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Books at a Glance – June 18, 2016

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This week we interviewed Benjamin L. Gladd and Matthew S. Harmon on their new book which explores how an inaugurated eschatology should influence the Christian’s everyday experience. We also summarized Andreas Köstenberger and Michael Kruger on their important book The Heresy of Orthodoxy. Make sure to check out these and our other posts.

Book Summary:

THE HERESY OF ORTHODOXY: HOW CONTEMPORARY CULTURE’S FASCINATION WITH DIVERSITY HAS RESHAPED OUR UNDERSTANDING OF EARLY CHRISTIANITY, by Andreas J. Kostenberger and Michael J. Kruger

A Brief Book Summary from Books At a Glance Author Notes Andreas J. Köstenberger is senior professor of New Testament at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and a prolific author. Michael J. Kruger is President and professor of New Testament at…

Book Review:

THIS STRANGE AND SACRED SCRIPTURE: WRESTLING WITH THE OLD TESTAMENT AND ITS ODDITIES, by Matthew Richard Schlimm

Reviewed by Brandon Myers Summary How should Christians approach and understand the Old Testament? Not only have there been thousands of years of separation from when the ancient text was written to today, there are massive cultural gaps, laws that…

Author Interview:

Interview with Benjamin L. Gladd and Matthew S. Harmon, authors of MAKING ALL THINGS NEW: INAUGURATED ESCHATOLOGY FOR THE LIFE OF THE CHURCH

Eschatology – the study of last things – seems always a hot topic of interest. But what does it have to do with life today and church and ministry? Hi, I’m Fred Zaspel, editor here at Books At a Glance,…

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Are You Living Blind to One of Your Greatest Enemies?

A guest blog by Brad Bigney What am I talking about?  Idolatry. Yes, idolatry.  So why do we live blind to it so often?  Here’s why: idolatry doesn’t operate out in the open; that’s not how it happens. It’s elusive…

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