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Books at a Glance August 31, 2015

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This week our summary covered Did God Really Say?, which defends the orthodox doctrine of Scripture from recent challenges. Check out anything else you missed as well, from the state of the church in China to a concise biblical theology of the covenants. There are also lots more book deals to check out here.

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Did God Really Say? David B. Garner

Summary of DID GOD REALLY SAY? AFFIRMING THE TRUTHFULNESS AND TRUSTWORTHINESS OF SCRIPTURE, edited by David Garner

Did God Really Say? Affirming the Truthfulness and Trustworthiness of Scripture David B. Garner (ed.) P&R, 2012 208 pages (Paperback) (Kindle) Members click here for Audio

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Book Reviews
Simply God

SIMPLY GOD: RECOVERING THE CLASSICAL TRINITY, by Peter Sanlon

Who is God and how do we speak of Him? Peter Sanlon has written what is essentially an introduction to classical Christian theism. He notes that his goal in the book is “to interpret classical Augustinian Christianity afresh” (p. 18). It is a great read: a contemporary Augustinian account of classical Christian theism. Cha [… ] Continue Reading

God's Kingdom Through God's Covenants

GOD’S KINGDOM THROUGH GOD’S COVENANTS: A CONCISE BIBLICAL THEOLOGY, by Peter J. Gentry and Stephen J. Wellum

The thesis that biblical revelation hinges on a succession of historical covenants is not new, but just how that successive revelation is to be understood and how those covenants relate to each other, of course, remains a point of debate that results in our differing hermeneutical and theological systems. SBTS professors Peter Gent [… ] Continue Reading

Author Interview
Peter Liethart

Interview with Peter Leithart, author of TRACES OF THE TRINITY: SIGNS OF GOD IN CREATION AND HUMAN EXPERIENCE

Peter Leithart’s Traces of the Trinity is an unusual book – probably unlike any you’ve read. Can you explain the doctrine of “perichoresis”? Have you even heard of it? Do you think you can see reflections of it in the created order? That is what Lethart’s unusual book is all a [… ] Continue Reading

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China's Reforming Churches

CHINA’S REFORMING CHURCHES: MISSION, POLITY, AND MINISTRY IN THE NEXT GENERATION, ed. Bruce Baugus

China’s Reforming Churches: Mission, Polity, and Ministry in the Next Christendom Bruce P. Baugus (ed.) Reformation Heritage Books, 2014 320 pages (Paperback) (Kindle) [… ] Continue Reading

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