Fall is in full swing which means we have a new slate of titles on the horizon. We’re excited to announce the arrival of our Fall Catalog. Packed full of essential resources for students, pastors, academics, and general readers, there are a number of books to get excited about.
We’ve already highlighted some of our most exciting titles lined up for 2021. Here are a few books that you might have missed:
Release date: May 12, 2021
Race is one of the most pressing issues of our time; How should pastors tackle it from the pulpit?
In this collection of essays, issues of race and ethnicity are explored from a variety of perspectives, offering guidance to pastors on how to address those topics in their own contexts. Each builds on a foundational passage of Scripture. With contributions from Bryan Loritts, Ray Ortlund, J. D. Greear, and more, Ministers of Reconciliation offers practical and biblically faithful approaches to the subject of race.
Release date: February 3, 2021
Is the Anglican church a Protestant church with distinctive characteristics, or a Catholic Church no longer in communion with Rome?
In Anglicanism: A Reformed Catholic Tradition, Gerald Bray argues that some theological trajectories are more faithful than others to the nature and history of the Church of England. Readers looking to understand the diversity, nature, and future of Anglicanism will be helped by Bray’s historical examination.
New Titles in the SHST Series
There are four new titles in the Studies in Historical and Systematic Theology series scheduled to ship in the Spring of next year with topics ranging from great theological minds like Martin Luther and Jonathan Edwards to the history of Reformation-era Missions and the relationship between preaching and theology.
- Theology Is for Preaching: Biblical Foundations, Method, and Practice edited by Chase R. Kuhn and Paul Grimmond (March 10, 2021)
- The Federal Theology of Jonathan Edwards: An Exegetical Perspective by Gilsun Ryu (April 7, 2021)
- Sixteenth-Century Mission: Explorations in Protestant and Roman Catholic Theology and Practice edited by Robert L. Gallagher and Edward L. Smither (April 7, 2021)
- Always Reforming: Reflections on Martin Luther and Biblical Studies edited by Channing L. Crisler and Robert L. Plummer (April 21, 2021)
New Titles in the SSBT Series
The Studies in Scripture and Biblical Theology series is also getting a shot in the arm with three new titles scheduled for Spring 2021. These titles a linguistic study of evil in Genesis, a study of Joseph as a resurrection figure, and a discussion of the Jewish roots of Christianity.
- Evil in Genesis: A Contextual Analysis of Hebrew Lexemes for Evil in the Book of Genesis by Ingrid Faro (February 17, 2021)
- Figuring Resurrection: Joseph as a Death and Resurrection Figure in the Old Testament and Second Temple Judaism by Jeffrey Pulse (February 17, 2021)
- Understanding the Jewish Roots of Christianity: Biblical, Theological, and Historical Essays on the Relationship Between Christianity and Judaism edited by Gerald McDermott (March 17, 2021)