New Publications by ETS Members

Title Author
"Use Your Allusion: How Reformed Sacramental Theology Makes Sense of Sacramental Language in John 3 and 6" Eugene Schlesinger
"Jesus the Messiah" Herbert Bateman
Charts on the Book of Hebrews Herbert Bateman
Ethical Accounting: Management Ethics, Volume 1 Brian Keen
Does 1 Corinthians 10:13 Imply Libertarian Freedom? A Reply to Paul A. Himes Steven Cowan
We Compromise the Gospel When We Settle For Truth: How Right Interpretations Lead to Wrong Contextualization Jackson Wu
Christian Spirituality in Africa: Biblical, Historical, and Cultural Perspectives from Kenya Sung Park
Bhagavadgita: Exegetical and Comparative Commentary with Sanskrit Text, Translation, Interlinear Transliteration with Parsing, Mini Lexicon, and Text-Critical Notes. Vol. 5. Steven Tsoukalas
The Great CoMission: Making Sense of Making Disciples Brooks Morton
Victory, Atonement, Restoration, and Response: The Shape of the New Testament Canon and the Holistic Gospel Message Matthew Emerson
Arbitrary Allegory, Typical Typology, or Intertextual Interpretation? Paul’s Use of the Pentateuch in Galatians 4:21–31 Matthew Emerson
"The Authorship of Hebrews: A Further Development in the Luke-Paul Relationship" Josh Walker
To Submit or to Rebel against the State? Seven Biblical Principles to Guide Christians Everywhere iDuring an Age of Revolution and in the Struggle for Religious Freedom. James De Young
The Weekly War Cristina Richie
Review: The Meaning of Sex: Christian Ethics and the Moral Life. By Dennis Hollinger. Cristina Richie
A Christian Understanding of In-Vitro Fertilization Cristina Richie
Applying Catholic Responsibility to In-Vitro Fertilization: Obligations to the Spouse, the Body, and the Common Good Cristina Richie
Scripture and Royal Supremacy in Tudor England: The Use of Old Testament Historical Narrative Andre Gazal
“The Intensity of the Spirit in a Spirit-Filled World: Spirit Baptism, Subsequence, and the Spirit of Creation.” Andrew Gabriel
"Divine Right or Holy Dissent?: Conflicting Visions of Church and State in Early Seventeenth-Century England" James Patterson
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