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Monthly Archives: December 2016

The Bible Expositor’s Handbook

We are pleased to announce the release of The Bible Expositor’s Handbook by Dr. Greg Harris, Professor of Bible Exposition at The Master’s Seminary. Here is a brief description of this important work: The Bible Expositor’s Handbook of the Old Testament provides a thorough introduction to the attitudes and practices required to deeply understand the message … read more »

Christmas Carols and the Gospel

It’s that time of year. Turn on the radio, take a trip to the mall, or simply stroll down the aisles of the local grocery store, and you’re likely to hear songs about Jesus’ birth playing in the background. We call them “Christmas carols,” but they are really Christian hymns celebrating the incarnation of our Lord and Savior. For … read more »

New Book by Professor Scott Bashoor

We are pleased to announce that B & H Academic has just released a digital edition of a new book by Prof. Scott Bashoor, Visual Outline Charts of the New Testament (VOCNT). VOCNT is a collection of 70 full color, full page charts showing the structure and content of each New Testament book. This timely … read more »

God in the Manger

What is the real meaning of Christmas? The answer may just surprise you. For many, Christmas is the time to think of Jesus Christ as a baby in a manger. While the birth of Christ is a special and miraculous event, it isn’t the primary focus. The central truth of the Christmas story is this: … read more »

Controversies and Christmas

Mention “Christmas” and “controversy” together in the same sentence, and most evangelicals will assume you’re talking about Santa Claus, Christmas trees, or the secularization of the winter holiday season. But, from a historical perspective, a much more significant controversy surrounded Christmas for the first five centuries of church history; and its effects still linger in … read more »