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Check out your weekly summary on engaging with the Holy Spirit, as well as our other resources, including two interesting books, one suggesting the NT is not very necessary, and the other discussing whether Adam existed.
It’s probably not too strong to say John Frame’s History of Western Philosophy and Theology is a landmark, not only for his own career, but also for Christian philosophy in general. His nearly 1,000 page tome covers both philosophy and theology from a distinctive perspective that is characterized by his careful scholarship. Check it out below.
Similarly important is Vanhoozer’s and Strachan’s new book advocating for the lost vision of the pastor scholar, as well as Richard Phillip’s new edited book on the historical Adam.
Engaging with the Holy Spirit: Real Questions, Practical Answers Graham A. Cole Crossway, 2008 128 pages
A Brief Book Summary from Books At a Glance About the Author Graham A. Cole is Anglica […]Continue Reading
The contemporary age is one of information and ideas. Fragments of philosophy and theology are tossed about on the internet like so much flotsam waiting to wash up on the nearest shore to be viewed, collected, or cast back onto the water. Social media enables ready access to a potpourri of concepts united only by the medium on which the […]Continue Reading
We have all heard by now that Adam is in the dock. Each generation seems to have its own theological issues, and this is ours: Did Adam really exist? The 2013 Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology took up this question, but not merely to provide a positive answer. The speakers all affirmed the historical Adam, of course, but […] Continue Reading
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