Tag: IVP Academic

Mark Glanville

Jazz by its nature as a traditioned, improvised, nuanced, intelligent, conversational art form, is an evocative metaphor for the church in post-Christendom.

A Prophet Is Not a Predictor of the Future

The prophets claim more, and the people credited them with more than just astute human discernment.

John H. Walton

Whatever authority the prophetic words held for the ancient audience they also hold for us.

Robert F. Cochran Jr.

The great social good that lawyers do is to uphold the rule of law.

Outreach Resources of the Year: Apologetics

Chatraw and Allen break new ground in apologetics by looking back in "The Augustine Way." Both authors apply recent work on theological retrieval to the field of apologetics, using Augustine’s writings amid societal upheaval to shed light on our own culture.

21st Annual Outreach Resources of the Year

The Outreach Resources of the Year honors the past year’s best books that emphasize outreach-oriented ideas. You will discover valuable tools that belong on your bookshelf, that you will reach for time and again as they enhance your effectiveness in ministry through the years.

Peter Leithart

Creation is other than God, but it is glory as God is glory; it is Godlike—deified—from the beginning, destined to be fully deified in the end.

Beyond the Creation-Evolution Debate

Overlaying the maps of these two intellectual worlds—the Bible’s and evolutionary science’s—will show us the various routes they each forge to conceptualize the world we know today.