Brazos Theological Commentary has, in my opinion, offered a breath of fresh air to the sometimes stale academic air of commentaries. The newest volume in the series is Luke by David Lyle Jeffrey. . . .
This is a great commentary series for its scholarship and unabashed emphasis on how scripture leads us into the sacred story of self-giving love. I would commend David Lyle Jeffrey’s volume on Luke in particular for those, especially in ministry, who are looking to dive deeper into the theological power of Luke.
Read the full review here.
Ebook Specials and Other Offers:
September ebook specials are currently running for multiple Brazos Press and Baker Academic titles. All of these are at least 50% off.
Who Is My Enemy? by Lee. C. Camp
A Public Faith by Miroslav Volf
Christians and the Common Good by Charles E. Gutenson
War and the American Difference by Stanley Hauerwas
The Politics of Discipleship by Graham Ward
Christians at the Border by M. Daniel Carroll R.
Hope in Troubled Times by Bob Goudzwaard and David Van Heemst and Mark Vander Vennen
Congratulations to George Mearns, Lynn Kauppi, Caroline Batchelder, Valerio Bernardi, and Jonathan Ruehs.
They have each won a copy of A Hobbit Journey: Discovering the Enchantment of J. R. R. Tolkien’s Middle-earth by Matthew Dickersonon on The Brazos Blog.
Keep checking back for our next giveaway.
This month we celebrate the one-year anniversary of The Brazos Blog!
During the week of September 10-14 we will be highlighting some of the best posts from our first year of blogging. This will include our interview with Miroslav Volf, videos from Lee C. Camp, and posts written exclusively for the blog from Peter Enns and Christian Scharen.
During this week we will also be giving several Brazos books away. Don’t miss it!