Greetings from Books At a Glance!
Our summary this week is Friedrich Hayek’s Road to Serfdom, which has sold over 350,000 and has important implications for Christian ethical thought. We also featured essays in honor of Doug Moo, Carson’s overview of the biblical storyline, Schreiner’s new book on justification, and a work on business, vocation, and calling. What a week! You can also find 40+ books on sale for under $3 this week.
The Road to Serfdom: Text and Documents Friedrich A. Hayek Edited by Bruce Caldwell 1945; reprint, University of Chicago Press, 2007 283 pages (Paperback) (Kindle) Members click here for Audio
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This Festschrift for Doug Moo is a delightful collection of sixteen short essays by evangelical scholars on different aspects of Paul’s letters and theology. It opens with a brief biography of Moo written by his former student Dane Ortlund, and it closes with a bibliography of Moo’s publications. One can see f […] Continue Reading
Hi! This is Fred Zaspel with Books at a Glance. Today we’re talking to Dr. Tom Schreiner about his new book, Faith Alone: The Doctrine of Justification—What the Reformers Taught and Why It Still Matters. Dr. Schreiner is a friend of us here at Books at a Glance. He serves on our Board of Reference. He is Professor of New Tes […] Continue Reading
If you still haven’t read this you really need to catch up! It’s not often you can find a single book that provides a well-informed yet entry level introduction to the Christian faith in a way that traces the story of redemption through the Bible. But this book does it. Here well-known preacher-scholar-theologian D.A. C […] Continue Reading
For people in the workplace, there is a great deal to learn from Joseph in the book of Genesis. He spent time both at the top and at the bottom-as a leader and as a slave in Egypt. In this new book about faith and work, author Albert M. Erisman shares lessons learned from the frontlines of business, government, and education, and h […] Continue Reading
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