The Beginning and the End: Rereading Genesis’s Stories and Revelation’s VisionsAuthor: Michael W. PahlAfter years of drought on good and accessible biblical theology for the informed layperson, Michael W. Pahl offers a refreshing new publication entitled, The Beginning and the End: Rereading Genesis’ Stories and Revelation’s Visions. This well-written, well-organized book is a short study (106 pages) in how to (re)-read the opening chapters of Genesis and the concluding chapters of Revelation with new and fresh insight.
The majestic strains of Handel’s chorus stir the hearts of many this time of year, as choirs perform The Messiah in venues from Charlottetown to Winnipeg to Victoria. The music is familiar, the words inspired.
New Testament Theology: Extending the table
Author: Jon M. Isaak
Jon Isaak has significant ministry experience in Mennonite Brethren circles, most recently as a New Testament professor at MB Biblical Seminary and Fresno Pacific University, and prior to that as a missionary with MB Mission and Service International (now MB Mission)….
The Naked Anabaptist: The Bare Essentials of a Radical FaithAuthor: Stuart MurrayWhat is Anabaptism really all about? What does it mean to be Anabaptist today? What can Anabaptist thought and practice contribute to the wider church? These are the kinds of questions behind The Naked Anabaptist, Stuart Murray’s account of Anabaptism “stripped down to its bare essentials.”