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The Old Testament for the 21st Century: A Concise Guide

R. Kelvin Moore

Written for classroom and church, this book provides rationales as why individuals should attempt to understand and explain the Old Testament. The work provides a concise, readable and understandable historical overview of the Old Testament world. For each book of the Old Testament, the author provides introductory materials under the titles of “What This Book Is About,” “Name,” “Authorship,” “Date,” “Historical Background” and “Major Themes and Theological Emphases.” The author provides an outline for each book. The outlines can be reproduced for lecture use. Dr. Moore provides “Applications” to assist readers in transiting from the Old Testament world to the twenty-first century. The “Applications” can be used as devotions as well as sermon starters. Some of the outlines and applications can be found at www.otfor21century.com.
Paperback, 309 pages, $25
978-0-914520-63-4

As You Go: Biblical Foundations for Evangelism

D. Waylon Bailey

In this readable book Dr. Bailey displays some of the biblical themes that provide support for the church’s efforts to share the good news of God’s love.

Paperback, 118 pages, $10
0-914520-15-6

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Biblical Hebrew Grammar

Dr. Waylon Bailey and John O. Strange

Two experienced professors of Hebrew have written this textbook, now revised, for students beginning their study of the language in which the Old Testament was written.

Paperback, 183 pages, $44
978-0-914520-51-1

Biblical Hebrew Grammar (revised)

Dr. Waylon Bailey and John O. Strange

Two experienced professors of Hebrew have written this textbook, now revised, for students beginning their study of the language in which the Old Testament was written.

Paperback, 183 pages, $44
978-0-914520-51-1

Biblical hebrew GRammar

Harold Mosley

This workbook has been prepared to accompany Biblical Hebrew Grammar.

Hardback, 240 pages, $30
0-914520-23-7



Galatians

Billy E. Simmons

Professor Simmons believes that Paul’s letter to the churches of Galatia is a kind of Magna Carta of Christian liberty, and he explores the letter to provide insight into the freedom that Christ gives his followers.

Paperback, 128 pages, $8
0-914520-20-2

Incomparable Christ

Billy E. Simmons

This charming book contains a series of meditations on the titles which the Christians of the New Testament era used to speak about their Lord.

Paperback, 128 pages, $8
0-914520-21-0

Glad Reunion

John Claypool

John Claypool uses the stories about men and women of the Bible to help Christians today understand their own lives and to live them faithfully.

Paperback, 180 pages, $18
0-914520-40-7

The Saga of Life: Living gracefully through all the stages

John Claypool

John Claypool uses the experiences of Israel’s King David to explore the meaning of childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and senior adulthood and to display responses to the crises that typically arise in each of the stages.

Paperback, 96 pages, $18
0-914520-43-1

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I Have Called You Friends

Fisher Humphreys

The author says that the particular way of life to which Jesus calls his followers is described in the New Testament in a variety of formats including commands, aphorisms, lists of virtues, and stories about people who did or did not follow Jesus’ way. Another biblical format, one that is not as familiar as these, is images. We are disciples. We are servants. We are stewards. We are soldiers. We are athletes. We are pilgrims. We are priests. We are children of God. We are friends of God. We are guests in God’s house. This book is a study of these ten images for Christians.

Paperback, 223 pages, $12
1-56309-945-4

Speaking in Tongues

Fisher Humphreys and Malcolm Tolbert

In this very readable volume the authors employ a question-and-answer format to describe the Pentecostal and charismatic movements, their theology, and their understanding of the New Testament. While friendly toward these Christian renewal movements, the authors make a case for remaining outside them.
Paperback, 94 pages, $12
0-914520-05-9