Recently at Books at a Glance
Plenty of new material to see this week! Our summary of Scott Christensen’s book about free will and our interview with Gloria Furman on her new book are of note. Make sure not to miss out on K. Scott Oliphint’s explanation about the covenantal nature of apologetics!
Interview with Gloria Furman, author of MISSIONAL MOTHERHOOD: THE EVERYDAY MINISTRY OF MOTHERHOOD IN THE GRAND PLAN OF GOD
Okay, we’ve all heard about being missional, and we all know at least something about motherhood. But have you thought about missional motherhood? That’s our topic of conversation today. Greetings! I’m Fred Zaspel, executive editor here at Books At a…
BIBLE, GENDER, SEXUALITY: REFRAMING THE CHURCH’S DEBATE ON SAME-SEX RELATIONSHIPS, by James Brownson
Reviewed by Gene Haas James Brownson’s recent book, Bible, Gender, Sexuality: Reframing the Church’s Debate on Same-Sex Relationships, joins the list of revisionist works on the topic of same-sex relations (SSR), extending back to D. Sherwin Bailey’s Homosexuality and the Western…
What’s So “Covenantal” About Apologetics?
Guest Blog by K. Scott Oliphint First on the list of questions I am asked about apologetics is why I prefer the term “covenantal.” Let me first say that the term has nothing to do with a change of apologetic…
REFORMATION READINGS OF PAUL: EXPLORATIONS IN HISTORY AND EXEGESIS, edited by Michael Allen and Jonathan A. Linebaugh
It’s no secret that the Protestant Reformers of the 16th century had a particular interest in the apostle Paul. They shared full agreement with the church fathers in matters pertaining to the person and natures of Christ, for which, for…
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