Software Sale on NIDNTTE! (New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology and Exegesis)
For a limited time, the software edition of the New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology and Exegesis (Revised Edition) is 20% off.
Hurry, because this sale ends November 24, 2015.
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About the NIDNTTE
A standard reference work for nearly 40 years, this thoroughly revised and updated edition of the NIDNTTE offers a wealth of information on the meaning of New Testament Greek words—as well as related usage in classical Greek sources, the Septuagint, Jewish literature, and more. Learn more.
How does the Revised NIDNTTE compare to the original? Refer to the chart below.
Top 10 Biblical Studies Books Your SBL, ETS Book Bag Will Crave
Yes, the marathons of presentations, plenary sessions, lectures, meetings, and receptions known as AAR/SBL and ETS are upon us. But don’t fret. We’re here to help make your time as enjoyably and productive as possible by charting a course for your book-buying adventure. After all, that is the main attraction, isn’t it?
Below are the top biblical studies resources your book bag will crave this season, and for which your carry-on will probably resent you. They represent the latest, cutting edge research and scholarship in Greek and Hebrew, books of the Bible, and biblical theology—including the celebrated landmark NIV Zondervan Study Bible.
Do yourself—and your trusty book bag friend—a favor: print this list, take it with you, and stock up to your heart’s content!
eBook Sale: NIV Application Commentaries Just $4.99
Discover the Bible through this commentary series that helps with both halves of the interpretive task – bringing an ancient message into a modern context – explaining not only what the Bible meant but also how it can speak powerfully today.
For the first time we have combined the eBooks into bundles.
Save even more by getting these bundles that make it easier (and cheaper) than ever to complete your collection!
Pentateuch | Sale: $17.99 (value: $89.99) Historical Books | Sale: $24.99 (value: $113.99) Wisdom Books | Sale: $17.99 (value: $83.99) Major Prophets | Sale: $17.99 (value: $65.99) Minor Prophets | Sale: $17.99 (value: $57.99) Gospels, Acts | Sale: $19.99 (value: $100.99) Pauline Epistles | Sale: $34.99 (value: $112.99)…
Coming Soon: Online Courses from Zondervan Academic
UPDATE: Zondervan Academic Online Courses are now available. Get the story here.
Have you heard the news? Zondervan Academic and BibleMesh are partnering to offer online courses that help schools and instructors do what they do best.
In a few weeks, we’ll announce all the details.
To be one of the first to be notified, sign up here.
How it works
If you’re looking for ways to start or improve the online program at your school, then Zondervan Academic Online Courses can help.
Begin a new program. If your school doesn’t yet offer online courses, then Zondervan Academic can help you get started. Supplement your existing program. Even if you already offer online courses, Zondervan Academic can help you round out the classes your students can take. Use in your residential program. New courses from…
Finally, A Commentary by South Asian Scholars for South Asian Readers
Several years ago an American friend worked with pastors in Ukraine, offering ministry encouragement and strategic insights. At his first meeting he was greeted by a baseball diamond diagram popularized by an American book helping churches supercharge their ministry. They were using it to help guide their Eastern European churches.
He thought the baseball analogy was contextually out of place. Instead of importing American ministry strategies, he encouraged these leaders to create contextual ones for their indigenous ministries.
The same could be said for Bible commentaries.
Biblical insights from Western commentaries can be helpful elsewhere. Yet non-Western churches need resources to explain the Bible, relate its meaning to specific contexts, and apply Scripture to their life and ministry. Now we have such a resource for South Asia.
The new South…
Does the Bible Teach ‘Faith Alone’?
Faith Alone is one of five new resources exploring the five sola rallying cries of the Reformation (including sola scriptura, solus Christus, sola gratis, and soli Deo gloria). In this volume Schreiner offers a historical, biblical and theological tour of the doctrine of justification.
Last week we examined one reason why ‘faith alone’ matters: the early church taught it. Schreiner makes the point, though, that “as Protestants we believe in sola scriptura. We must, in the end, turn to what the Scriptures say and cannot simply rely on tradition or interpretations from the past.” (97)
In other words, does the Bible teach faith alone?
How to Season Your Speech with Salt – Spotlight on WBC: Colossians-Philemon, $9.99 for a Limited Time
Did you know there’s just a little time left in the Word Biblical Commentary sale at Logos, Accordance, Olive Tree, and WORDsearch?
