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Tag Archives: Theology
Believers, Thinkers, and Founders is an excellent book with enough scholarship to make it a formidable tool in discussions of faith in the public square, and enough simple clarity to make it accessible to those outside formal academia. Continue reading
We all need to be reminded from time to time of the radical love of God, and this book does that very well. Continue reading
While the intellectual rigor of some of the chapters may prove daunting for some, the whole of the book is an excellent primer for theological and cultural engagement for those who have the appetite. Continue reading
The prospect of standing on what I had become convinced was the most biblical view, against a sea of friends, family, and mentors who would likely think I’d lost my proverbial marbles, was daunting. Continue reading
What is the solution to the dilemmas man finds himself faced with? Everywhere one looks, one can observe man at odds with God, with himself, with other men, and with nature. Francis Schaeffer, in his book Genesis in Space and … Continue reading
INTRODUCTION In his book, Two Views on Women in Ministry, Dr. James Beck provides access to two sides of a centuries-old debate that is a hot topic in much of contemporary evangelical Christianity. This extensive volume on the topic of … Continue reading