For Students and Seminarians

Providence

John Piper

John Piper brings a lifetime of theology, Bible meditation, and pastoral ministry to bear on the doctrine of God’s providence, showing how God’s all-pervasive governing of all things glorifies Christ, and is spectacularly good news for those who trust him.

Surviving Religion 101

Michael J. Kruger

Writing in the form of a letter to his college-age daughter, Michael Kruger’s Surviving Religion 101 takes a topical approach to examining some of the toughest questions Christian students encounter at secular universities.

The Greek New Testament, Produced at Tyndale House, Cambridge

The Greek New Testament, Produced at Tyndale House, Cambridge edited by Dr. Dirk Jongkind and Dr. Peter Williams, is a critical Greek text reflecting decades of scholarly advances and groundbreaking scribal habit studies.

The Greek-English New Testament

This volume pairs the momentous work of The Greek New Testament, Produced at Tyndale House, Cambridge with the English Standard Version text for an accessible way to interact with the New Testament in its original language.

The Greek New Testament, Produced at Tyndale House, Cambridge, Reader's Edition

This reader’s edition of the Greek New Testament text combines the new Greek New Testament, Produced at Tyndale House, Cambridge with running glosses of words occurring fewer than 25 times in the New Testament.

The Greek New Testament, Produced at Tyndale House, Cambridge

The Greek New Testament, Produced at Tyndale House, Cambridge edited by Dr. Dirk Jongkind and Dr. Peter Williams, is a critical Greek text reflecting decades of scholarly advances and groundbreaking scribal habit studies.

The Greek New Testament, Produced at Tyndale House, Cambridge

The Greek New Testament, Produced at Tyndale House, Cambridge edited by Dr. Dirk Jongkind and Dr. Peter Williams, is a critical Greek text reflecting decades of scholarly advances and groundbreaking scribal habit studies.

ESV Expository Commentary

Four New Testament scholars offer passage-by-passage commentary through the books of Romans, 1–2 Corinthians, and Galatians, explaining difficult doctrines, shedding light on overlooked sections, and applying them to life and ministry today. Part of the ESV Expository Commentary series.

ESV Expository Commentary

Two New Testament scholars offer passage-by-passage commentary through the narratives of John and Acts, explaining difficult doctrines, shedding light on overlooked sections, and making applications to life and ministry today.

ESV Expository Commentary

Six experienced Bible teachers walk through some of the richest but more challenging books of the New Testament, helping Bible readers understand what they say about Christians’ hope for the future.

ESV Expository Commentary

Three Old Testament scholars offer passage-by-passage commentary through the books of Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther, and Job, explaining difficult doctrines, shedding light on overlooked sections, and applying them to life and ministry today. Part of the ESV Expository Commentary series.

ESV Expository Commentary

With contributions from a team of pastors and scholars, this commentary through 9 of Paul’s letters helps students of the Bible to understand how each epistle fits in with the storyline of Scripture and applies today.

ESV Expository Commentary

Thirteen contributors explain the shorter Prophetic Books of the Old Testament—Daniel, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi—with biblical insight and pastoral wisdom, showing readers the hope that is offered even amidst judgment.

ESV Expository Commentary

A team of pastors and scholars walks through 6 historical books of the Old Testament, showing how they fit in with the rest of redemptive history and God’s plan for his people throughout the ages.

The Hebrew Old Testament, Reader's Edition

The Hebrew Old Testament, Reader’s Edition combines the text of the Westminster Leningrad Codex (WLC) with a running list of glosses of every word that occurs fewer than 75 times in the Hebrew Old Testament, for an easier reading experience in the original language.

Systematic Theology

Robert Letham

This single-volume systematic theology seeks to provide a clear and concise articulation of the Reformed faith, rooted in historical teaching while addressing current challenges in the life of the church.

Reformed Systematic Theology, Volume 2

Joel R. Beeke, Paul M. Smalley

The second installment in the Reformed Systematic Theology series draws on historical theology of the Reformed tradition, exploring the doctrines of man and Christ with an accessible, comprehensive, and experiential approach.

