Simonetta Carr traces the events of Edwards’s life from a young student interested in science to husband and father, pastor, leader of the Great Awakening, missionary, writer, and college president. Colorful illustrations, interesting facts, and a compelling story combine to introduce young readers to this important theologian and life in colonial America.
In this fiercely urgent book, Matthew Pratt Guterl focuses on how and why we come to see race in very particular ways. What does it mean to see someone as a color? As racially mixed or ethnically ambiguous? What history makes such things possible?
God can make you a good dad, a great dad, in spite of the way you’ve grown up and in spite of the mistakes you’ve made as a dad. This book is not about becoming a perfect father, but it is about trying to become a better father each and every day.
This briskly told history of Reformed Protestantism takes these churches through their entire 500-year history—from sixteenth-century Zurich and Geneva to modern locations as far flung as Seoul and São Paulo.
Author J. V. Fesko hopes to awaken the church to the majesty, beauty, and splendor of the Psalms through a devotional exploration of Psalms 1–8, a “grand Christ hymn,” in which David, as the suffering king, prefigures the king of kings, Jesus Christ.
Was Jesus just a good man who lived a long time ago? Or was he something more? Just about everyone you ask has an opinion about Jesus. Some believe he was the Son of God, while others question his existence altogether.