Here is a recap of the 4 new books that were released in May.

1. Walking with Jesus through His Word: Discovering Christ in All the Scriptures by Dennis E. Johnson
320 pages
List Price: $16.99 | Direct Price: $13.00
Summary: Dennis Johnson takes readers of the Bible on a journey of discovery through the Old and New Testaments, pointing out a network of trails—recurring themes that link events, individuals, institutions, and offices—connecting biblical texts and times to Jesus the Christ, the fulfiller of God’s promises, the redeemer of God’s people, and the founder of our covenant with him.

2. Theological Fitness: Why We Need a Fighting Faith 
by Aimee Byrd
192 pages
List Price: $12.99 | Direct Price: $10.00

Summary: Theology is strenuous and Scripture reading can be a wrestling match—Hebrews tells us to “hold fast to the confession of our hope without wavering, for he who promised is faithful” (10:23 ESV). What does this mean for us every day? Aimee Byrd invites us to join her in some “theological fitness” training as she unpacks our call to perseverance.

3. The Flow of the Psalms: Discovering Their Structure and Theology 
by O. Palmer Robertson
304 pages
List Price: $21.99 | Direct Price: $16.50

Summary: Augustine referred to the organization of the Psalms as a “mighty mystery,” but O. Palmer Robertson argues that there is a clear redemptive-historical progression throughout the five books of the psalms. Hidden structural elements indicate a plan behind the Psalter, and understanding these enables the lover of the psalms to get a fuller appreciation of each one and the book as a whole.

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.

4. Hammer of the Huguenots
by Douglas Bond
224 pages
List Price: $11.99 | Direct Price: $9.00
Series: Heroes & History
Summary: Philippe, a shipwright apprentice in sixteenth-century France, is perplexed by the fierce religious conflict raging about him. His friends Maurice and Sophie believe the good news proclaimed by church Reformers—but can he risk believing the gospel when persecution inevitably follows? As war breaks out, Philippe must decide where his loyalties lie. The choices he and his friends make may cost them everything.