BOOK HIGHLIGHT – The Word of God and the Mind of Man by Ronald H. Nash

The Word of God and the Mind of Man by Ronald H. Nash

138 pages | Direct Price: $11.99 $9.00 | Paperback | Published in 1982

Summary: The last two centuries of Christian theology are the record of an evolving attack on the role of knowledge in the Christian faith. The purpose of this book is to challenge the major forms of Christian agnosticism and offer an alternative theory that makes human knowledge about God possible.

In other words, is there a relationship between the human mind and the divine mind that is sufficient to ground the communication of truth from God to humans?

About the Author:

Ronald H. Nash was professor of Christian philosophy at Southern Baptist Seminary. He authored more than thirty books and lectured at more than fifty colleges and universities in the United States, Great Britain, and the former Soviet Union.

Other Books by Ronald H. Nash:

The Gospel and the Greeks: Did the New Testament Borrow from Pagan Thought?

304 pages | Direct Price: $17.99 $13.50 | Paperback


Our mis­sion is to serve Christ and his church by pro­duc­ing clear, engag­ing, fresh, and insight­ful appli­ca­tions of Reformed theology.


NEW RELEASE – Hammer of the Huguenots by Douglas Bond

Hammer of the Huguenots by Douglas Bond

224 pages | List Price: $11.99 | Paperback | SAMPLE CHAPTER | Series: Heroes & History

Summary: Philippe, an orphan shipwright apprentice in sixteenth-century France, is perplexed by the intense religious conflict raging about him. While his friends Maurice and Sophie cling to the good news proclaimed by the church Reformers, Philippe has not yet been persuaded to abandon the teachings of the state church in which he was raised. The gospel sounds liberating at times, but can he risk believing when persecution and bloodshed inevitably follow? As Huguenot communities are massacred and full-scale warfare breaks over France, Philippe must decide once and for all where his loyalties lie. The choices he and his friends make in these violent times may cost them everything.

About the Author:

Bond_DougDouglas Bond is the author of a number of books of historical fiction and biography including the Crown & Covenant Trilogy. He and his wife have two daughters and four sons. Bond is an elder in the Presbyterian Church of America, a teacher, a conference speaker, and a leader of church history tours. Visit his website at

What Others Say About This Book:

“A compelling historical novel. . . . Well written and informative. . . . Bond’s story captures the attention and makes the reader eager to know more about the historical characters in question.”

—Marc Mailloux, missionary to the French-speaking world, and author of God Still Loves the French

Hammer of the Huguenots is a gripping story about life in sixteenth-century France. Bond’s skillful blend of fact and fiction draws the reader into the religious wars of that era and . . . exposes the theological and ethical issues faced by the Huguenots. . . . This book provides insight into a little-known but important time in the history of the church.”

—J. Robert Vannoy, ThD., Emeritus Professor, The Allan A. MacRae Chair of Biblical Studies, Biblical Theological Seminary.

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NEW RELEASE – The Flow of the Psalms by O. Palmer Robertson

The Flow of the Psalms: Discovering Their Structure and Theology by O. Palmer Robertson

304 pages | List Price: $21.99 | Paperback | SAMPLE CHAPTER

Summary: For centuries the book of Psalms has been read as a random collection of poems with no intentional arrangement. But is this a correct understanding?

O. Palmer Robertson equips us to see a clear redemptive-historical progression that develops across the five books of Psalms. With the aid of charts in full color, he demonstrates how an intentional structure is indicated by elements such as the placement of acrostic psalms, strategic couplings of Messianic psalms with Torah psalms, and the grouping of psalms by topics.

If you love the psalms, Robertson will give you a better grasp of the whole Psalter and a deeper appreciation of each individual poem.

To download a free PDF of Dr. Robertson’s groundbreaking full-color charts of the structure of the Psalms, click here. The PDF may be printed, photocopied, distributed, and used for noncommercial purposes, with appropriate credit.

About the Author:

O. Palmer Robertson (ThM, ThD, Union Theological Seminary, Virginia) is director and principal of African Bible College, Uganda. He previously taught at Reformed, Westminster, Covenant, and Knox Seminaries. Robertson also wrote The Christ of the Covenants, The Christ of the Prophets, The Israel of God, and Understanding the Land of the Bible.

What Others Say About This Book:

“With his customary clarity and insight, Robertson presents a psalter that is at once theologically rich, historically relevant, and practically impactful.”

John Scott Redd Jr., Reformed Theological Seminary

“Easily understood and available to serve pastors and other church leaders as they preach and teach Christ from the Psalms. . . . One of the very best studies of this part of Scripture.”

