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Don Carson shows what bearing study of Jesus as the Son of God has on the way Christians should think about Jesus, their evangelism and worship, and engages with current controversies regarding translation of the title, especially in Muslim contexts.
When ‘tolerance’ is made an absolute good, it drifts towards intolerance. D. A. Carson argues that it must then be challenged. He examines the changing definition of tolerance and offers a searching critique and practical response from a Christian perspective.
An interesting blend of testimony, insight and teaching, this book looks at the relationship between scholarship and pastoral ministry. John Piper centres on the importance of scholarship and academic pursuits in his role as pastor. Don Carson, conversely, focuses on the importance of pastoral minis... (more)
Six pastors focus on themes like unashamed courage in gospel preaching, rightly dividing the word of truth, pitfalls and parodies of ministry, and finishing well. An empowering resource for pastors and other serious Bible students.
Over the past thirty years, D. A. Carson has written widely on the nature and interpretation of Scripture. This timely collection of his work selects five key essays on relevant themes and critical reviews of nine books on Scripture.
The theme of the love of God is inexhaustible - and easily distorted and misunderstood. Don Carson explores the Bible’s teaching to show how God’s sovereignty and wrath are included in his love, not opposed to it.
The temptation to compromise the gospel is ever present. Don Carson brings encouragement from Philippians to get back to basics: putting the whole gospel first, learning to live as disciples of Christ, and persevering in the Christian walk.
Jesus' death and resurrection, one weekend in Jerusalem about two thousand years ago, are central to the Bible. Don Carson unpacks five New Testament texts to show what some of the earliest witnesses wrote about these events and their meaning.