444 Surprising Quotes About the Bible: a Treasury of Inspiring Thoughts and Classic Quotations, Isabella D. Bunn, 2005, 190 pages, $9.99, softcover. Contains a historical collection of quotes on the Bible.
Protecting Your Teen From Today's Witchcraft: a Parent's Guide to Confronting Wicca and the Occult, Steve Russo, 2005, 222 pages, $13.99, softcover.
Hallelujah: the Poetry of Classic Hymns, edited by Anna Marlis Burgard, illustrated by Richard Krepel, 2005, 128 pages, $19.95, hardcover. The poetry of the world's most beautiful and moving hymns with the stories behind their creation, and artwork inspired by their words.
Translating Truth: the Case for Essentially Literal Bible Translation, C. John Collins, Wayne Grudem, Vern Sheridan Poythress, and Leland Ryken, 2006, 144 pages, $14.99, softcover. Excellent resources for those desiring to better understand Bible translation and find out how God's truth is most accurately translated.
Truth and the New Kind of Christian: The Emerging Effects of Postmodernism in the Church, R. Scott Smith, 2005, 192 pages, $14.99, softcover. Provides an explanation of postmodernism and surveys its influence in the academic realm and in the church.
Whatever Happened to Truth? Andreas Kostenberger, general editor, 2005, 173 pages, $15.99, softcover. A collection of essays presented at the 56th annual meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society.
The Benefits of Providence: a New Look at Divine Sovereignty, James B. Spiegel, 224 pages, $17.99, softcover. Provides a critical response to open theism and a vigorous case for the doctrine of divine providence.
The Children's Bible, English Standard Version, 2005, 1664 pages, $24.99, hardcover. The first edition of the complete ESV Bible specifically designed for children ages 6 to 12.
A Culture of Peace: God's Vision for the Church, Alan Kreider, Eleanor Kreider, and Paulus Widjaja, 2005, 203 pages, $9.99, softcover. Looks at why peace is such a divisive issue—even among Christians—and makes a strenuous call to faithful living.
Is It Insensitive to Share Your Faith? Hard Questions about Christian Mission in a Plural World, James R. Krabill, 2005, 154 pages, $9.99, softcover. A very readable book for young adults and other critical thinkers.
Cents & Sensibility: How Couples Can Agree About Money, Bethany & Scott Palmer, 2005, 240 pages, $14.99, softcover. Discover your "Money Personality" and how you and your spouse can work together toward financial success.
Living on the Boundaries: Evangelical Women, Feminism and the Theological Academy, Christine D. Pohl and Nicola Hoggard Creegan, 2005, 224 pages, $18.00, softcover. This well-informed, multidimensional and sensitive narrative of women's experiences will be illuminating for anyone involved in the academic theological world.
Spiritual Disciplines Handbook: Practices That Transform Us, Adele Ahlberg Calhoun, 2005, 293 pages, $16.00, softcover. Provides directions and insight for our journey toward intimacy with Christ.
The Dominance of Evangelicalism: the Age of Spurgeon and Moody, David W. Bebbington, 2005, 300 pages, $23.00, hardcover. The latest volume in the History of Evangelism series.
Kregel Dictionary of the Bible and Theology: Over 500 Key Theological Words and Concepts Defined and Cross-Referenced, Henry W. Holloman, 2005, 600 pages, $32.99, hardcover. An uncomplicated reference tool for Bible students, laypersons, and pastors.
Narnia: C. S. Lewis and His World, David Barratt, 2005, 80 pages, $12.97, softcover. This book explores the world of Narnia, explaining its enchanting characters and unforgettable stories, and explores the fascinating life of the author.
Paradigms in Conflict: 10 Key Questions in Christian Missions Today, David J. Hesselgrave, 2005, 368 pages, $20.99, softcover. Veteran missiologist David Hesselgrave, tackles ten pressing issues that missionaries and students of missions face today.
The Joy of Total Forgiveness: the Key to Guilt-Free Living, Bill Bright, 2005, 122 pages, $11.99, hardcover. This is Book Five in the Joy series.