Books

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Exalting Jesus in Song of Songs (Christ-Centered Exposition Commentary), Daniel L. Akin (Nashville: Holman Reference, 2014). Dr. Akin provides a series of Christ-centered, expository sermons through the Song of Songs. Each chapter is filled with faithful exegesis, practical application, and helpful illustrations that will help readers study the Bible, strengthen their marriage, and exalt Jesus.
Exalting Jesus in 1, 2, 3 John (Christ-Centered Exposition Commentary), Daniel L. Akin (Nashville: Holman Reference, 2014). Dr. Akin provides a series of Christ-centered, expository sermons through each of John’s epistles. Each chapter is filled with faithful exegesis, practical application, and helpful illustrations that will help readers study the Bible and exalt Jesus.
CCE Mark Exalting Jesus in Mark (Christ-Centered Exposition Commentary), Daniel L. Akin (Nashville: Holman Reference, 2014). Dr. Akin provides a series of Christ-centered, expository sermons through Mark’s Gospel. Each chapter is filled with faithful exegesis, practical application, and helpful illustrations that will help readers study the Bible and exalt Jesus.
Christology: The Study of Christ (The Concise Theology Series), Daniel L. Akin (Rainer Publishing, 2013). Who is Jesus? Christology is the central doctrine of Christianity. In this brief ebook Dr. Akin covers both Old Testament and New Testament texts, offering succinct explanations about some of the biggest questions about Jesus. In addition, major theories are examined as Dr. Akin comments on historical controversies surrounding the life of Christ.
Exalting Jesus in 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus (Christ-Centered Exposition Commentary), David Platt, Daniel L. Akin, and Tony Merida (Nashville: B&H Academic, 2013). Dr. Akin provides the commentary on Titus in this volume, the first of the 48-volume Christ-Centered Exposition Commentary Series from B&H. This series will seek to combine insightful commentary, contemporary illustrations, and interpretive guides for how to preach Jesus from every book of the Bible.
Wen Who Changed the World 10 Who Changed the World, Daniel L. Akin (Nashville: B&H Books, 2012). Dr. Akin provides a powerful tribute to the transformational work done by some truly inspiring Christian missionaries. With each profile, he journeys into the heart of that gospel servants mission-minded story and makes a compelling connection to a relevant biblical text.
Engaging Exposition Engaging Exposition, Daniel L. Akin, Bill Curtis, and Stephen Rummage(Nashville: B&H Academic, 2011). Engaging Exposition blends hermeneutics, sermon development, and sermon delivery with what its experienced authors call a “3-D approach” to preaching. The authors discuss how to discover the meaning of a biblical text (Curtis), how to develop expository sermons based upon results of the interpretive process (Akin), and how deliver expository messages using the completed sermon (Rummage).
Vibrant Church Vibrant Church: Becoming a Healthy Church in the 21st Century, Daniel L. Akin and Thom Rainer (Nashville: LifeWay Press, 2008). Vibrant Church is a study of one of the most important doctrines of the Bible and one of the most crucial topics in Christianity today: the doctrine of ecclesiology, or the study of church. The nature of a biblical, New Testament church is a discussion that devoted followers of the Lord Jesus cannot ignore. This book seeks to answer the question, What characterizes a healthy and vibrant church?
Five Who Changed the World Five Who Changed the World, Daniel L. Akin (Wake Forest, NC: SEBTS, 2008). Dr. Akin walks believers through five key texts of Scripture, illustrating the truths contained therein by sharing the biographies of five missionaries who changed the world through their dedication to the Great Commission. (Five is no longer available, but readers can find its contents in the newer 10 Who Changed the World).
1 John, 2 John, 3 John, Daniel L. Akin and Jon Akin (Nashville: Seminary Extension, 2006).
John's Letters John’s Letters: How to Grow in Loving God, Daniel L. Akin (Nashville: LifeWay, 2006). This 2007 January Bible Study for adults encourages continual growth in the Christian life. John’s letters emphasize the person and work of Jesus, the marks of true Christian behavior, and the believer’s assurance of God’s love in Christ. It encourage believers to grow, becoming more effective evangelists, disciples and ministers in their daily lives.
Discovering the Biblical Jesus Discovering the Biblical Jesus: Evidence From An Empty Tomb, Daniel L. Akin (Nashville: LifeWay, 2003). Jesus asked His disciples, “Who do you say I am?” Today, in our postmodern, pluralistic culture, this “Jesus question” can be quite controversial. This six-chapter study responds to modern-day skepticism with timeless biblical affirmations.
Old Testament Commentary: Ecclesiastes, Song of Songs Ecclesiastes, Song of Songs in the Holman Old Testament Commentary 14, Daniel L. Akin and David George Moore (Nashville: Holman Reference, 2003). Moore and Akin contribute to this easy-to-use, quick reference commentary series, focusing on two powerful yet often confusing Old Testament books.
God on Sex God on Sex: The Creator’s Ideas about Love, Intimacy and Marriage, Daniel L. Akin (Nashville: B&H Books, 2003). As the Creator of sex, God understands this good gift, and He has imparted to us His plan for enjoying great sex. This book provides a verse-by-verse treatment of God’s design, intention, and blessings for this vital dimension of life while also examining popular misconceptions about marriage and sex.
The New American Commentary: 1, 2, 3 John 1, 2, 3 John in the New American Commentary Series 38, Daniel L. Akin (Nashville: B&H Publishing, 2001). Akin provides an exegetical and theological exposition on 1, 2, and 3 John in this commentary. In his words, “To know the Savior and love the saints captures well the emphasis of the letters of John.”
Systematic Theology, Daniel L. Akin and Mike Nicholson (Nashville: Seminary Extension, 1998).
How to Understand the Bible, Daniel L. Akin (Nashville: Seminary Extension, 1997).