Richard L. Pratt Jr., Third Millennium Ministries

“A pleasure to read! . . . Robertson’s fresh and insightful work on this majestic book of Scripture is sure to expand your mind, warm your heart, and open your mouth to join with all creation in shouts of ‘Hallelu-YAH.’”

Douglas Sean O’Donnell, Queensland Theological College

“A courageous and thought-provoking proposal to read the Psalter afresh. Palmer Robertson argues that the Psalms exhibit . . . an organized development of thought progression from the beginning to the end. . . . His joy of discovery is contagious.”

Eric Peels, Theological University Apeldoorn

Our mis­sion is to serve Christ and his church by pro­duc­ing clear, engag­ing, fresh, and insight­ful appli­ca­tions of Reformed theology.

BOOK HIGHLIGHT – The Afternoon of Life by Elyse Fitzpatrick

The Afternoon of Life: Finding Purpose and Joy in Midlife by Elyse Fitzpatrick

216 pages | Direct Price: $12.99 $10.00 | Paperback | Published: 2004

Summary: The Afternoon of Life is written for women in the middle years of their lives. As we age, we wonder at the many changes occurring in our lives. How do we make the necessary adjustments? How do we handle all of this? Elyse Fitzpatrick shows us how our faith can be at the center of how we respond to these life changes.

With humor, transparency, and biblical wisdom, she helps us see that God’s purpose in bringing us through this time is to glorify himself and sanctify us.

There are questions at the end of each chapter to help women during what may be the most difficult time they will face.

About the Author:

Elyse Fitzpatrick counsels with the Institute for Biblical Counseling and Discipleship and is a frequent retreat and conference speaker. Fitzpatrick coauthored Women Helping Women, a 1998 Gold Medallion finalist; Love to Eat, Hate to Eat; Overcoming Fear, Worry, and Anxiety; and Uncommon Vessels: A Program for Developing Godly Eating Habits. She and her husband, Philip, have three adult children and two grandchildren.

Other Books by this Author:

A Steadfast Heart: Experiencing God’s Comfort in Life’s Storms

160 pages | Direct Price: $12.99 $10.00 | Paperback

Idols of the Heart: Learning to Long for God Alone

240 pages | Direct Price: $13.99 $10.50 | Paperback

You Never Stop Being a Parent: Thriving in Relationship with Your Adult Children co-authored with Jim Newheiser

224 pages | Direct Price: $14.99 $11.50 | Paperback


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NEW RELEASE – Theological Fitness by Aimee Byrd

Theological Fitness: Why We Need a Fighting Faith by Aimee Byrd

192 pages | List Price: $12.99 | Paperback | SAMPLE CHAPTER

Summary: Your spiritual life should be a battle! The writer of Hebrews tells us to “hold fast to the confession of our hope without wavering” (10:23 ESV). What (and whom) do we need to meet this challenge? How does simply “holding fast” turn into such a workout of faith? Author and blogger Aimee Byrd invites us to join her in some “theological fitness” training as she unpacks our call to perseverance and explores the great metaphor that physical fitness lends to theology. Learn about the “fighting grace” God has given us, and discover how we are equipped to live lives of obedience even amidst the suffering and irritations of ordinary life.

About the Author:

Byrd, Aimee 2Aimee Byrd is just an ordinary mom of three who has also been a martial arts student, coffee shop owner, and Bible study teacher. Author of Housewife Theologian: How the Gospel Interrupts the Ordinary, she now blogs about theology and the Christian life and cohosts The Mortification of Spin podcast.

Aimee Byrd

What Others Say About This New Book:

“What a gem this book is—so full of encouragement and so honest and genuine. . . . Wonderfully practical and readable . . . grounded in good theology.”

—Thomas R. Schreiner, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

“In this Scripture-saturated book we are rightly warned of the rigors as well as promised the rewards of holding fast to Christ when we feel the burn and want to give up.”

—Nancy Guthrie, Author, Seeing Jesus in the Old Testament

“Aimee Byrd is the very best kind of theological sensei. . . . She shows how to gain and maintain theological fitness—and how to find great enjoyment in the exercise.”

—Phil Johnson, Grace to You radio program

“Aimee drives the point home vividly in her distinctive, memorable, and popular style. Challenging yet enjoyable and valuable.”

—Fred G. Zaspel, Reformed Baptist Church, Franconia, Pennsylvania

“God has promised to persevere his own, yet Christians aren’t passive in the process. In fact, living the Christian life is a real workout. It’s a process that leads to what Aimee Byrd calls “theological fitness.” With deep insight, biblical soundness, and practical illustrations, Aimee shows readers how to “hold fast . . . without wavering” (Heb. 10:23) all the way to the end.”

Lydia Brownback, Author, Speaker, and Blogger

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