Weekly Recap Dec. 16

Published on December 16, 2017 by Joshua R Monroe

Take a close look at all of our Book Notices this week. Each book could arrive before Christmas if you order them soon! Also, we’ve begun a running bibliography of the current discussion of Divine Simplicity sparked by James Dolezal’s book.

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Divine Simplicity: A Bibliography of Reviews of and Responses to Reviews of James Dolezal's ALL THAT IS IN GOD: EVANGELICAL THEOLOGY AND THE CHALLENGE OF CLASSICAL CHRISTIAN THEISM

Introduction James Dolezal, Assistant Professor in Cairn University’s School of Divinity, published a previous work on this area of theology, God without Parts: Divine Simplicity and the Metaphysics of God’s Absoluteness (Eugene, OR: Pickwick, 2011), his 2011 Ph.D. dissertation at…

Book Notice: ESV SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY STUDY BIBLE, by Crossway

Theology should, first and foremost, be rooted in God’s Word. The goal of the ESV Systematic Theology Study Bible is to demonstrate how all Christian doctrine arises from the pages of the Bible. Created to help readers understand how Scripture forms the…

Book Notice: THE UNIFIED OPERATIONS OF THE HUMAN SOUL: JONATHAN EDWARD'S THEOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY AND APOLOGETIC, by Jeffrey C. Waddington

This book endeavors to examine and critically assess the theological anthropology of Jonathan Edwards with a view to considering how this anthropology coheres with his apologetic methodology. Specifically, the question has been raised whether Edwards' doctrine of man is consistent…

Book Notice: KARL MARX (Great Thinkers), by William D. Dennison

Karl Marx is the most influential political philosopher of the past 150 years. Understanding him is essential to understanding post-WWII Europe, American foreign policy, contemporary China and North Korea, and much of the rhetoric in today's colleges and political circles…

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