A new series of theology resources conveying a distinctly Baptist perspective has been launched by B&H Academic.
The new series, “A Treasury of Baptist Theology,” is edited by Paige Patterson, president of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Jason G. Duesing, provost and associate professor of historical theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
“With plans for over two dozen volumes, this series will feature the work of Baptist theologians and church leaders on a wide range of topics written from a Baptist perspective,” Duesing said. “The vision for the series comes from Paige Patterson, and I count it an honor to join him as the ‘Treasury of Baptist Theology’ series editors.”
Patterson, who wrote the introduction to the series, noted that the resources represent a number of different Baptist institutions and churches.
“There is diversity among authors, including Asian, German and French theologians, as well as several Baptist women,” Patterson wrote. “Each author is writing from a distinctly Baptist perspective.”
The first volume in the series, “Pastoral Ministry: The Ministry of a Shepherd,” was released in November. The book is edited by Deron J. Biles, professor of pastoral ministries and preaching at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
SOURCE: Aaron Wilson