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Paperback - Like New Telling the Old Testament Story: God's Mission and God's People by Brad E. Kelle While honoring the historical context and literary diversity of the Old Testament, Telling the Old Testament Story is a thematic reading that construes the OT as a complex but coherent narrative. Unlike standard, introductory textbooks that only cover basic background and interpretive issues for each Old Testament book, this introduction combines a thematic approach with careful exegetical attention to representative biblical texts, ultimately telling the macro-level story, while drawing out the multiple nuances present within different texts and traditions. The book works from the Protestant canonical arrangement of the Old Testament, which understands the story of the Old Testament as the story of God and God's relationship with all creation in love and redemption--a story that joins the New Testament to the Old. Within this broader story, the Old Testament presents the specific story of God and God's relationship with Israel as the people called, created, and formed to be God's covenant partner and instrument within creation. The Old Testament begins by introducing God's mission in Genesis. The story opens with the portrait of God's good, intended creation of right-relationships (Gen 1--2) and the subsequent distortion of that good creation as a result of humanity's rebellion (Gen 3--11). Genesis 12 and following introduce God's commitment to restore creation back to the right-relationships and divine intentions with which it began. Coming out of God's new covenant engagement with creation in Gen 9, this divine purpose begins with the calling of a people (who turn out to be the manifold descendants of Abraham and Sarah) to be God's instrument of blessing for all creation and thus to reverse the curse brought on by sin. The diverse traditions that comprise the remainder of the Pentateuch then combine to portray the creation and formation of Israel as a people prepared to be God's instrument of restoration and blessing. As the subsequent Old Testament books portray Israel's life in the land and journey into and out of exile, the reader encounters complex perspectives on Israel's attempts to understand who God is, who they are as God's people, and how, therefore, they ought to live out their identity as God's people within God's mission in the world. The final prophetic books that conclude the Protestant Old Testament ultimately give the story of God's mission and people an open-ended quality, suggesting that God's mission for God's people continues and leading Christian readers to consider the New Testament's story of the Church as an extension and expansion of the broader story of God introduced in the Old Testament. The main methodological perspective that informs the book includes work on the phenomenological function of narrative (especially story's function to shape the identity and practice of the reader), as well as more recent so-called \"missional\" approaches to reading Christian scripture. Canonical criticism provides the primary means for relating the distinctive voices within the Old Testament texts that still honor the particularity and diversity of the discrete compositions. Accessibly written, this book invites readers to enter imaginatively into the biblical story and find the Old Testament's lively and enduring implications. Learn More
Paperback The First Journey (Alternamorphs #1) by K.A. Applegate What would you do if you had the chance to become an Animorph? To hang out and battle the Yeerks with Jake and the crew? Now Animorphs fans can get in on the action in this \"choose-your-own adventure\" type book!. Learn More
Paperback Is That An Angry Penguin In Your Gym Bag? (Tardy Boys #4) by Todd Strasser (Goodreads Author) The Tardy Boys are back for their fourth funny, smelly adventure! Thanks to global warming, it's a beautiful eighty-five degree winter morning. Fortunately for the Tardy Boys, The School With No Name has an indoor hockey rink. But when they show up for practice, the ice has been taken over by penguins. With everyone at school busy trying out for the American Super Mega Idol Star Search, only Leyton and Wade can save these creatures from becoming extinct. Learn More
Hardcover - Great Were You a Wild Duck, Where Would You Go? by George Mendoza A lyrical story, accompanied by detailed illustrations, presenting the theme of the destruction of the environment through the eyes of a wild duck. Mallard narrates the story of his search for a home, and pleads for the environment's future. By the author of Traffic Jam. Learn More
Paperback - Great Despicable Me 3: The Junior Novel by Sadie Chesterfield From the same studio that brought you the NY TIMES BESTSELLING MINIONS: JUNIOR NOVEL...Join Gru, Lucy, the girls, & of course the Minions for another hilarious journey in this exciting junior novel based on the highly anticipated blockbuster movie Despicable Me 3! This title comes with an 8-page full-color insert! Despicable Me 3 is a trademark and copyright of Universal Studios. Licensed by Universal. All Rights Reserved. Learn More
Hardcover - Great The International Children's Devotional Bible by Anonymous, Robert J. Morgan (Goodreads Author) (Editor), Natalie Carabetta. (Illustrator) Now, with The International Children's Devotional Bible, children ages 6 to 11 can have a devotional Bible of their very own. Celebrated as the first Bible translated just for kids, the ICB is ideal for early readers. The artwork and familiar language of The International Children's Devotional Bible is sure to thrill the hearts of parents who are eager to get their kids turned on to the Word. This beautifully illustrated story Bible is not a paraphrase, but the actual text of the popular International Children's Bible, from which are selected 260 complete Bible stories. There is a story for each weekday, bursting with illustrations by acclaimed artist Natalie Carabetta. Learn More
Hardcover - Great Condition Field of Peace by Joyce Meyer, Mary Sullivan (Illustrator) The second book in the Everyday Zoo series, written by New York Times bestselling author Joyce Meyer, uses the beloved cast of animal characters to help readers discover the importance of finding peace in our lives by making decisions that please God. This book introduces Boyd the giraffe who is focused on his baseball team winning the championship. When faced with a teammate who isn’t performing well, Boyd must decide if he wants to win at all costs or do the right thing. Learn More
Paperback Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy, Richard Pevear (Translator), Larissa Volokhonsky (Translator) Acclaimed by many as the world's greatest novel, Anna Karenina provides a vast panorama of contemporary life in Russia and of humanity in general. In it Tolstoy uses his intense imaginative insight to create some of the most memorable characters in literature. Anna is a sophisticated woman who abandons her empty existence as the wife of Karenin and turns to Count Vronsky to fulfil her passionate nature - with tragic consequences. Levin is a reflection of Tolstoy himself, often expressing the author's own views and convictions. Throughout, Tolstoy points no moral, merely inviting us not to judge but to watch. As Rosemary Edmonds comments, 'He leaves the shifting patterns of the kaleidoscope to bring home the meaning of the brooding words following the title, 'Vengeance is mine, and I will repay. Learn More
Hardcover The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame Mole, Rat, and Badger are Toad’s dearest friends even as the aristocratic amphibian’s wastrel ways get him into trouble. After being arrested and sentenced to jail, he returns to his ancestral home of Toad Hall to find it overrun with stoats and weasels from the Wild Wood. But his friends haven’t abandoned him yet. In fact, they’ve conspired to help drive the villainous vermin from his home. Embracing themes of empathy and friendship under the most trying conditions, The Wind in the Willows follows the journey of its anthropomorphic characters through the changing seasons of the English countryside while providing life lessons that have endured for generations. AmazonClassics brings you timeless works from the masters of storytelling. Ideal for anyone who wants to read a great work for the first time or rediscover an old favorite, these new editions open the door to literature’s most unforgettable characters and beloved worlds. Revised edition: Previously published as The Wind in the Willows, this edition of The Wind in the Willows (AmazonClassics Edition) includes editorial revisions. Learn More
Paperback The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain, Guy Cardwell (Notes), John Seelye (Introduction), Walter Trier (Ilustrator) 2010 edition Like New Collins Classics A nineteenth-century boy from a Mississippi River town recounts his adventures as he travels down the river with a runaway slave, encountering a family involved in a feud, two scoundrels pretending to be royalty, and Tom Sawyer's aunt who mistakes him for Tom. Learn More