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REVIEWS:

The Explicit Gospel by Matt Chandler is reviewed by Aaron Armstrong and Dave Jenkins.

Gospel Centered Discipleship by Jonathan Dodson is reviewed by Grace For Sinners blog.

Reformer of Basel: The Life, thought, and Influence of Johannes Oecolampadius by Diane Poythress is reviewed by Doug Wilson.

The Last Enemy by Michael Wittmer is reviewed by Tim Challies.

What Do You Think of Me? Why Do I Case?  Answers to the Big Questions in Life by Ed Welch is reviewed by Dave Jenkins at Servants of Grace.

Real Marriage by Mark Driscoll is reviewed at Christians in Context.

We Believe in One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church (Ancient Christian Doctrine) ed. by Angelo Berardino is reviewed by Brad Kelly at Sharperiron.org.

INTERVIEWS:

Bruce Ware is interviewed by David Crabb about gender issues, fundamentalism & evangelicalism and contemporary issues.

Matt Chandler is interviewed by Trevin Wax about his book the Explicit Gospel.

Tim Keller is interviewed by Eric Metaxas.

AUTHOR HIGHLIGHTS:

Aaron Armstrong  quotes a section from D.A. Carson’s new book The Intolerance of Tolerance on Intolerance, Tolerance and the Implausibility of Opposing Views.

Justin Buzzard lists the endorsements for his forthcoming book Date Your Wife.

Christian Focus Booknotes highlights Colin S. Smith author of the recent book Jonah: Navigating a God-Centered Life.

In honor of Roger Nicole, RTS in Orlando, FL has opened The Nicole Institute of Baptist Studies. (HT:JT) See Standing Forth: Collected Writings of Roger Nicole for some of Nicole’s works and Speaking the Truth in Love: Life & Legacy of Roger Nicole as a book in his honor.

Thabiti Anyabwile lectures on the question of Can We Trust the Theology of a Slave Owner?

Con Campbell discusses the study of ancient Greek which he addresses in his book the Basics of Verbal Aspect in Biblical Greek.

Christian Focus Booknotes has the 2nd installment of Culver’s Theology Corner in which the discussion continues on The Origin and Unity of Mankind by Creation.

BOOKS & RESOURCES TO NOTE:

40 Questions About the End Times by Eckhard Schnabel is highlighted by James Hamilton author of Revelation.

The Evangelical Christian Publishers Association announces the finalists for the 2012 Christian Books Awards. (HT:K)

Mapping Modern Theology: A Thematic  Historical Introduction ed by Kelly Kapic & Bruce McCormack is highlighted by Louis McBride.

Andrew Rogers highlights the forthcoming book Contagious Generosity  by Chris Willard & Jim Sheppard.

Intermediate Biblical Hebrew by Andrew Steinmann is recommended by James Hamilton.

James Hamilton highlights Crossway’s Hebrew-English Old Testament (BHS & ESV) and 3 other ESV Bibles for study use.

Justin Taylor notes the Four Guideposts to Interpreting the Song of Solomon discussed by Doug O’Donnell author of the recent book The Beginning and End of Wisdom: Preaching Christ from the First and Last Chapters of Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Job.

At Credo Mag.com Elizabeth Barrett highlights several books as Easter Resources for Families.

Justin Taylor highlights the recent book Understanding Scripture: An Overview of the Bible’s Origin, Reliability, and Meaning ed. by Grudem, Schreiner & Collins.

Ligonier Ministries announces their new podcast Renewing Your Mind Minute.

Peter Enns gives a preview of a forthcoming book on, you guessed it, Genesis for Normal People co written with Jared Byas.

Paul Tautges suggests 8 New Discipleship Counseling Booklets.

Michael Kruger’s (author of Canon Revisited from Crossway) wife has written a book titled The Envy of Eve.

…….And Just Because it Interests Me:

At re:Fundamentals Rey shows How To Read An E-Bible For Studying.

At TGC Dave Wright gives a Brief History of Youth Ministry.

Michael Wittmer discusses the Evolution of Death.

Thom S. Rainer lists Seven New Trends in the Pastor Search Process.

Peter Enns discusses You and I Have a Different God, I Think.