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THE FORGOTTEN TRINITY, by James R. White
A Brief “Bonus” Summary of Selected Chapters By Benjamin Montoya Chapter 2 What Is the Trinity ? Chapter 11 Three Persons Chapter 12 A Closer Look Chapter 2: What Is the Trinity? Although the word “Trinity” is one that many people have heard, it is word that is not always easy to define. But,…
GOD’S LESSER GLORY: THE DIMINISHED GOD OF OPEN THEISM, by Bruce Ware
A Brief Book Summary from Books At a Glance By Benjamin Montoya About the Author Bruce A. Ware (Ph.D., Fuller Theological Seminary) is professor of Christian theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He has written numerous journal articles, book chapters, book reviews, and has authored God’s Lesser Glory and Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Table…
CUR DEUS HOMO? by Anselm of Canterbury
A Brief Book Summary from Books at a Glance By Ben Rogers About the Author Anselm of Canterbury (1033-1109) was a native of Aosta and the son of the Lombard landowner. He left home for France in 1056 and entered the monastic school at Bec in Normany in 1059, which was directed by the…
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Of making many books there is no end” (Eccles. 12:12). If that was true in Solomon’s day, how much more true is it today in the 21st century! Even the best of us can only read a tiny fraction of what is written. If we want to “make the best use of our time” (Eph. 5:16), we could use some help so that we don’t waste our reading. I thank God, therefore, for ministries like “Books At a Glance,” designed to guide us to choose our reading wisely. From summaries to reviews to interviews, I expect this to be a key resource to help me know what is out there and what to read next.
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