Have you ever wanted to visit the Holy Land? This beautifully illustrated handbook is the next best thing to being there! Whether you’re prepping for a visit or “traveling” from home, you’ll appreciate Wise’s pairing of stunning color photographs with engaging explanations of the history, culture, geography, and key sites of the Bible.
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Commentary on the Gopsel According to St. John by St. Cyril of Alexandria- Vol. 2 of 2 (from John 8:44 until the end) St. Cyril of Alexandria (ca. 378-444), one of the most brilliant representatives of the Alexandrian theological tradition, is best known for championing the term Theotokos (God-bearer) in opposition to Nestorius of Constantinople. [...]
The book of Job is regarded as one of the wisdom books found in the Old Testament, fit for all times and all people. It speaks of the sufferings of a blessed man by the name of Job who has to deal with many tribulations as well as the accusations of his friends. In all [...]
The new Then and Now: Bible Map Atlas includes features that will satisfy the needs of students, pastors, or people interested in understanding the Scriptures better. The book includes: Bible maps with clear plastic overlays of modern-day cities and countries and show you where Bible places are located today More than 120 full-color accurate and [...]
What if God designed your church? What if He came down and told an architect exactly how to make it: building materials, size, shape, where to place the furniture, what art to place there…every detail? Wouldn’t you wonder, WHY? Why this type of wood or this kind of metal? Why this artwork here instead of [...]
Getting the most out of Bible reading time just got easier. This handy guide is small in size but big on information. Author Terry Glaspey addresses the top questions people have about the Bible, presents a 90–day reading plan, and eases the intimidation factor as he shares verses for comfort, peace, and grace 7 ways [...]
Origen of Alexandria (185-254), one of the most prolific authors of antiquity and arguably the most important and influential pre-Nicene Christian theologian, was a man of deep learning and holiness of life. Regrettably, many of his works are no longer extant. Origen’s numerous homilies provide the oldest surviving corpus of Christian sermons and shaped exegesis [...]