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The Bible A History The Making and Impact of the Bible Stephen M. Miller and Robert V. Huber 978-0-7459-7032-5 17.95 Paperback 5 x 7.75 464 pages Biblical Studies History Culture Lion Books Rights NAR November 27 2015 The Bible has had a profound influence on the diverse cultures of the whole world. The Bible A History tells the story of the Bible from its making to its emergence as the best-selling book in history. Who wrote the different books in the Bible How were they written down When were they first collected together as the Old and New Testaments Who first translated the Bible How many languages is it available in today Written in a lively and lucid style the authors bring the story and the key people involved in it to life. Stephen M. Miller MA Nazarene Theological Seminary is a writer in Kansas City Missouri. His other publications include The Complete Guide to the Bible. Robert V. Huber MA City University of New York is editor emeritus at Readers Digest General Books Division. He was the project editor of The Bible Through the Ages. Reformation A World in Turmoil Andrew Atherstone 978-0-7459-7015-8 16.95 Paperback 5 x 7.75 256 pages Christianity History Lion Books Rights NAR Available Reformation traces the dramatic and compelling story from the Renaissance to the seventeenth-century wars of religion. It was a period of profound upheaval possibly the greatest since Christianity was founded in the first century A.D. Andrew Atherstone brings the period to life looking at why the Reformation happened how it happened what it actually was and what it achieved. Andrew Atherstone PhD Oxford University is tutor in history and doctrine and Latimer research fellow at Wycliffe Hall Oxford. His other publications include The Martyrs of Mary Tudor. God in the Lab How Science Enhances Faith Ruth Bancewicz 978-0-85721-568-0 16.99 Paperback 5 x 7.75 256 pages Religion Science Monarch Books Rights NA Available Science can be unglamorous and tough but it gives the opportunity to use creativity and imagination to appreciate the beauty of the natural world and to experience the joy of finding out new thingsthinking Gods thoughts after Him. Through the eyes of the author and six other experienced scientists God in the Lab shows how science can build faith in God. God in the Lab has widened the horizons of the science and faith debate by bringing new and needed perspectives. I heartily recommend it. Dr. Sharon Dirckx Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics Ruth Bancewicz PhD Edinburgh University is research associate at the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion in Cambridge England. Her other publications include Test of FAITH. kregel.comacademic 17 THEOLOGY