Baylor Annotated Study Bible
The Baylor Annotated Study Bible represents a monumental collaborative effort, bringing together nearly seventy biblical scholars—Baylor faculty, graduates, affiliates, and friends—to refresh our view of the sacred texts. Each of the sixty-six canonical books of the Protestant Bible is given an introduction and commentary intended to immerse readers in the literary, sociohistorical, and theological depths of Scripture.
Reading Romans Backwards
by Scot McKnight
“When you are axle-deep in mud, backward is the only way forward. McKnight lifts, spins, and energetically pushes in a new direction. Hang on tight. The church and academy are careening down an adventurous new path.”
—Matthew W. Bates, Quincy University
Reading with the Grain of Scripture
by Richard B. Hays
Taking a stand against the corrosive hermeneutics of suspicion that has characterized much late modern and postmodern criticism, Hays proposes a reading strategy centered on the resurrection of Jesus and the New Testament’s message of hope for God’s eschatological transformation of the world.
To foster scriptural, historical, and theological scholarship on Christianity, Judaism, and Islam
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