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David Beale: Author of HISTORICAL THEOLOGY IN-DEPTH

Author Interview Recently BJU Press released Dr. David Beale’s handsome new Historical Theology In-Depth: Themes and Contexts of Doctrinal Development since the First Century (2 volumes: 544 and 516 pages, respectively). We love Historical Theology here, and this kind of achievement does not happen every day. So we contacted Dr. Beale and asked to talk…

Kelly M. Kapic: Author of A LITTLE BOOK FOR NEW THEOLOGIANS Part 3

Today we conclude our very helpful discussion with Dr. Kelly Kapic (professor of theological studies at Covenant College in Lookout Mountain, Georgia) concerning his A Little Book for New Theologians. If you missed our previous two conversations, you can catch up here (part 1) and here (part 2). Books At a Glance (Fred Zaspel):  With…

Kelly M. Kapic: Author of A LITTLE BOOK FOR NEW THEOLOGIANS, Part 2

Author Interview with Dr. Kelly Kapic (part 2) Today we continue our discussion with Dr. Kelly Kapic concerning his A Little Book for New Theologians in which he charts a helpful path for theological study. If you missed our conversation yesterday, you can see it here. Books At a Glance (Fred Zaspel): How is personal…

Kelly M. Kapic: Author of A LITTLE BOOK FOR NEW THEOLOGIANS

Dr. Kelly M. Kapic (Ph.D. King’s College, University of London) is professor of theological studies at Covenant College in Lookout Mountain, Georgia. He is the author of God So Loved, He Gave and Communion with God, as well as co-editor of several works, including The Devoted Life and Mapping Modern Theology and his new A…

Trevin Wax: Author of GOSPEL-CENTERED TEACHING

Gospel-centeredness is in. It’s cool to be all about the gospel today. In fact, it’s so “in” that we now have to worry about its becoming a mere buzz-word, a cliche with little meaning. Even so, it is surely an indication of God’s blessing among us that our generation has become more gospel-aware. Still, those…

David and Jonathan Gibson: Editors of FROM HEAVEN HE CAME AND SOUGHT HER Part 2

Author Interview Part 2 Today we continue our interview with David and Jonathan Gibson, editors of From Heaven He Came and Sought Her: Definite Atonement in Historical, Biblical, Theological, and Pastoral Perspective (Crossway). If you need to catch up, you can see part one of this interview here.   Books At a Glance (Fred Zaspel):…

David and Jonathan Gibson: Editors of FROM HEAVEN HE CAME AND SOUGHT HER

Author Interview Part 1 What did Christ intend to accomplish by his cross? One would think that by this point in history such an easy question would be easy. But it is a question that in some ways divides. Did Christ die intending to save his elect only? Or did he have a wider purpose?…

Aimee Byrd: Author of HOUSWIFE THEOLOGIAN: How the Gospel Interrupts the Ordinary

Books At a Glance (Fred Zaspel): How does the title Housewife Theologian sum up what you are trying to get across in your book? Aimee Byrd: One of the main premises that I am trying to communicate in my book is that every married woman is a housewife, and every person is a theologian. Whether…

D.A. Carson: Author of JESUS THE SON OF GOD (A Christological Title Often Overlooked, Sometimes misunderstood, and Currently Disputed)

Most of our readers are familiar with Dr. D.A. Carson, Research Professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and co-founder (with Tim Keller) and president of The Gospel Coalition. Recently we interviewed him concerning his recent book, Jesus the Son of God, in which he takes up the complex question, What does Scripture…

Scott Oliphint: Author of COVENANTAL APOLOGETICS

This past Summer (July, 2013) Crossway released Dr. Scott Oliphint’s Covenantal Apologetics (262 pages). Dr. Oliphint is Professor of Apologetics and Systematic Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, and we are pleased to have him tell us about his work. Books At a Glance (Fred Zaspel): Just briefly, could you please tell our readers…

John Frame: Author of SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY

John Frame’s new Systematic Theology (P&R, 2013) is a landmark event in his long publishing career, and for our first Author Interview here at Books At a Glance we were pleased to talk with him about his new work. Books At a Glance: We would like to begin on a personal note. Please tell us…