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D. A. Carson and Katheen Nielson, eds., God’s Love Compels Us: Taking the Gospel to the World
In this collection of biblical expositions, seven prominent teachers lay the biblical foundation for missions based on the apostle Paul’s words in 2 Corinthians, addressing a number of debated topics along the way. Chapters include:
- D. A. Carson — The Biblical Basis of Missions (2 Corinthians 4:1–12)
- David Platt — Why the Great Commission Is Great (2 Corinthians 4:13–18)
- John Piper — The Heart of God in the Call to Proclaim (2 Corinthians 5:1–10)
- J. Mack Stiles — Being Ambassadors for Christ (2 Corinthians 5:11–21)
- Andrew Davis — Are People Without Christ Really Lost?
- Michael Oh — The Individual’s Suffering and the Salvation of the World
- Stephen Um — Jesus and Justice
God’s Love Compels Us focuses on God’s love as the motivation for missions, encouraging Christians to embrace the privilege of taking the gospel to the world.
D. A. Carson and Kathleen Nielson, eds., Here Is Our God: God’s Revelation of Himself in Scripture
“I saw the Lord sitting upon a throne, high and lifted up” (Isa. 6:1).
Scripture records a number of instances in which God visibly reveals himself to his people, offering a glimpse of his stunning beauty and overwhelming glory. These awe-inspiring manifestations of God’s presence—known as “theophanies”—give us wonderful insights into his character, will, and salvation.
In this collection of biblical expositions, eight gifted Bible teachers explore key passages in which God displayed himself in a spectacular revelation.
- Tim Keller — On the Mountain: The Terrifying and Beckoning God (Exodus 19)
- Paige Brown — In the Temple: The Glorious and Forgiving God (1 Kings 8)
- John Piper — In the Throne Room: The God of Holiness and Hope (Isaiah 6)
- Carrie Sandom — From a Miry Swamp: The God Who Comes and Delivers (Psalm 40)
- Nancy Leigh DeMoss — On Another Mountain: The God Who Points to His Son (Matthew 17:1–15)
- Jenny Salt — In the Third Heaven: The God Who Can’t Be Talked About (2 Corinthians 12)
- Kathleen Nielson — Through the Open Door: The Transcendent and Redeeming God (Revelation 4–5)
- D. A. Carson — Home at Last: The Spectacular God at the Center (Revelation 21–22)
From the giving of the law at Mt. Sinai to Christ’s glorious transfiguration, the passages examined in this book challenge us to look afresh at our God—that we might truly know, love, and serve him.
D. A. Carson, ed., The Scriptures Testify About Me: Jesus and the Gospel in the Old Testament
The Bible’s storyline is grand in its sweep, beautiful in its form, and unified in its message. However, many of us still struggle both to understand and to communicate how the Old and New Testaments fit together, especially in relation to the person and work of Jesus Christ. Eight leading evangelical pastors and scholars demonstrate what it looks like to preach Christ from the Old Testament in this collection of expositions of various texts:
- Albert Mohler — Studying the Scriptures and Finding Jesus (John 5:31–47)
- Tim Keller — Getting Out (Exodus 14)
- Alistair Begg — From a Foreigner to King Jesus (Ruth)
- James MacDonald — When You Don’t Know What to Do (Psalm 25)
- Conrad Mbewe — The Righteous Branch (Jeremiah 23:1–8)
- Matt Chandler — Youth (Ecclesiastes 11:9–12:8)
- Mike Bullmore — God’s Great Heart of Love toward His Own (Zephaniah)
- D. A. Carson — Getting Excited about Melchizedek (Psalm 110)
From the experience of the Israelites during the exodus, to the cryptic words about Melchizedek in the Psalms, here are eight examples of successful approaches to preaching the gospel from the Old Testament.
D. A. Carson and Kathleen Nielson, eds., His Mission: Jesus in the Gospel of Luke
In this collection of biblical expositions, eight Bible teachers look to the Gospel of Luke and its unique portrait of our Savior, exploring everything from the nature of Jesus’s divine sonship to his rejection by the religious and political rulers of his day. Chapters include:
- John Piper — Jesus the Son of God, the Son of Mary (Luke 1–2)
- Colin Smith — Jesus Despised (Luke 4:14–30)
- Crawford Loritts — Jesus's Transforming Power on Behalf of the Afflicted (Luke 8:26–56)
- D. A. Carson — Jesus's Resolve to Head toward Jerusalem (Luke 9:18–62)
- Kevin DeYoung — Jesus and the Lost (Luke 15:1–32)
- Stephen Um — Jesus and Money (Luke 16:1–15)
- Gary Millar — Jesus Betrayed and Crucified (Luke 22:3–23:49)
- Tim Keller – Jesus Vindicated (Luke 24:1–53)
This book will help you grasp the overarching message of the book of Luke: the blameless life, atoning death, and vindicating resurrection of Jesus Christ.