It seems that many publishers are ramping up for their fall marketing campaigns as there are many new books that have arrived at the Bible Geek Gone Wild headquarters in the past few weeks. Here are a few that I wanted to make note of:
Why does God allow suffering and pain? Glorious Ruin, reveals the answer to this age-old question that can only be found in one place: God’s presence.
Everyone on earth will experience pain and suffering. But, as bestselling author Tullian Tchividjian explains,God wants to prepare believers for their own day of difficulty. The story of Job shows them how.
Now updated and expanded, with several brand-new chapters and reflection questions following every chapter, this landmark text offers the most important and practical guidance Derek Prince imparted to believers in his last years: how to prepare for and take their places in the ultimate, ongoing spiritual battle. With superb biblical exposition and hands-on application, Prince explains that Christians need to be more than just disciples; they need to be warriors. He shows them how to build a warrior’s character, to face testing, to fight alongside the Holy Spirit, to influence the outcomes of spiritual battles, and more.
The Man Who Knew God unravels the complexities of the book of Jeremiah and argues that this prophet is the key figure in shaping Western civilization. Mordecai Schreiber posits that Jeremiah is not only the one who eradicated paganism amongst the Hebrew people, but he can also be considered the founder of the post-biblical Jewish faith. Offering intriguing insight into Jeremiah’s role in the founding of Western monotheism and the eradication of paganism amongst the Hebrew people, this book should be read by all those interested in Biblical studies, Jewish studies, and religion.
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