We’re counting down the weeks to the biggest sales event of the year by offering best-in-class deals—it’s our countdown to Blackboard Friday! Every week, you’ll discover new fantastic deals on some of our bestselling titles.
We’re kicking off the celebration with an incredible deal on The Best of Christianity Today series: get individual volumes in this series for 60% off!
The Best of Christianity Today features the most enduring articles from decades of Christianity Today written by the most respected voices in modern evangelicalism. Lexham Press is proud to partner with Christianity Today to bring these treasures of evangelicalism’s heritage to readers today.
“Some writers find it difficult to be boring; Jim Packer was one of them. I read every one of these pieces when they first appeared; I am grateful beyond words that this new format allows me to read them again.”
—D. A. Carson
“At once both a commentary on the times and explications of the faith, these shorter pieces are delightful, devotional gems.”
—Carl R. Trueman, professor of biblical & religious studies, Grove City College
“This poignant edited volume complete with a powerful introduction by Evangelical luminary Loren Wilkinson is hands-down one of the best one-stop-shop volumes on Evangelical thinking about creation care over the last few decades.”
—A.J. Swoboda, assistant professor of Bible, theology, and World Christianity at Bushnell University; author of After Doubt
“Here we are reintroduced to ourselves—yesterday and today. And in the midst we are challenged to think better about what it is we are trying to do—for ourselves, our planet, and our children. Perspective is a powerful thing.”
—Sandra Richter, Robert H. Gundry Chair of Biblical Studies, Westmont College; author of Stewards of Eden: What Scripture Says about the Environment
“A Light Has Dawned is a one-of-a-kind book that excels in every possible way. It surpasses any book of Christmas devotions that I have read. Variety is one of the most obvious virtues of the book. As the list of authors keeps accumulating, the angles of vision on Christmas likewise keep expanding. The effect is like turning a prism in the light. This is a “best of the best” book—the best evangelical authors giving us the best of their Christmas insights. I found the book to be a page turner, as I wondered who would be next on the playlist, and what aspect of Christmas would be the focus of meditation. I dare to predict that anyone who reads this book will be unable to envision any future Christmas without rereading it.”
—Leland Ryken, Professor Emeritus of English, Wheaton College
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