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N e w bestsellers | classics + more The Fear Of The Lord Is Wisdom: A Theological Introduction To Wisdom In Israel Tremper Longman III Professor Longman discusses Israelite wisdom in the context of the broader ancient Near East, treats the connection between wisdom in the New and Old Testaments, and deals with a number of contested issues, such as the relationship of wisdom to prophecy, history, and law. 336 pages, from Baker. BST OT 471438 Hardback $34.99 Jesus The Eternal Son: Answering Adoptionist Christology Michael F Bird Engaging critically with such scholars as James Barr and Bart Ehrman, Michael Bird shows that Adoptionism – the idea that Jesus was adopted as God’s son at his baptism or resurrection – was actually a late 2nd century development, and that the earliest Christology was, in fact, incarnational. 171 pages, from Eerdmans. TH CH 485755 Paperback $24.99 The Essential Bible Companion: Key Insights For Reading God’s Word John Walton, Mark Strauss and Ted Cooper Jr Discover clear, concise insights into the Bible, book by book. This well-designed volume condenses the most important information in a highly visual, easy- to-understand format. A unique reference that delivers exactly what it promises – the essen- tials! 152 pages, from Zondervan. RE HN 474667 Paperback $12.99 The Story Of God Bible Commentary: 1, 2 & 3 John Constantine R Campbell, Edited by Tremper Longman III and Scot McKnight This commentary on the Johannine epistles by Australian scholar Con Campbell approaches the text as part of the Bible’s overarching grand narrative. The emphasis is on ‘living the story’, opening up the epistles’ teaching in ways that inspire an active response! 272 pages, from Zondervan. NTC 62 457236 Hardback $34.99 New International Commentary On The Old Testament: The Books Of Haggai And Malachi Mignon R Jacobs Engaging with the latest scholarship, Mignon Jacobs offers clear and insightful interpretation of Haggai and Malachi, highlighting such themes as honouring or dishonouring God, the responsibilities of leaders, and hearing the prophetic word in challenging times. 424 pages, from Eerdmans. Biblical Theology For Life Series: Known By God A Biblical Theology Of Personal Identity Brian S Rosner What makes you, you? Brian Rosner argues that rather than knowing ourselves, being known by God is the key to personal identity. He explores three biblical angles on the question: being made in the image of God, being known by God, and being in Christ. 272 pages, from Zondervan. BST BT 472981 Paperback $34.99 OTC 37 486092 Hardback $69.99 Muslim: What You Need To Know About The World’s Fastest Growing Religion Hank Hanegraaff Is Islam a peaceful and tolerant religion? With rigour and clarity, Hank Hanegraaf demonstrates that today’s rapidly spreading and militant Islam is a real threat to the historic values of Western culture. This is a wake-up call to the false narrative of global Islam’s benignity. 320 pages, from Thomas Nelson. REL IS 477813 Paperback $17.99 & N o t e w o r t h y Ministries Of Mercy: Learning To Care Like Jesus Timothy Keller Timothy Keller shows that practical care for the needs of people around us is the duty of every believer, as fundamental to Christian living as evangelism. In this fully reworked edition of a popular resource, Keller gives steps for perse- vering in active caring, and addresses thorny issues. 304 pages, from SPCK. CC CC 28110 Paperback $16.99 Unimaginable: What Our World Would Be Like Without Christianity Jeremiah J Johnston It is currently fashionable to construe Christianity as a negative influence on human flourishing. This exciting book sets the record straight, by revealing the extent to which our most valued institutions and social, aesthetic, and cultural values derive directly from Christianity. 256 pages, from Bethany House. 481724 Paperback CW GE $17.99 Published by Koorong Books Pty. Limited. A.B.N. 93 001 583 759 © Koorong Books Pty. Limited 2018 3