First published in 1611, the King James Bible is still hailed today as a tremendous literary achievement and in some circles, the true authoritative Word of God.
With this book, Professor Gary Waite has written one of the clearest overviews of witchcraft and heresy in Europe during the 15th through 17th centuries.
Lost Christianities provides a fascinating overview of the events, writings, and politics that eventually led to the New Testament as we know it today.
For a general A-Z reference guide to angels and demons, Davidson's Dictionary of Angels is pretty comprehensive.
Ben Witherington III serves as editor for this compilation of scholarly essays surrounding the Third Quest for the Historical Jesus.
The devil and evil go hand in hand, and in Professor Russell's first book in his history of the devil and evil, he takes us back to pre-Christian time.
Boccaccini traces the lineage of Jewish texts and looks for where the Qumran community fits in with Jewish literature.