Homosexuality: a Biblical perspective
Contemporary culture is forcing Christians to reconsider their historic theological understandings of homosexuality. At the editors' request, the author examines whether Scripture or human experience shall have the normative role.
Is the church spiritual Israel?
Is there a dichotomy between the church and Israel in the New Testament? Are there two sets of promises in the Bible one delivered to Israel and the other given to the church? If so, do the promises directed originally to the remnant relate solely to Israel, or can they have meaning for the church as well?
Quality control for sermons
The busy pastor needs a simple way to evaluate his sermons. These six pointed questions, if applied, will guarantee at least the basic qualifications for a good sermon.
Caesorea Maritima: Herod's city
For more than a decade Loma Linda University has cosponsored the excavation of Caesarea, uncovering remains of a large Christian and Roman community. Here's a report by a member of the excavation team.
Shepherdess: File me under miscellaneous
If nothing is filed before something, then would order come before chaos? Or would it be the other way around? The life of this minister's wife may be unpredictable, but at least it's not boring!
These books approach human sexuality and homosexuality from the viewpoint of clinicians, counselors, and theologians. All are in print and will provide the reader with a broad basis for understanding.