, Beeson Divinity School

Jesus and the Feminists: Who Do They Say That He Is?

Margaret Elizabeth Köstenberger

“Dr. Köstenberger gives us a here a solid, sad, scrupulously fair case study of ideology deflecting exegesis over an entire generation. She shows conclusively that the attempts of a long series of scholars to find Jesus affirming women’s leadership in some way have entirely failed. Surely this is an important cautionary tale for our times.”
J. I. Packer,
Professor of Theology, Regent College

“Margaret Köstenberger succeeds at bringing historical perspective to bear on feminist understanding of Scripture and Christ. Her analyses of radical, reformist, and evangelical wings of this movement are methodical, clear, thorough, and mature. Her findings are highly significant. They force the question: Is Jesus Lord over Western culture’s ideologies or their servant? Today a new generation stands poised to replace the aging leaders who ushered feminism into our churches. Köstenberger points the way to honor their concerns while avoiding their unjustified concessions.”
Robert W. Yarbrough, Associate Professor of New Testament and New Testament Department Chair, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

Is Rome the True Church? A Consideration of the Roman Catholic Claim

Norman L. Geisler and Joshua M. Betancourt

“While not declaring the Roman Catholic Church apostate, Norman Geisler and Joshua Betancourt address the doctrines that evangelicals find problematic in Catholicism. The work is irenic in tone, meticulous in examination, and extensive in sourcing and foot noting. Highly recommended.”
Ralph E. MacKenzie, co-author, Roman Catholics and Evangelicals: Agreements and Differences; Director, San Diego Christian Forum

Reasonable Faith: Christian Truth and Apologetics (3rd Edition)

William Lane Craig

“It is hard to overstate the impact that William Lane Craig has had for the cause of Christ. He is simply the finest Christian apologist of the last half century and his academic work justifies ranking him among the top 1 percent of practicing philosophers in the Western world. Besides that, he is a winsome ambassador for Christ, an exceptional debater, and a man with the heart of an evangelist. I know him well and can say that he lives a life of integrity and lives out what he believes. I do not know of a single thinker who has done more to raise the bar of Christian scholarship in our generation than Craig. He is one of a kind and I thank God for his life and work.”
J. P. Moreland
, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, Talbot School of Theology

“Craig’s work is philosophically and theologically first rate, though accessible to the educated layman. All Christians—Catholic, Protestant, and Orthodox—can gain so much from reading and mastering Craig’s 3rd edition of Reasonable Faith.”
Francis J. Beckwith, Professor of Philosophy & Church-State Studies, Baylor University; Mary Ann Remick Senior Visiting Fellow (2008-2009), University of Notre Dame

Suffering and the Goodness of God

Christopher W. Morgan and Robert A. Peterson, editors

“The skeptic chides: ‘If God is good, he is not God; if God is God, he is not good.’ With Scripture to answer the pain of real life questions, and with real life pain to question Scripture, these theologians address the hardest questions with honesty, tenderness, and deep truth.”
Bryan Chapell, President, Covenant Seminary

“Those who read this book will thank the gifted team of authors for their careful biblical, theological, philosophical, and ethical engagement with the problem of suffering and evil. This timely book addresses these crucial and challenging issues with clarity, conviction, and pastoral sensitivity. Readers will be strengthened, edified, and encouraged. I highly recommend this most important book.”
David S. Dockery, President, Union University

For more information on these titles, visit Crossway’s booth at ETS or www.crossway.org.

November 19, 2008 | Posted in: Uncategorized | Author: Crossway Staff @ 8:54 am | 0 Comments »

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