Written by distinguished evangelical scholars, they offer clear, reliable and relevant explanations of every book. The intro to each volume gives a concise but thorough description of the authorship, date and historical background . The commentary itself examines the text section by section, drawing out its main themes. It also comments on individual verses and deals with problems of interpretation. The aim throughout is to get at the true meaning of the Bible and to make its message plain.
Edited by Alec Motyer, John Stott and Derek Tidball, the Bible Speaks Today (BST) commentaries cover all sixty-six books of the Bible, both Old and New Testaments, and key biblical themes in fifty-five volumes. Designed for both preachers and those who teach from Scripture, and for those studying the Bible on their own, each BST volume features insightful, readable commentary on the biblical texts and discussion of how they relate to contemporary life.£7.99-£12.99
Tom Wright has completed a tremendous task: to provide comprehensive guides to all the books of the New Testament, and to furnish them with his own fresh translation of the entire text. Each short passage is followed by a highly readable commentary with helpful background information. The format makes it appropriate also for daily study. Mostly £8.99 & £9.99
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Designed for serious readers of the Bible, The Pillar New Testament Commentary seeks above all to make clear the meaning of the text of Scripture as we have it. Writers of the PNTC volumes interact with the most important, informed contemporary debate yet avoid undue technical detail. Their ideal is a blend of rigorous exegesis and exposition, scholarship and pastoral sensitivity, with an eye alert both to biblical theology and to the contemporary relevance of the Bible.
In this superbly detailed biography Tom Wright traces Paul's career from zealous persecutor of the fledgling Church, through his journeys as the world's greatest missionary theologian, to his likely death as a Christian martyr at the hands of Nero in the mid 60s CE. Drawing judiciously on the latest research into the Jewish, Greek and Roman worlds, and enriched by a wealth of critical insight into Paul's own writings
Nick page £14.99 A completely revised edition of this best-selling Bible resource with new ideas, diagrams and illustrations Uniquely presented, this handbook uses modern language, humour and ingenious diagrams to bring the Bible to life.The Bible Book is a unique kind of guide to the Bible. Informative, though-provoking and very, very readable, this is a book that will help you explore the most famous book in the world. Informal, but informed, simple but never simplistic.
£12.99 A unique overview of both the Old and New Testaments, from a widely respected evangelical speaker and writer. Unlocking the Bible opens up the word of God in a fresh and powerful way. Avoiding the small detail of verse by verse studies, it sets out the epic story of God and his people in Israel. The culture, historical background and people are introduced and the teaching applied to the modern world. Eight volumes have been brought into one compact and easy to use guide
£8.99 In this excellent overview, Vaughan Roberts paints the big picture, showing how the different parts of the Bible fit together under the theme of the kingdom of God. He offers us tools to read it with confidence, enthusiasm and understanding. Vaughan points us to the Bible's supreme subject, Jesus Christ, and the salvation God offers through him.
Helen-Ann Hartley Again and again, we hear that such-and-such an opinion is not ‘biblical', implying that the Bible speaks with a unified voice on any matter. With humour and examples drawn from art and life, Helen-Ann Hartley argues that our reading of this varied collection of writings has to be generous, not exclusive. To appreciate fully the Bible's richness and diversity, we have to wrestle critically and creatively with themes that attract us and repel us.
The SPCK Bible Atlas includes accurate and accessible retellings of the key events of the Bible, illustrated by more than 100 full-colour, digitally rendered maps. Each chapter includes a handy chart showing exactly where each event is located in the Bible. It features extensive discussion of the geography and archaeology of the Bible lands, placing the biblical narrative in its historical and cultural contexts. In addition, this atlas contains family trees, timelines, charts tables & more
Attractive abridgement of Nelson's New Illustrated Bible Commentary Makes the Bible's "Then and There" become the "Here and Now" of God's Word today
£12.99 Young's Bible Dictionary offers concise and clear information on all the major people, places, objects, events, key words in the Bible, and theological terms. Designed to be used alongside all major Bible translations, this tool is highly rated for scholarship and clarity
£30.00 Only this concordance provides a complete index of every appearance of every word in the NIV Bible; it's a must-own for every serious reader of the Scripture. More accurate and comprehensive than online searches and Strong's concordances, and offering complete access to the Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek words from which the Bible was translated, this award-winning resource promises to make your Bible study the very best.
£12.99 This easy-to-read exploration of the Bible allows you to follow the key narratives from Genesis to Revelation. As you travel through Bible lands and times you will discover how the people lived: the foods they ate, the homes they occupied, the clothes they wore, and the work they performed. The focus on narrative means that those coming fresh to the Bible will find an easy point of access. Full colour throughout; now in new flexiback format.
£11.99 An easy-to-read history of our Bible through the ages introduces the story behind the writing of the Bible itself. Packed with fascinating facts and detailed illustrations exploring the origins of the books of the Bible, translations and early printings. A companion title to Candle Bible Handbook.
Penelope Wilcock These studies provide a bridge for people to find their place in the Bible story. Designed to be used individually, they can also be followed thematically - with twenty-five studies on Bible characters; twenty lessons from the life of Jesus; five studies from the Law and Prophets, and more. Each double-page spread has a Bible passage, supporting commentary, a series of questions and a prayer.
Penelope Wilcock £12.99 These vibrant and thought-provoking studies are intended for use in a group, but could work equally well as an aid to personal devotion. This collection sets out to build a bridge between the eternal Gospel and its lived context in contemporary life; together they form a comprehensive overview of the Christian way of discipleship. Covering a wide-range of topics and themes - such as Baptism, Spiritual Charisms, Grace and Ordination to name just a few
From CWR the home of Every day with Jesus. £3.99
7 Studies for Individuals or Groups £3.99
Lots to choose form in this very popular series
The Gateway Seven series offers a fresh encounter with God through seven biblical books, each representing a distinctive genre. Together they will deepen your understanding of the whole Bible and open a gateway to insights and implications that will have an impact on you and your life – seven days a week.A six-session Bible study guide with LICC’s signature blend of real-life practicality, biblical scholarship, and a whole-life discipleship focus.
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