Reformed Systematic Theology, Volume 1

Joel R. Beeke, Paul M. Smalley

The first volume in the Reformed Systematic Theology series draws on the historical theology of the Reformed tradition, exploring the first 2 of 8 central points of systematic theology with an accessible, comprehensive, and experiential approach.

Work and Our Labor in the Lord

James M. Hamilton Jr.

Well-known biblical scholar James Hamilton explores the theme of work throughout the whole Bible—its original purpose, how it was affected by the fall, and how we should think about it today. Part of the Short Studies in Biblical Theology series.

The Son of God and the New Creation

Graeme Goldsworthy

A renowned Bible scholar traces the theme of divine sonship through both the Old and New Testaments, highlighting Jesus’s identity as the ultimate “Son of God” and his role in launching the new creation.

The Serpent and the Serpent Slayer

Andrew David Naselli

Andrew David Naselli traces the theme of serpent, dragon, and dragon slayer through the Bible from the garden to the new heaven, helping readers experience the unity of the Scriptures. Part of the Short Studies in Biblical Theology series.

The New Creation and the Storyline of Scripture

Frank Thielman

In this addition to the Short Studies in Biblical Theology series, Frank Thielman traces the theme of the new creation through Scripture, from God’s promise in Genesis to redeem the world to the culmination of this promise in the book of Revelation.

The Lord's Supper as the Sign and Meal of the New Covenant

Guy Prentiss Waters

The Short Studies in Biblical Theology series is designed to help readers see the whole Bible as a unified story culminating in Jesus Christ. In each volume, a trusted scholar traces an important topic through God's word and explores its significance for the Christian life.

The Kingdom of God and the Glory of the Cross

Patrick Schreiner

Defining the kingdom of God as the interplay of the king’s power over the king’s people in the king’s place, this volume helps readers understand God's purpose for the world.

The City of God and the Goal of Creation

T. Desmond Alexander

Linking the garden of Eden to the New Jerusalem, this volume traces the theme of city throughout Scripture—revealing God’s plan for his people in the great city to come.

Redemptive Reversals and the Ironic Overturning of Human Wisdom

G. K. Beale

A New Testament scholar shows how God has used irony throughout history in order to put his own wisdom and glory on display, using what is weak and foolish to accomplish his purposes.

Marriage and the Mystery of the Gospel

Ray Ortlund

By laying out a cosmic vision of marriage as the Bible teaches from Genesis to Revelation, this volume honors and exalts marriage as a grand display of the gospel, offering hope for our marriages today.

From Chaos to Cosmos

Sidney Greidanus

Tracing the order-out-of-chaos theme from Genesis to Revelation, this volume reveals how God is restoring order from chaos through Jesus Christ once and for all. Part of the Short Studies in Biblical Theology series.

Divine Blessing and the Fullness of Life in the Presence of God

William R. Osborne

In this addition to the Short Studies in Biblical Theology series, William Osborne traces the theme of blessing throughout the Bible, equipping readers with a fuller understanding of God’s benevolence for everyday life.

Covenant and God's Purpose for the World

Thomas R. Schreiner

This book shows how the kingdom of God has advanced through the progression of distinct covenants, collectively serving as the foundation for God's promise to bring redemption to his people.

The Royal Priesthood and the Glory of God

David S. Schrock

David Schrock traces the theme of priesthood throughout the Bible and displays how Jesus, the great high priest, informs the worship, discipleship, and evangelism of the church.

A Biblical Case against Theistic Evolution

Wayne Grudem

Are the events in Genesis 1–3 symbolic or historical? Author Wayne Grudem dissects 12 major events in the creation narrative and explains how reducing them to mere symbolism undermines the rest of Scripture.

To Be a Christian

J. I. Packer, Joel Scandrett, Anglican Church in North America

With 360+ pairs of questions and answers, as well as Scripture references to support each teaching, this catechism instructs new believers and church members in the core beliefs of Christianity from an Anglican perspective.

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