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Interview with Tom Schreiner on Sola Fide

Welcome again to Books At a Glance! I’m Fred Zaspel, and we’re continuing our series of brief discussions highlighting the leading features of the Protestant Reformation in this its 500th anniversary year. Today we’re talking to Dr. Tom Schreiner about another of the Reformation slogans, sola fide, faith alone. Among the many excellent books Dr.…

Interview with William Vandoodewaard on The Dutch Reformation

Welcome again to Books At a Glance as we continue our brief discussions tracking out the Protestant Reformation of the sixteenth century. I’m Fred Zaspel, and today we are talking to Dr. William Vandoodewaard of Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary—our topic: the Dutch Reformation. Bill, welcome! And thanks for talking to us. Vandoodewaard: It’s great to…

Interview with Dr. Andre Gazal on William Tyndale

Greetings! I’m Fred Zaspel, executive editor here at Books At a Glance, and today we continue our discussion with Dr. Andre Gazal about the English Reformation. Andre, welcome back! Gazal: Thank you, Fred; good to be back with you again.   Zaspel: Today we want to talk about William Tyndale. First, maybe you could just…

Interview with Carl Trueman, author of GRACE ALONE–SALVATION AS A GIFT OF GOD: WHAT THE REFORMERS TAUGHT... AND WHY IT STILL MATTERS

“Grace alone!” Few words are more important or more precious to the gospel and to the Christian. That’s the title of the new book by Carl Trueman: Grace Alone—Salvation as a Gift of God: What the Reformers Taught…and Why It Still Matters. Hi, I’m Fred Zaspel, Executive Editor here at Books At a Glance. Dr.…

Interview with Stephen J. Nichols, President of Reformation Bible College, on the Spread of the Reformation in Europe

Welcome to Books At a Glance as we continue our brief discussions about the Protestant Reformation of the sixteenth century. I’m Fred Zaspel, and we have with us again Dr. Stephen Nichols, President of Reformation Bible College and the well-known author of many books on Church History. Today we talk about the Spread of the…

Interview with Tom Holland, author of TOM WRIGHT AND THE SEARCH FOR TRUTH: A THEOLOGICAL EVALUATION

Very few writers attain the popularity and influence of N.T. Wright, and yet with the various areas of concern that have surrounded him it was inevitable that someone would write to provide an overall critique. Tom Holland is the most recent and I think the most comprehensive in his overall evaluation of Wright’s work. I’m…

Interview with Dr. Andre Gazal on The English Reformation

The Reformation in England is a massively important chapter in the history of the Christian church, and a fascinating one at that. Hi, I’m Fred Zaspel, editor of Books At a Glance, and today we continue our brief discussions with church historians tracking and highlighting the story of the sixteenth century Reformation. Dr. Andre Gazal…

Interview with Stephen J. Nichols, President of Reformation Bible College, on John Knox and the Scottish Reformation

Welcome back to Books At a Glance as we continue our brief discussions tracking out the big picture of the Protestant Reformation. I’m Fred Zaspel here with Steve Nichols again talking this time about John Knox and the Scottish Reformation. Who was John Knox? And how is he important for the Scottish Reformation and the…

Interview with Stephen J. Wellum, author of CHRIST ALONE – THE UNIQUENESS OF JESUS AS SAVIOR: WHAT THE REFORMERS TAUGHT. . .AND WHY IT STILL MATTERS

It would be difficult indeed to find a topic more vital to the gospel than the topic taken up in this book: Christ Alone—The Uniqueness of Jesus as Savior. I’m Fred Zaspel, executive editor here at Books At a Glance, and today we are talking to the author of this important new book, Dr. Stephen…

Interview with Michael A.G. Haykin on The Huguenots

Hi, I’m Fred Zaspel, editor here at Books At a Glance. Dr. Michael Haykin is with us again tracking out the French Reformation in large strokes. Today we focus on the French Huguenots. Michael, who were the Huguenots? Haykin: The Huguenots were those who embraced the Gospel in France. In the early years, they would…

Interview with Matthew Barrett, author of GOD'S WORD ALONE: THE AUTHORITY OF SCRIPTURE

Hi, I’m Fred Zaspel, and welcome back to Books At a Glance! We’re continuing to track out the Protestant Reformation in bite-size pieces, and today we begin talking about the “solas” of the Reformation – slogans that have become a kind of summary of the leading themes of the Reformers. First, we’ll take up sola…

Interview with Andrew T. Walker, author of GOD AND THE TRANSGENDER DEBATE

It’s a topic relatively few Christians across the centuries have been asked to address, but it’s one of the leading issues of our day. God and the Transgender Debate. I’m Fred Zaspel with Books At a Glance, and we’re talking today to Andrew Walker, author of the book by that title – God and the…

Interview with Dr. David Hall on John Calvin and the Reformation of the Church

Welcome again to Books At a Glance. I’m Fred Zaspel, and we’re talking one more time with Dr. David Hall about the Protestant Reformation – this time John Calvin and Church maturity. David, welcome back—it’s been great to have you with us, and we appreciate your input. David Hall: It’s been fun, thank you.  …

Interview with Dr. David Hall on John Calvin and Family

Welcome again to Books At a Glance as we track out the Protestant Reformation and its influence in various areas. I’m Fred Zaspel, and Dr. David Hall joins us again today to talk about John Calvin and the Reformation of the Family. David, welcome—great to have you back. David Hall: Thank you.   Zaspel: What…

Interview with Dr. David Hall on John Calvin and Commerce

Welcome again to Books At a Glance! I’m Fred Zaspel, and we’re continuing our discussions on the Protestant Reformation. Today we begin talking about John Calvin’s influence in various dimensions. Dr. David Hall is a specialist in Calvin studies, and he’s with us again today. David, where and what did Calvin teach about business, economics,…

Interview with Dr. David Hall on John Calvin and Politics

Did you know that the Protestant Reformation – and John Calvin in particular – had a sizable impact on government and politics also, and not just theology? Welcome back to Books At a Glance! I’m Fred Zaspel, and we’re talking again with Dr. David Hall, and this is the question we’ll take up today. David,…