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Books at a Glance – Feb 6, 2016

 

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Read or listen to our weekly summary on The Paul Debate, in which NT Wright summarizes and interacts with the most current issues in Pauline studies. Browse through the rest of our material this week, it’s great as always!

Book Summary:
THE PAUL DEBATE: CRITICAL QUESTIONS FOR UNDERSTANDING THE APOSTLE, by N. T. Wright

The Paul Debate: Critical Questions for Understanding the Apostle N.T. Wright Baylor University Press, 2015 110 pages    (Hardcover)       (Kindle)   Members click here for Audio

A Brief Book Summary from Books At a Glance    About the Author […] Continue Reading

 

 


Book Review:
Review of WRESTLING THE ANGEL: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MORMON THOUGHT: COSMOS, GOD, HUMANITY

Wrestling the Angel: The Foundations of Mormon Thought by Terryl L. Givens is the first of two volumes that explore the historical development and contemporary status of Mormon belief and practice. Despite the author’s preface that Wrestling is “not a work of either systematic or historical theology per se (ix […] Continue Reading

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Adding to his numerous articles on the book of Job as well as other scholarly monographs, Lindsay Wilson, academic dean and senior lecturer in Old Testament at Ridley Melbourne Mission and College in Australia, has written a valuable commentary on the book of Job. This commentary is a part of the Two Horizons Old Testament Commentary Se […] Continue Reading

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Author Interview:
Interview with Bradley G. Green, author of COVENANT AND COMMANDMENT: WORKS, OBEDIENCE AND FAITHFULNESS IN THE CHRISTIAN LIFE

Brad Green (Associate Professor of Christian Thought and Tradition at Union University and Review Editor for Systematic Theology here at Books At a Glance) has made the latest addition to the famous New Studies in Biblical Theology series edited by D.A. Carson. His Covenant and Commandment treats a question that is h […] Continue Reading

 

 


Our Blog:
THE LAW ABOVE THE LAW, by John Warwick Montgomery

Over one hundred years ago – before Watergate, junk bonds, Enron, or the Great Financial Crisis – the Supreme Court of the United States declared, “The foundation of a republic is the virtue of its citizens. As the foundation is undermined, the structure is weakened. When it is destroyed, the fabric must fall.&r […] Continue Reading

 

 

 


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