Written by G. Ernest Wright, The Old Testament and Theology was published by Harper & Row in 1969 and explores the relationship that exists – and it most certainly does exist – between the Old Testament (OT) and the New Testament (NT). This relationship can be appreciated in the depth of theological thought that is … Continue reading The Old Testament and Theology
Written by Nancy Pearcey and published by Crossway Books in 2004, Total Truth: Liberating Christianity from Its Cultural Captivity is part history, part philosophy, and part religious consideration. Pearcey constructs a well written, easy to read apology on the overall effects of scientific and philosophical models on the whole of human epistemology, and Christian thought … Continue reading Total Truth: Liberating Christianity from Its Cultural Captivity
In The Story of Christianity, Volume II, Justo L. González continues to chronicle Christianity, but where his first volume covers 1500 years in 490 pages, the second volume takes slightly longer to cover a shorter period of time – a testament to the diversity and complexity of the story of God’s people as it continues … Continue reading The Story of Christianity, Volume II: The Reformation to the Present Day
Evening! This will be likely be the first of many book reviews - if I can keep up with this blog thing! Right now, while in school, I'm typically required to write a review of the assigned texts, but I hope to add other books as I read them. So, here's the first review about the … Continue reading The Story of Christianity, Volume I: The Early Church to the Reformation.