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in the mail from @OUPAcademic, “The Catholic Study Bible 3rd Edition”

I CANNOT WAIT TO GET INTO THIS This landmark resource, the first fully-based on the authoritative NABRE translation, contains the

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Book Reminder: @xkv8r “The Cities That Built the Bible” (@harpercollins)

DO YOU SMELL WHAT THE ROCK IS COOKING!!!!? For many, the names Bethlehem, Babylon, and Jerusalem are known as the

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Book Reminder: @Zondervan’s “The Greek-English New Testament: UBS 5th Revised Edition and NIV”

This really is a beautiful bible and matches up quite well to the other Greek bibles/helps. &lt;br /&gt;<br /> The

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Review, @LexhamPress’s “Supernatural: What the Bible teaches about the unseen world and why it matters.”

What do we do with all of the “weird” stuff in Scripture? This is a serious question for Christians today.

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in the mail from @LexhamPress, “Supernatural: What the Bible teaches about the unseen world and why it matters”

The newest work from Dr. Michael Heiser is out. Dr. Michael S. Heiser, a Scholar-in-Residence at Faithlife Corporation, presents fifteen

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Book Notes, @ivpacademic’s “Spirit of God: Christian Renewal in the Community of Faith “

While at times dense and jargon-laced, these essays are perhaps what the cautious rationalist needs to start toe-dipping into the

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Book Review, @ivpacademic’s “Rediscovering Jesus: An Introduction to Biblical, Religious and Cultural Perspectives on Christ”

I am left to wonder, because of the proposed premise of this book, if we aren’t left with a more

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In the Mail, @OUPAcademic’s “We Gather Together – The Religious Right and the Problem of Interfaith Politics”

Don’t you think this is timely? The story of the birth of the Religious Right is a familiar one. In