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Books at a Glance – May 7, 2016

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This week, let’s redeem science! Vern Poythress tries to redeem it by bringing it under the Lordship of Christ, and we’ve summarized his work for you. We provided a substantive argument from Hans Madueme that Adam’s headship of all humanity is necessary if we are to accept the rest of Scripture. After checking those out, enjoy the rest!

Book Summary:

REDEEMING SCIENCE: A GOD-CENTERED APPROACH, by Vern S. Poythress

A Brief Book Summary from Books at a Glance About the Author Vern Poythress is professor of New Testament interpretation at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, where he has taught for over twenty-five years. He holds degrees in New Testament,…

Author Interview:

Interview with Tim Challies, author of DO MORE BETTER: A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO PRODUCTIVITY

Hi! This is Fred Zaspel, editor at Books At a Glance, and today we are talking to Tim Challies – popular blogger and author of the new book, Do More Better: A Practical Guide to Productivity. It’s not the kind…

Book Review:

HOSEA (TWO HORIZONS COMMENTARY), by Bo H. Kim and Daniel Castelo

Reviewed by Cooper Smith Introduction Many find the opening chapters of Hosea compelling given the prophet’s tumultuous relationship with Gomer and the sign-acts related to their children’s names. However, the poetry of the remaining chapters with its complex grammar and…

Our Blog:

Adam Revisited: First Man or One of Many? Guest Blog by Hans Madueme

Editor’s Note:  Today’s blog is in response to an inquiry from one of our readers. The question was, given the historicity of Adam, whether Scripture demands that we understand him as the biological father of all humanity. The reader…

 

 

Our Blog:

POSSESSED BY GOD: A NEW TESTAMENT THEOLOGY OF SANCTIFICATION AND HOLINESS, by David Peterson

It has been about twenty years since I first read this book (I have the original 1995 edition – the first in Carson’s New Studies in Biblical Theology series), and reading it again now has only reinforced my high estimation…
I WILL LIFT MY EYES UNTO THE HILLS: LEARNING FROM THE GREAT PRAYERS OF THE OLD TESTAMENT, by Walter C. Kaiser, Jr.

Walter Kaiser needs no introduction to students of the Old Testament, and his concern not just for understanding Old Testament rightly but also for preaching it faithfully is long evident in his work. In this new book he turns his…
~ The Books At a Glance Team

 

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