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4 NEW RELEASES Today!

    Come to the Waters: Daily Bible Devotions for Spiritual Refreshment by James Montgomery Boice List Price: $22.99 | Hardcover | 400 pages | SAMPLE CHAPTER About “Study of the Bible must be the consuming passion of a believer’s life.” So said James Montgomery Boice—and he practiced what he preached. Throughout the decades of his faithful church …

Four NEW RELEASES

    Theology in Three Dimensions: A Guide to Triperspectivalism and Its Significance by John M. Frame Pages: 136 | List Price: $12.99 | Paperback | SAMPLE CHAPTER About Because God created all things with coherent unity, everything can be understood from the perspective of everything else. We experience the world in the context of our own bodies, …

Available Early — Letters to a Romantic by Sean Perron & Spencer Harmon

Due to high demand, we are making Sean Perron & Spencer Harmon‘s 2 volumes, Letters to a Romantic: (1) On Dating and (2) On Engagement AVAILABLE TODAY. Endorsements for both Letters to a Romantic: On Dating and Letters to a Romantic: On Engagement “Guide others and . . . strengthen your own faith by reading these books.” —Russell Moore
 “A treasure trove of …

NEW RELEASE — Revelation (Reformed Expository Commentary) by Richard D. Phillips

Revelation by Richard D. Phillips 784 pages | List Price: $39.99 | Hardcover | Reformed Expository Commentary series About The book of Revelation is a riveting read—but a persistent question Christians have is, “What does it mean?” Pastor-theologian Richard Phillips provides a thorough and penetrating study of each chapter while highlighting the theme of the sovereign rule …

NEW RELEASES — Christ and Covenant Theology & It Has Not Yet Appeared What We Shall Be

Christ and Covenant Theology: Essays on Election, Republication, and the Covenants by Cornelis P. Venema 504 pages | Direct Price: $24.99 $18.50 | Paperback | Kindle | ePub/iTunes | AUTHOR VIDEO About “In the biblical drama of the living God’s works in creation and redemption,” writes Cornelis Venema, “no theme is more lustrous than that of God’s gracious intention …