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Books at a Glance – Weekly Summary – Oct 9, 2015

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Your summary for this week is another C. S. Lewis throwback: The Problem of Pain. This classic work deserves to be read by all Christians to help them think about this vexing problem. But if you don’t have time, you can read or listen to our summary. Ironically, we also reviewed a book called The Problem of Good–just to make sure we have the full spectrum of problems covered.

Book Summary:

THE PROBLEM OF PAIN, by C. S. Lewis

The Problem of Pain By C. S. Lewis Harper Collins, 2009 178 pages

A Brief Book Summary from Books At a Glance   About the Author C. S. Lewis was one of the most influential writ […] Continue Reading

 

 

 

Book Review:

Review of THE PROBLEM OF GOOD: WHEN THE WORLD SEEMS FINE WITHOUT GOD, edited by D. Marion Clark

With the increasing attention it is receiving the doctrine of common grace seems to be coming of age in our day. It’s a delightful doctrine, reminding us that despite human sin God’s purpose to bless his creation has not been repealed. It points us to the many displays of his kindness to all humanity, even unbelievers &ndash […] Continue Reading

 

 

Our Blog:

THOUGHTS ON PREACHING AND PASTORAL MINISTRY: LESSONS FROM THE LIFE AND WRITINGS OF JAMES W. ALEXANDER, by James M. Garretson

Though today James Waddel Alexander is somewhat lesser known among the many ornaments that adorned Old Princeton, he was recognized in his own day as a model of that Old Princeton ideal of combined learning and piety. And thanks to Jim Garretson his story – long overdue – is being retold. J.W. Alexander was the son of […]Continue Reading

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