Goodness me but Crossway know what they're about...i've just been browsing the coming soon part of their website...here are some i'm particularly excited about:
The One Who Conquers.
Sam Storms brings us fifty (50!) Christ centered meditation on the seven letters of Revelation 2 and 3. Yummy.
Spectacular Sins and their global purpose in God.
John Piper's recent sermon series in book form. I listened to a couple of these and they were excellent. I'm sure the book will be nothing less.
Worldliness: Resisting the seduction of a fallen world.
I love C.J's writing. And his preaching. This book, about how to guard our hearts, and provide a witness in several areas.
If the popularity of Vintage Jesus is anything to go by, this new book from Mark Driscoll should be a huge success. I've been refreshed by a lot of time in 1 Corinthians 12 recently, hopefully this book will serve the same purpose.
Stand: A Call for the endurance of the saints.
The Desiring God conference books are always, always worth reading. John Piper, John MacArthur, Helen Rosevere and Randy Alcorn help us to unpack how to endure today, and into the future.
Death by love: Letters from the cross.
Mark Driscoll and Gary Breshears team up again to explore the practical implications of what happened on the cross. Written for those who have sinned or been sinned against.
The Erosion of inerrancy in evangelicalism.
GK Beale explores the latest challenges to the doctrine of inerrancy. His sound Biblical arguments provide a serious challenge to those arguing against the traditional view of the Scriptures.
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