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Interview with Chris Bruno, author of THE WHOLE MESSAGE OF THE BIBLE IN 16 WORDS

Do you know the message of the Bible? Could you retell it in 16 words? Chris Bruno wants to do just that – tell the message of the whole Bible in just 16 words. Well, sort of. Hi, I’m Fred Zaspel, editor here at Books At a Glance, and today we’re talking to Chris Bruno,…

Interview with Brandon D. Crowe and Carl R. Trueman, editors of THE ESSENTIAL TRINITY: NEW TESTAMENT FOUNDATIONS AND PRACTICAL RELEVANCE

What do you get when a New Testament Theologian and a Historical Theologian who is also a pastor team up to put together a book on the Trinity? Today we’ll find out! I’m Fred Zaspel, executive editor here at Books At a Glance, and today we’re talking to Dr. Brandon Crowe and Dr. Carl Trueman,…

Interview with Robert L. Plummer, host and creator of DAILY DOSE OF GREEK

  When it was first announced I thought it was one of the best ideas I’d heard in a long time, and now that it’s a couple years into it I’m even more convinced. I’m Fred Zaspel, executive editor here at Books At a Glance, and I’m talking about the popular Daily Dose of Greek…

2016 Favorites: Interview with David Mathis, author of HABITS OF GRACE: ENJOYING JESUS THROUGH THE SPIRITUAL DISCIPLINES

Have you ever heard of “the habits of grace”? What in the world does it mean to have grace habits? Hi, I’m Fred Zaspel, editor at Books At a Glance, and that’s what we’re talking about today with David Mathis. David is executive editor at desiringGod.org and author of the new book, Habits of Grace:…

2016 Favorites: Interview with Betsy Childs Howard, author of SEASONS OF WAITING: WALKING BY FAITH WHEN DREAMS ARE DELAYED

Waiting is not likely your favorite pastime, but we all do a lot of it. And sometimes that waiting can be painful. So what does waiting look like in Christian perspective? Greetings, I’m Fred Zaspel, executive editor here at Books At a Glance, and that’s what we’re talking about today with Betsy Childs Howard, author…

Interview with Paul Gilbert, co-author of LETTING GO: RUGGED LOVE FOR WAYWARD SOULS

Few things could be more painful than a wayward loved one, and it’s not always clear how to move forward. What should we say? How can we best relate to them and help? Hi, I’m Fred Zaspel, editor here at Books At a Glance, and we’re talking today to Paul Gilbert, co-author of Letting Go:…

Interview with Iain Duguid, author of SONG OF SONGS (REFORMED EXPOSITORY COMMENTARY)

  Chances are you have never been part of an extended study of the Old Testament book, The Song of Solomon. If you have, you’re the exception. And what is that book all about anyway? Hi, I’m Fred Zaspel, executive editor here at Books At a Glance, and today we’re talking to Iain Duguid, professor…

Interview with Fred Sanders, author of THE TRIUNE GOD (NEW STUDIES IN DOGMATICS)

  Unless you’ve just stopped in from Mars you’re aware that there has been a rather recent explosion of discussion among Christians about the doctrine of the Trinity, and that just has to be a good thing. Hi, I’m Fred Zaspel, executive editor here at Books At a Glance. Few contemporary theologians have sought more…

Interview with Larry W. Hurtado, author of DESTROYER OF THE GODS: EARLY CHRISTIAN DISTINCTIVENESS IN THE ROMAN WORLD

  If you think Christians seem odd in today’s world, how do you think they seemed to the world in which Christianity was born? Just how was it different, you ask? And if so different from the world around it, what impact did it have? Hi, I’m Fred Zaspel, editor here at Books At a…

Interview with Stephen J. Wellum, author of GOD THE SON INCARNATE: THE DOCTRINE OF CHRIST

It’s not every day a major new title on the Person of Christ is released, but that’s what we have with Stephen Wellum’s new book, God the Son Incarnate: The Doctrine of Christ – a book I’m sure will receive wide attention. I’m Fred Zaspel, executive editor here at Books At a Glance, and we…

Interview with Michael J. Kruger, author of A BIBLICAL-THEOLOGICAL INTRODUCTION TO THE NEW TESTAMENT: THE GOSPEL REALIZED

  New Testament Introductions are definitely not all created equal. Hi, this is Fred Zaspel, editor here at Books At a Glance. Last week you may recall that we talked to Dr. Miles Van Pelt, editor of the new A Biblical-Theological Introduction to the Old Testament. Today we’re talking to his counterpart, Dr. Michael Kruger,…

Interview with Miles Van Pelt, author of A BIBLICAL-THEOLOGICAL INTRODUCTION TO THE OLD TESTAMENT: THE GOSPEL PROMISED

  There are books, and there are books. Now more specifically we can also say, there are Old Testament Introductions, and there are Old Testament Introductions! They are definitely not all created equal. Hi, this is Fred Zaspel, editor here at Books At a Glance, and we’re talking today to Dr. Miles Van Pelt, editor…

Interview with James N. Anderson, author of WHY SHOULD I BELIEVE CHRISTIANITY?

Why should you believe that the Christian message is true? Is it just a blind leap? Or does it really make sense? And for that matter, do the alternatives make sense? Hi, I’m Fred Zaspel, and we’re talking today to Dr. James Anderson of Reformed Theological Seminary and author of the really excellent new book,…

Interview with Sinclair Ferguson, author of DEVOTED TO GOD: BLUEPRINTS FOR SANCTIFICATION

What is sanctification? What does it mean to be holy? Is it something God does for us? Is it something we do for God? Is it both? Hi, I’m Fred Zaspel, editor here at Books At a Glance, and we’re talking today to Dr. Sinclair Ferguson. He’s a long-time friend and certainly no stranger to…

Interview with Paul Kjoss Helseth, author of RIGHT REASON AND THE PRINCETON MIND: AN UNORTHODOX PROPOSAL

Old Princeton Seminary was a land of giants – theological giants. And if you’re anything at all like me your appreciation for them is immense. Not all have felt that way, of course, and it may surprise you that in fact some have alleged that though they were giants of the Reformed faith their view…

Interview with Matthew Barrett, author of GOD'S WORD ALONE: THE AUTHORITY OF ALL SCRIPTURE: WHAT THE REFORMERS TAUGHT AND WHY IT STILL MATTERS

You’ve heard of the famous five Reformation solas, and now Zondervan has a new series of books on the subject. Today we focus on the newest of them – sola Scriptura: Scripture alone. Hi, I’m Fred Zaspel, editor here at Books At a Glance, and today we’re talking to Matthew Barrett, professor of theology at…