We’re excited to announce the arrival of our Spring & Summer 2023 Catalog. Packed full of essential resources for students, pastors, academics, and general readers, there are a number of books to get excited about.
Here are a few highlights you’re not going to want to miss.
Release date: May 24, 2023
The Bible doesn’t give us a systematic statement of the doctrine of the Trinity. But that doesn’t mean the Trinity is not biblical.
In The Biblical Trinity: Encountering the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit in Scripture, Brandon D. Smith proclaims the Trinity from the Bible. The doctrine arises not from a handful of prooftexts but from the fullness of what the Bible says about God. Through short reflections on fifteen key New Testament passages in conversation with the Old Testament, Smith shows how God’s word reveals the Trinity. The book concludes with three rules for how to encounter the truth and beauty of our Triune God in all of Scripture.
“If Jesus Christ is the treasure hidden in the field of the Scriptures, then The Biblical Trinity is a treasure map produced by the hand of a master cartographer. Brandon Smith’s book shows readers how to find Jesus Christ in the Scriptures and, in finding him, how to treasure him as the Father’s Spirit-anointed Son, our Maker, Redeemer, and Reward.”
—Scott R. Swain, president, Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando, FL
Release date: June 7, 2023
The Christian life is grounded in God’s act of creation—so an awareness of God’s purposes in creation is deeply practical for all believers, not just those who are involved in debates over faith and science. In Ordinary Splendor: Living in God’s Creation, Lydia Jaeger presents the doctrine of creation in all its practical necessity. She unfolds the majesty of God’s creative work and explores how it shapes and informs everything—from our relationships and the way we pray to how we think about human dignity.
“Jaeger argues convincingly that human flourishing, in every aspect of our lives, depends entirely on living in dependence on God, and along the grain of the created order. Ordinary Splendor confirms Calvin’s belief that there is no knowledge of what it is to be human without knowledge of God the Creator.”
—Kevin J. Vanhoozer, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
Release date: September 27, 2023
Jesus is the divine Son of God who has taken on human nature in the incarnation. As prophet, priest, and king, he leads his people in a new exodus. In The Lord Jesus Christ, Brandon D. Crowe reflects on Christ’s person and work. Crowe traces christological concerns throughout the Old and New Testaments and church history and then presents systematic and practical implications. Through a combination of biblical, historical, and theological study, Crowe provides a fresh and robust statement of who Christ is and what he has done.
Understand. Proclaim. Act.
We Believe is a series of eight major studies of the Christian faith’s primary doctrines as confessed in the Nicene Creed and guided by the Reformed tradition. In each volume, trusted authors engage a major creedal doctrine in light of its biblical-theological foundations and historical development, fleshing out its spiritual, ethical, and missional implications for the church today.
“Integrating biblical and systematic theology with a missional and pastoral passion, this series promises not only to inform but to transform readers through the riches of God’s word.”
—Michael J. Horton, Gresham Machen Professor of Systematic Theology and Apologetics, Westminster Seminary California
There are also new volumes in the Studies in Scripture and Biblical Theology series, Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary series, and the Lexham Ministry Guides coming soon. These titles and more are now available for pre-order on LexhamPress.com.