1. 2 Samuel by Richard D. Phillips 

$39.99 | 504 pages | SAMPLE CHAPTER | Reformed Expository Commentary

With pastoral care, Richard Phillips charts the trajectory of David’s rise, fall, and restoration, noting vital lessons for today’s believer and showing that David’s hope, and ours, is Jesus Christ.

“Second Samuel contains enough political intrigue and scandal to fill a tabloid. Yet behind the machinations of kings stands the King who is preparing a kingdom for his Son. Rick Phillips unveils that kingdom with clear teaching and pointed application. Here is a sermonic commentary designed not only to educate, but to edify. It admirably succeeds in both.” —Joel R. Beeke

“In his kind providence, our Lord has provided a significant resource, once again, through a commentary from Rick Phillips. As in his other works, this commentary reads devotionally, yet challenges the mind to think deeply in the Word of God about the God of the Word. Amazingly, I can commend this to any believer for devotional reading, to the preacher for sermon development, and to the serious Bible student who longs to embrace the depth and height of God’s grace revealed in his Word.” —Harry L. Reeder III

2. A Graded Reader of Biblical Hebrew: Mastering Different Literary Styles from Simple to Advanced by William Fullilove 

$29.99 | 120 pages | SAMPLE CHAPTER

Students who complete a basic grammar of biblical Hebrew must next practice their hard-won skill by interacting with full texts. In this comprehensive graded reader, Professor William Fullilove provides helpful notes and questions to walk you through full texts in a variety of genres: from narrative and law to psalms and wisdom literature. His graded approach, starting with simpler texts and progressing to higher complexity, gives you the confidence you need to progress in your understanding of biblical Hebrew.

“Dr. Bill Fullilove is a master teacher of the Hebrew language. This Graded Reader, carefully arranged and annotated, will equip students to do what they really want to do: read and use Hebrew with skill and faithfulness.” —James L. (Jay) Harvey III

“Addresses a real gap in language learning. . . . [Fulillove] places students at the center yet again, providing even more resources to help them in the ultimate goal of their study: learning to read Hebrew now and in the future. This resource will provide students with the much-needed encouragement to persist with their Hebrew and to consolidate their early learning.” —C. A. Strine

Great Thinkers Series:

“When I was beginning my studies of theology and philosophy during the 1950s and ’60s, I profited enormously from P&R’s Modern Thinkers Series. Here were relatively short books on important philosophers and theologians such as Nietzsche, Dewey, Van Til, Barth, and Bultmann, by scholars of Reformed conviction such as Clark, Van Riessen, Ridderbos, Polman, and Zuidema. These books did not merely summarize the work of these thinkers; they were serious critical interactions. Today, P&R is resuming and updating the series, now called Great Thinkers. The new books, on people such as Aquinas, Hume, Nietzsche, Derrida, and Foucault, are written by scholars who are experts on these writers. As before, these books are short . . . They set forth accurately the views of the thinkers under consideration, and they enter into constructive dialogue, governed by biblical and Reformed convictions. I look forward to the release of all the books being planned and to the good influence  they will have on the next generation of philosophers and theologians.”

John M. Frame


3. Michel Foucault by Christopher Watkin 

$14.99 | 216 pages | SAMPLE CHAPTERGreat Thinkers Series

Watkin assesses one of the most significant thinkers of our time—influencing disciplines as diverse as history, literature, philosophy, art, feminism, gender studies, and science—against the light of Scripture.

“If you’re not familiar with Michel Foucault, you should be. He is one of the most influential figures, if not the most influential figure, in contemporary Western culture. In this volume, Chris Watkin has accomplished what very few have even attempted. He walks us through the development of Foucault’s points of view with expert care and clarity. He also compares and contrasts these outlooks with the teachings of the New Testament in ways that challenge followers of Christ to look afresh at some of their most basic commitments. . . . I’ve been waiting for a volume like this for decades. It is essential for Christian scholars in every discipline.” —Richard L. Pratt Jr.

4. G. W. F. Hegel by Shao Kai Tseng 

$14.99 | 184 pages | SAMPLE CHAPTERGreat Thinkers Series

To do theology in the twenty-first century, we must understand Hegel. In this accessible introduction, Tseng examines the philosopher’s significant influence on European thought in general and Protestant theology in particular.

“William James amusingly noted that one side effect of nitrous oxide inhalation is increased understanding of Hegel’s philosophy. As fun as that sounds, I have a better suggestion: read this splendid book by Alex Tseng before diving into the German idealist’s profoundly difficult writings. I learned many new and useful things from Tseng’s well-informed exposition and analysis. Reformed readers will especially appreciate the discussion of how Bavinck, Vos, and Van Til . . . [exposed] the flawed foundations of his system while co-opting his common-grace insights to demonstrate the virtues of a Reformed Christian worldview.” —James N. Anderson

5. Richard Dawkins by Ransom Poythress 

$14.99 | 192 pages | SAMPLE CHAPTERGreat Thinkers Series

Dawkins has popularized the gene-centered approach to evolution yet is better known for his rejection of a supernatural creator. Poythress presents and critiques Dawkins’ ideas with a Reformed theological apologetic.

“The New Atheism is now an established feature of the intellectual landscape of our age. Richard Dawkins was one of the chief architects and intellectuals of the New Atheists. Ransom Poythress has written an accessible introduction to Dawkins’s life and thought and a compelling refutation of his arguments against Christianity. This is an enormously helpful resource.” —R. Albert Mohler Jr.