There’s nip in the air and the leaves are starting to turn color. Fall has arrived!
We’re excited to announce the arrival of our Fall 2021 Catalog. Packed full of essential resources for students, pastors, academics, and general readers, there are a number of books to get excited about.
Download our Fall 2021 Catalog (PDF) and start browsing today!
Here are a few highlights you’re not going to want to miss.
Questions for Restless Minds Series
The Questions for Restless Minds series applies God’s word to today’s issues. Each short book faces tough questions honestly and clearly, so you can think wisely, act with conviction, and become more like Christ.
With world-renowned New Testament scholar D. A. Carson as Series Editor, the 17 volumes in the series cover a wide range of topics centered around critical questions many Christians wrestle with today. Contributors include Christopher Ash, Craig Blomberg, Graham Cole, David Dockery, William Lane Craig, and many more.
The first six volumes in this series will release on October 6, with a second wave of six volumes coming in February 2022.
Psalms: Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary (2 vols.)
Release Date: December 15, 2021
James M. Hamilton provides a fresh translation and canonical interpretation of the Psalms. Though commonly read in isolation, the Psalms are best read as a collage that tells a story of God’s faithfulness to his people through his king. Learn where the Psalms belong in the redemptive story, how they relate to God’s people, and how they find their fulfillment in Jesus.
The blend of literary care, canonical integration, exegetical insight at the level of the original language, Christ-connecting instinct, and reverent gravitas makes this a really wonderful and landmark work. Though long, words are not wasted. I will return to this work every time I preach, teach, and write on a psalm.—Dane Ortlund, pastor, Naperville Presbyterian Church
All Thy Lights Combine
Release Date: January 22, 2022
Edited by David Ney and Ephraim Radner, the essays in All Thy Lights Combine explore how the Anglican tradition has employed figural interpretation to theological, Christological, and pastoral ends. The prayer book is central; it immerses Christians in the words of Scripture and orders them by the word.
In a toxic modern age captive to a secular imaginary, this recovery of Anglican figural reading, and the scriptural imaginary that it instantiates, may be precisely the tonic we need.—Kevin J. Vanhoozer, research professor of systematic theology, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
Lexham Press’s first children’s book
The Apostles’ Creed: For All God’s Children
Release date: February 2, 2022
Join FatCat as he discovers what all God’s children believe. Everyone in God’s big family believes these words. And if you believe, then you are in that family too!
How do God’s children grasp the message of God’s word? The church’s answer has always been the catechism—simple confessions of deep truths. FatCat expresses the catechism in a fun and accessible way for God’s children of all ages.
With vibrant illustrations and thoughtful reflections for each line of the Apostles’ Creed, children can visualize, memorize, understand, and confess the faith passed down over centuries.