This sale includes Peter T. O’Brien’s classic volume on Colossians and Philemon. Read an excerpt from Colossians-Philemon below, and then buy it now to save about 70% off the original price!
Just act fast, because this sale ends on 9/30/15. Find WBC: Colossians-Philemon and other volumes on sale here:
How to Season Your Speech with Salt – From WBC: Colossians-Philemon by Peter T. O’Brien
[Colossians 4:6 “Let your conversation be always full of grace, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how to answer everyone.” (NIV)]
“Seasoned with salt,” which is the literal rendering of the Greek, is…
Biblical Greek Award Winners, 2014-2015. Plus an Invitation to Instructors.
Did you know Zondervan Academic partners with colleges, universities, and seminaries to recognize students for outstanding achievement in the study of biblical Greek?
To find out how your school can participate in the Zondervan Biblical Greek Award program, please contact Joshua Kessler (email@example.com).
And please join us in congratulating the 2014-2015 winners.
Biblical Greek Award Winners, 2014-2015
Alberta Bible College – Mariah Rempel Asbury Theological Seminary – Nathan Shedd Asbury Theological Seminary – Orlando Campus – Michael Beck Baptist Bible Seminary – Kurt Bricker Barton College – Mary Taylor Bethel Seminary – San Diego – Jack Davenport Bethel Seminary – St. Paul – Clynt Reddy Brite Divinity School – James Webner Calvary Bible College, Kansas City, MO – Dalton R. Vansell Calvary Chapel Bible College – Jesse Corey and Dorinda Thompson Calvary Theological Seminary – Kenneth B. Chipchase Calvin College…
An Armchair Theologian’s Guide to Paul & Second Temple Judaism
Five years ago I witnessed one of the most significant shifts in Pauline studies coming to roost at the heart of evangelical theological engagement, the Evangelical Theological Society’s 2010 annual meeting on “The New Perspective on Paul.”
At the time I was finishing my MDiv. Though I appreciated the conference, I got a bit lost in the technical jargon surrounding Paul and Second Temple Judaism. I remember wishing for a nontechnical resource to assist in connecting Paul to his Jewish contemporaries. The new Reading Romans in Context is the book I was waiting for.
Ministry practitioners, students, and armchair theologians alike will find this illuminating, approachable guide useful in exploring Pauline theology’s relationship to Second Temple Judaism. Essays pair a Romans passage with its thematically related…
Paul’s “Cutting” Remarks – Spotlight on WBC: Galatians, $9.99 for a Limited Time
Did you know that for a short time, all Word Biblical Commentary volumes are on sale at Logos, Accordance, Olive Tree, and WORDsearch?
This includes Richard N. Longenecker’s classic volume on the Book of Galatians. Read an excerpt from Galatians below, and then buy it now to save about 70% off the original price!
Just act fast, because this sale ends soon. Find WBC: Galatians and other volumes on sale here:
Paul’s “Cutting” Remarks – From WBC: Galatians by Richard N. Longenecker
5:7 “you were running well. Who cut in on you to be keeping you from obeying the truth?” While the first half of this section on “Holding Fast to Freedom” is, as Betz notes, a “highly condensed section,”…
WBC Software Super Sale: Just $9.99 for Each Word Biblical Commentary Volume
Right now, each Word Biblical Commentary is just $9.99!
For a brief time all WBC volumes are on sale at Logos, Accordance, Olive Tree, and WORDsearch. You’ll save an average of 70% off the original price!
Just act fast, because this sale ends September 30! Here are the deals:
WBC has more #1-rated volumes than any other commentary series (source: BestCommentaries.com, view the top commentaries). These essential resources feature top-rated scholarship by Richard J. Bauckham, William D. Mounce, Gordon J. Wenham, John E. Goldingay, Richard N. Longenecker, and many others.
Word Biblical Commentary delivers the best in biblical scholarship, featuring an international team of over 50 top scholars. These are the leading scholars of our day who share a commitment to Scripture…
Paul Has 5 Things to Say to Rich Christians
Paul has a message for you.
This message comes to us through Keith Krell’s and the late Verlyn Verbrugge’s new book Paul and Money—a biblical and theological analysis of Paul’s teachings and practices on how financial matters intersect with our lives.
One of those matters addresses the question, “Did Paul have an independent message…for Christians who had wealth? The answer to this question is a resounding yes.” (242)
They reveal 5 important things about this message, which have great bearing on the financial lives of most Christians
1) Money-Love Roots Evil
We’ve all heard one of Paul’s more pointed instructions:…