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BAAG 2017: Feb 4, ’17

 

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This week we several new reviews and summaries for you.

Book Summary:

A Brief Book Summary from Books at a Glance. Author Notes: Oliver D. Crisp (Ph.D., King’s College, University of London) is professor of systematic theology at Fuller Theological Seminary. He has also taught at the University of Bristol, the…

Author Interview:

Greetings! I’m Fred Zaspel, executive editor here a Books At a Glance, and today we want to continue our conversation with David Garner, professor of systematic theology at Westminster Theological Seminary here in Philadelphia, and the author of the new…

Our Blog:

This book is classic, and my recent re-read of it reminded both of the value of the book itself and of Young’s model Christian scholarship. It is of course one of those “essential” books on the doctrine of inspiration. And…

Book Review:

Reviewed by Robert Plummer. In A Syntax Guide for Readers of the Greek New Testament, Charles Lee Irons provides brief grammatical observations in canonical order on the text of the New Testament. One might think of this book as a somewhat…

Reviewed by Jason Pang. Introduction & Overview: There are many complex issues revolving around the New Testament use of the Old Testament and major discussion of it can easily be relegated to the world of academia, disconnected…

Reviewed by Fred G. Zaspel. The two leading mysteries of the Christian faith – the tri-unity of God and the incarnation and two natures of Christ – present unique conceptual challenges that stretch our thinking to the limit ……

~ The Books At a Glance Team

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