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New books worth reading

The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary recently did a Q&A panel discussion with some of their professors on their new books. In fact, each one of the panelists has contributed to Credo Magazine in the past or is contributing in the future! Here they are:

Tom Schreiner, The King in His Beauty: A Biblical Theology of the Old and New Testaments.

Tom Nettles, Living by Revealed Truth: The Life and Pastoral Theology of Charles Haddon Spurgeon.

Jim Hamilton,What is Biblical Theology? A Guide to the Bible’s Story, Symbolism, and Patterns.

Heath Lambert, Finally Free: Fighting for Purity with the Power of Grace.

Denny Burk, What is the Meaning of Sex?

And here is the video:

Also, do not miss the recent contributions of Tom Schreiner and James Hamilton to the new issue of Credo Magazine!


What’s the Big Idea Story?

Why Biblical Theology Should Matter to Every Bible-Believing Christian

When the sixteenth-century Reformation erupted, one of the alarming dangers that became blatantly obvious to reformers like Martin Luther was the pervasiveness of biblical illiteracy among the laity. It may be tempting to think that this problem has been solved almost five hundred years later. However, in our own day biblical illiteracy in the pew continues to present a challenge. Many Christians in our post-Christian context simply are not acquainted with the storyline of the Bible and God’s actions in redemptive history from Adam to the second Adam.

With this concern in mind, the current issue of Credo Magazine strives to take a step forward, in the right direction, by emphasizing the importance of “biblical theology.” Therefore, we have brought together some of the best and brightest minds to explain what biblical theology is, why it is so important, and how each and every Christian can become a biblical theologian. Our hope in doing so is that every Christian will return to the text of Scripture with an unquenchable appetite to not only read the Bible, but comprehend God’s unfolding plan of salvation.

Contributors include: Justin Taylor, Darian Lockett, Edwards Klink III, David Murray, Stephen Dempster, James Hamilton, T. Desmond Alexander, Stephen Wellum, Peter Gentry, G. K. Beale, Graham Cole, and many others.

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