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New books that engage your mind with Bible study essentials you’ll actually remember.

Biblical Greek Made Simple

All the Basics in One Semester

Danny Zacharias is a master teacher of elementary Greek. I'm delighted to see in this new book, Biblical Greek Made Simple, a coalescence of Dr. Zacharias's scholarly knowledge, pedagogical skill, and technological competence. This textbook, which integrates learning to use the Logos software alongside a more traditional teaching approach, will prove invaluable.

—Robert L. Plummer, professor of New Testament interpretation, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary


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Learning Biblical Hebrew

Reading for Comprehension: An Introductory Grammar

Learning Biblical Hebrew helps students sidestep pitfalls by providing clear explanations of perennially perplexing issues. Students are led to predict patterns (e.g. vowel changes or irregular verbs) with minimal memorization. Having adopted this text in both graduate and undergraduate introductory Biblical Hebrew courses I can gladly attest–Learning Biblical Hebrew is appropriately entitled!

—Richard Rohlfing Jr., Fuller Theological Seminary


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Discovering the New Testament

Volume 1: The Gospels and Acts

Mark Keown’s New Testament introduction sorts through a myriad of New Testament issues and themes, giving readers a solid acquaintance with the views and ideas this text raises and the background to its construction. The options are presented and analyzed with care, making it a worthy guide to these crucial first five books of the New Testament.

—Darrell Bock, Senior Research Professor of New Testament Studies, Dallas Theological Seminary


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