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Books at a Glance August 14, 2015

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If you haven’t seen this new series from Crossway yet with Goldsworthy’s volume on the Son of God and the New Creation, make sure you check it out, or read our summary! There are too many resources to name from this week, so take a glance below.

Book Summary
Saturate: Being Disciples of Jesus in the Everyday Stuff of Life

SATURATE: BEING DISCIPLES OF JESUS IN THE EVERYDAY STUFF OF LIFE, by Jeff Vanderstelt

Saturate: Being Disciples of Jesus in the Everyday Stuff of Life Jeff Vanderstelt Crossway, 2015 233 pages (Paperback) (Kindle) A Book Summary from Books At a Glance. About the Au […] Continue Reading

Book Reviews
Genesis: History, Fiction, or Neither?

GENESIS: HISTORY, FICTION, OR NEITHER? THREE VIEWS ON THE BIBLE’S EARLIEST CHAPTERS, by James Hoffmeier, Gordon Wenham, and Kenton Sparks

The Zondervan Counterpoints series offers readers a valuable resource for evaluating difficult passages and subjects. The strength of the series is that each position is argued by a scholar who is committed to it. This avoids straw-man arguments or one author attempting to fairly represent various positions. In Genesis: History, Fi […] Continue Reading

Dignity and Destiny

DIGNITY AND DESTINY: HUMANITY IN THE IMAGE OF GOD, by John Kilner

Misconceptions about what it truly means to be created in the imago Dei, or image of God, abound. Though this doctrine is a central tenet of Judeo-Christian theology, it is pierced with gross misinterpretations and misapplications. The doctrine has been applied callously throughout history to wreak havoc on individuals. In his book […] Continue Reading

Author Interview
Carl Biehl

Interview with Craig Biehl, author of THE INFINITE MERIT OF CHRIST: THE GLORY OF CHRIST’S OBEDIENCE IN THE THEOLOGY OF JONATHAN EDWARDS

Jonathan Edwards (1703-58) has remained a figure of towering significance in historical theology, but his influence has surged again in recent years – and for good reason. Our friend Dr. Craig Biehl is an avid student of Edwards, and he’s with us today to talk about his very timely work, The Infinite Merit of Chris […] Continue Reading

Blog
Chance and the Sovereignty of God

Concluding Excerpt from CHANCE AND THE SOVEREIGNTY OF GOD: A GOD-CENTERED APPROACH TO PROBABILITY AND RANDOM EVENTS, by Vern Poythress

Every day in our lives, we live in the midst of regularities on which we depend. The sun rises. Our hearts beat. We breathe air. The cells in our body maintain defenses against infection. Our stomachs and intestines digest food. Our phones function. We are relying on God, who governs the world by his faithfulness, in accordance with his […] Continue Reading

Gospel of Glory

GOSPEL OF GLORY: MAJOR THEMES IN JOHANNINE THEOLOGY, by Richard Bauckham

The distinctiveness of John’s Gospel has been recognized by Christians since the beginning, and its various emphases and theological themes have been eagerly explored. In his new Gospel of Glory noted New Testament scholar Richard Bauckham (senior scholar at Ridley Hall, Cambridge) explores some neglected and some d […] Continue Reading

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