Roy B. Zuck

Roy B. Zuck’s Books

Teaching as Paul Taught

Though books on Paul's life and writings abound, very few works have examined the apostle's teaching…
November 1, 2003

Teaching as Jesus Taught

The Master Teacher Jesus can improve a Christian education program. Other books have considered Jesus' teaching…
January 1, 2002

Vital Christian Living Issues: Examining Crucial Concerns in the Spiritual Life (Vital Issues Series)

The Vital Issues Series draws upon the insights and study of numerous evangelical scholars and writers…
April 30, 1997

Rightly Divided: Readings in Biblical Hermeneutics

Rightly divides brings together the insights of twenty-one experienced Bible scholars in the field of hermeneutics,…
December 2, 1996

Vital Old Testament Issues: Examining Textual and Topical Questions (Vital Issues Series)

The Vital Issues Series draws upon the insights and study of numerous evangelical scholars and writers…
April 30, 1996

Roy B. Zuck’s Contributions

Charts on Open Theism and Orthodoxy

H. Wayne House
Kregel Academic & Professional

Commentary and Reference Survey

John Glynn
Kregel Academic & Professional

Marriage and Family in the Biblical World

Ken M. Campbell, editor
IVP Academic

The Epistles of John and Jude

Robert Lightner
AMG Publishers

Sharing Your Faith with a Hindu

Madasamy Thirumalai
Bethany House Publishers

Sharing Your Faith with a Buddhist

Madasamy Thirumalai
Bethany House Publishers

Islam and the Cross

Samuel M. Zwemer
P & R Publishing

Arabs in the Shadow of Israel

Tony Maalouf
Kregel Academic & Professional

Genesis

Kenneth O. Gangel, Stephen J. Bramer
Holman Reference

I & II Kings

Gary Inrig
Holman Reference

Ecclesiastes, Song of Songs

David George Moore, Daniel L. Akin
Holman Reference

Unveiling Islam

Ergun Mehmet Caner, Emir Fethi Caner
Kregel Publications

The End Times Controversy

Tim LaHaye, Thomas Ice, editors
Harvest House Publishers

Joshua

Kenneth O. Gangel
Holman Reference
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