Greetings from Books At a Glance!
Greetings from Books At Glance! We here at Books At a Glance hope that you and your family are having a truly blessed Christmas season and that as you reflect on the birth of our Saviour, your heart is filled with gratitude and praise toward our God! Now, in case you missed it, here is a review of each article from last week. Enjoy!
Weekly Book Summary:
JESUS THE SON OF GOD, by D. A. Carson
Jesus the Son of God: A Christological Title often Overlooked, Sometimes Misunderstood and Currently Disputed D.A. Carson Crossway, 2012. 117 pp. (Paperback) (Kindle)
About the Author D.A. Carson (PhD, Cambridge University) is research professor of […] Continue Reading
COME LET US REASON TOGETHER: THE UNITY OF JEWS AND GENTILES IN THE CHURCH, by Baruch Maoz
Judaism is a religion that purports to spring out of the soil of the OT but whose links to the OT are tenuous at best. It is, rather, the product of rabbinic tradition that has intruded itself between the believer and the word of God by claiming exclusive interpretive authority and by developing doctrines and practices that are non-bibl […] Continue Reading
Interview with Mark Jones (Part 2), author of ANTINOMIANISM: REFORMED THEOLOGY’S UNWELCOME GUEST?
Today we continue our interview with Mark Jones, as he talks to us about his book Antinomianism: Reformed Theology’s Unwelcome Guest? If you missed Part 1 yesterday, you can catch up here. Books At a Glance: You speak about the law in your book. Can you explain how the preaching of the law relates to the top […] Continue Reading
KINGDOM CONSPIRACY: RETURNING TO THE RADICAL MISSION OF THE CHURCH, by Scot McKnight
Second, although many will disagree with his construal of the relationship between the kingdom and the church, I separately came to the same conclusion in my study of Matthew. McKnight is right to point out the correlation between the kingdom and the church in the NT. Revelation 1:6 says “he has made us a […] Continue Reading
THE BOX: ANSWERING THE FAITH OF UNBELIEF, by Craig Biehl
The book is largely shaped around a conversation between two men – Mr. C (the Christian) and Mr. A (the atheist). The dialogue is captivating and surprisingly simple, demonstrating effectively that it is not the Christian but the atheist who denies reason. “Could it be that Christian faith is neither blind nor u […] Continue Reading
Here’s The List of Our 5 Most Popular Author-Interviews in 2014!
As we wrap-up 2014 and start 2015, we thought that we should share with you the articles that were the most popular in each category — Blogs, Author-Interviews, Book Reviews, and Book Summaries. We’ll be sending out the top 5 for each category […] Continue Reading
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