We’re excited to announce the arrival of our Fall & Winter 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.
The Collected Christian Essentials: Catechism: A Guide to the Ten Commandments, The Apostles’ Creed, and the Lord’s Prayer
Release date: November 1, 2023
The catechism—the Ten Commandments, the Apostles’ Creed, and the Lord’s Prayer—has sustained and nurtured every generation of believers, directing their faith, hope, and love. It helps Christians read, pray, and live God’s word. By giving Christians God’s word to give back to him, it plants seeds of his word and cultivates them to full growth.
The Collected Christian Essentials: Catechism brings the church’s ancient catechism to a new generation.
“Whether for personal or communal use, this inviting catechism is itself a gift of grace.” —Ephraim Radner
“This is a brilliant and inspiring collection of studies by three of the leading theologians of our day. It should be on the bookshelf of all Christians.” —Matthew Levering
The End of the World as You Know It: What the Bible Really Says about the End Times (And Why It’s Good News)
Release date: February 7, 2024
Thinking about the end times isn’t supposed to terrify you. Christians rightly turn to the Bible to make sense of our times. But so often we get the wrong answers because we ask the wrong questions.
In The End of the World as You Know It, Matthew L. Halsted challenges common end-times assumptions and points us back to Scripture. Each chapter reevaluates a popular question in light of the Bible’s own concerns: Will Christians be raptured? What is the mark of the beast? When we let Scripture direct our questions, we get better—and more hopeful—answers.
“Anyone who has ever embraced or been influenced by the standard evangelical eschatology, or who knows people who have, needs to read this compelling and much-needed book!” —Greg Boyd
Release date: January 10, 2024
We love God because he first loved us. Jesus shows us how God loves us. Because Jesus obeyed his Father, we have forgiveness and life—and many other good gifts. God’s commandments protect us and his gifts for us. When we love and obey God, we treasure the good things he gives us.
Join FatCat as he learns the Ten Commandments—how God’s children love. Each commandment has a reflection on its meaning and illustrations from Jesus’ life. As you read each commandment, see how Jesus fulfilled God’s will for us and showed us how to love God and others. With a list of Scripture references and a guided family prayer, this FatCat book helps all God’s children memorize, understand, and love the Ten Commandments.
FatCat Books. The catechism teaches us what the Bible teaches us: our faith. The catechism is “fat,” bursting at the seams with meaning and challenge. FatCat is our way of making the catechism approachable, bringing theology to readers of all ages.
There are also new volumes in the Studies in Scripture and Biblical Theology series and the Lexham Geographic Commentaries, coming soon. These titles and more are now available for pre-order on LexhamPress.com.