As we mentioned yesterday, this year marks Crossway’s 75th year of “gospel-centered publishing.” We recently sat down with some Crossway authors and asked them, “What does it mean to be gospel-centered?”
We think we know the story of Joseph—the young man sold into slavery by his own brothers before rising to immense power over all of Egypt. But is it possible that we’ve missed the real story behind the story?
In Joseph and the Gospel of Many Colors: Reading an Old Story in a New Way, Voddie Baucham Jr. shows us the crucial role that the story of Joseph plays in redemptive history.
Engaging and thoughtful, this book will help you read the Bible from a Christ-centered perspective and revitalize your love for God—the true hero of history.
“You may have heard the story many times, but perhaps not quite as you will in this book. Voddie Baucham displays the brilliant colors of the gospel with uncommon richness.”
Michael Horton, J. Gresham Machen Professor of Systematic Theology and Apologetics, Westminster Seminary California
Everyone has experienced isolation and alienation. We lost more than a nice home when we were banished from Eden. We lost relationship with God and with each other.
But then God did the unthinkable. The Son of God became the Man Christ Jesus: one of us that we might be united to him.
In Found in Him: The Joy of the Incarnation and Our Union with Christ, Elyse Fitzpatrick explores the wonder of the incarnation and the glory of our union with Christ, offering us a sure path to ultimate acceptance and true belonging through the power of the gospel.
“In her newest and perhaps most important work, my friend Elyse Fitzpatrick describes the beautiful union we have with our Savior and the joys of drawing from the Vine. I highly recommend this exceptional book!”
Joni Eareckson Tada, Founder and CEO, Joni and Friends International Disability Center
Check out the book’s trailer below:
Sometimes interviews don’t go the way you planned… Sometimes they get to feeling a little bit weird… And sometimes, yes sometimes, things get downright awkward.