Dr. Gary Reimers
Dr. Gary Reimers provides a theology of public worship in The Glory Due His Name. Traditional, contemporary, or blended?Worship philosophy may be the most divisive issue in church leadership today. Many churches simply offer multiple styles. But does worship style also matter to God?
Reimers shows what God says about worship. He discusses music and preaching in worship, God’s response to deviant worship, and the characteristics of right and wrong worship. Essential for pastors, worship leaders, and music directors. Part of Biblical Discernment for Difficult Issues, a series from Bob Jones University Seminary.
Dr. Randy Jaeggli
BJU Seminary professor Randy Jaeggli investigates the extent and application of Christian liberty in Love, Liberty, and Christian Conscience.Christians often divide over matters of conscience. Charges may fly of legalism from one side and of licentiousness from the other.
Jaeggli shows how to balance liberty and love in matters of conscience. He discusses the meaning and uses of legalism, the roles of conscience, and the true nature of Christian liberty. Christians are free, Jaeggli says, to have their lives transformed by the gospel. Essential for spiritual formation. Part of Biblical Discernment for Difficult Issues, a series from Bob Jones University Seminary.
Dr. Randy Jaeggli
Christians and Alcohol: A Scriptural Case for Abstinence by Randy Jaeggli tackles the tough question of whether Christians today should be drinking alcoholic beverages even in moderation.Through thorough examination of the clear biblical evidence from both the Old Testament and the New Testament as well of medical, historical, and spiritual factors, Dr. Jaeggli confidently affirms that total abstinence from alcohol is the scriptural choice.
Brian Hand provides wise counsel for entertainment choices in Upright Downtime.From sports to movies to hobbies, Americans must evaluate multiple entertainment options. Libertines insist that all entertainment is neutral or good; ascetics insist that most, if not all, is evil.
Hand provides a balanced biblical theology of entertainment. He shows entertainment’s dangers, its purposes, and its place in a biblical theology of humanity. He also measures his criteria by a reading of Ecclesiastes and evaluates television as a test case. Essential for parents and educators. Part of Biblical Discernment for Difficult Issues, a series from Bob Jones University Seminary.
Dr. Brian Hand
Web of Iniquity: The Entangling of Sins explores seven basic sins (envy, pride, lust, greed, gluttony, wrath, and sloth) and how each one interconnects with the others.Brian Hand shares fascinating insights about why certain habitual sins seem so hard to break free from and which seemingly small sins are anything but trivial. This biblical analysis builds a foundation for overcoming sins through repentance and faith.
Dr. Brian Hand
The Climax of Biblical Prophecy: A Guide to Interpreting Revelation is the next generation among eschatological resources of its kind. Dr. Brian Hand, a New Testament professor at Bob Jones University Seminary, addresses the most crucial issues that lead to differing systems of interpretation and defends the literal interpretation method, Premillennialism, and a Christ-centered focus on the book of Revelation.