Weekly Recap, Sept. 8
This week, we helped you go back to school with our book notice of Crossway’s Student’s Guides to Christian Thinking.
Weekly Recap, Sept. 1
We posted what should be our final update to the Trinity Debate Bibliography, so if you’ve been waiting to catch up on the discussion, it’s all here.
Book Notice: THEOLOGICAL ENGLISH: AN ADVANCED ESL TEST FOR STUDENTS OF THEOLOGY, by Pierce Taylor Hibbs and Megan Reiley
A Brief Book Notice from Books at a Glance Are you a non-native English speaker who plans to study theology in English at an advanced level? With thirty lessons covering the major genres of theology (apologetics, biblical studies, church history,…
THE TRINITY DEBATE BIBLIOGRAPHY: THE COMPLETE LIST
The 2016 Trinity Debate: A Bibliography Is it Okay to Teach a Complementarianism Based on Eternal Subordination?** Compiled by Jack Jeffery Updated August 21, 2018 A bibliography of articles and posts in the current debate (began 3 JUN 2016) concerning the…
Weekly Recap, Aug. 25
This week we focused a bit on restoration, both in the arts and in Christian Higher Education; we also had a guest interviewer in Dr. Mark Coppenger.
Book Notice: BASICS OF GREEK ACCENTS: EIGHT LESSONS WITH EXERCISES, by John A. L. Lee
A Brief Book Notice from Books At a Glance Fred Zaspel Herbert Youtie warns Greek students, “Make sure of your accents at all times. Nothing so quickly repels a Greek scholar as false accents.” Well, you may not feel…
Weekly Recap, Aug. 18
Two great reviews this week, both on resources for children; also a great summary on a work concerning Barth.
Book Notice: REVELATION 20 AND THE MILLENNIAL DEBATE, by Matthew Waymeyer
A Brief Book Notice from Books At a Glance By Fred Zaspel If you are amillennial or postmillennial you may not enjoy this book, but you will want to read it. In succinct outline form Waymeyer provides a crisp…
Weekly Recap, Aug. 11
With so many going back to school this week, perhaps the house will be quiet enough for you to enjoy one of these titles.
Book Notice: CRUCIAL QUESTIONS ABOUT THE KINGDOM OF GOD, by George E. Ladd
A Brief Book Notice from Books At a Glance By Fred Zaspel This book goes back a few years – decades – but having just read through it again I am reminded of what an important book it was…
Weekly Recap, Aug. 4
As we turn the corner into August, get ready for your own trip back to school with some of these selections.
Book Notice: MICAH (TWO HORIZONS OLD TESTAMENT COMMENTARY), by Stephen G. Dempster
A Brief Book Notice from Books At a Glance By Fred Zaspel Since reading his landmark Dominion and Dynasty Stephen Dempster has been one of my favorite Old Testament scholars, and so when I saw his new Micah commentary…
Weekly Recap, July 28
Apologetics, human choice and contingency a la Richard Muller, a bit of evolution, and a look at life during the time of the Scriptures.
THE BAKER ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO EVERYDAY LIFE IN BIBLE TIMES, by John A. Beck
What was life really like in Bible times? When we read the Bible, we encounter many manners and customs from the ancient world that the first readers of the Scriptures would have been familiar with. But being so far…
Book Notice: PROCESS AND PROVIDENCE: THE EVOLUTION QUESTION AT PRINCETON, 1845-1929, by Bradley J. Gundlach
A Brief Book Notice from Books At a Glance By Fred G. Zaspel I don’t know how I missed the publication of this book, but somehow I never noticed it until just recently. During my own research on Warfield…
Weekly Recap, July 21
Spiritual disciplines, theistic evolution, and eschatology top this week’s topics.
Book Notice: A NEW TESTAMENT BIBLICAL THEOLOGY: THE UNFOLDING OF THE OLD TESTAMENT IN THE NEW, by Gregory Beale
A Brief Book Notice from Books At a Glance By Fred Zaspel Okay, normal people don’t generally pick up a 1,000-page book just to read through. And if they are to attempt such a feat, the book must promise…
Book Notice: 40 QUESTIONS ABOUT THE END TIMES, by Eckhard Schnabel
A Brief Book Notice from Books At a Glance By Fred Zaspel Okay, this side of the return of Christ, at least, no one will ever write a book on eschatology that will entirely please everyone else. There are…