Reviews, Interviews, Authors and Books to Note Across the Web
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Christ-Centered Biblical Theology by Graeme Goldsworthy is reviewed by James Hamilton.
Four Views on the Apostle Paul ed. by Michael Bird is reviewed at Crux Sola.
Center Church by Tim Keller is reviewed by Mathew Sims.
The Bible Made Impossible by Christian Smith is reviewed by Craig Blomberg and Peter Enns gives some push back.
Charity and It’s Fruits Ed. by Kyle Strobel is reviewed by The Old Guys blog.
Reformation: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow by Carl Trueman is reviewed by Mathew Sims.
Protege: Developing Your Next Generation of Church Leaders by Steve Saccone is reviewed by Greg Dietrich.
Jesus Calling by Sarah Young is reviewed by Jesse Johnson.
Proverbs: Wisdom That Works (Preach the Word Series) by Ray Ortlund is reviewed by Kevin Fiske.
Deuteronomy by Daniel Block (NAC) is reviewed by Mathew Sims.
Are We Together?: A Protestant Analyzes Ran Catholicism by R.C. Sproul is reviewed by Tim Challies.
Talking with Mormons: An Invitation to Evangelicals by Richard Morrow is reviewed by Kevin DeYoung.
Textual Criticism of the Hebrew Bible (3rd Ed.) by Emanuel Tov is reviewed by Bob Hayton.
The Measure of Our Success: An Impassioned Plea to Pastors by Shawn Lovejoy is reviewed by Dave Jenkins.
Biblical Hebrew: A Compact Guide by Miles Van Pelt is reviewed by Abraham K-J.
Tim & Kathy Keller, authors of The Meaning of Marriage, are interviewed at TGC Women’s Conference about marriage in our culture.
Michael Haykin is interviewed about his book The Reformers and Puritans as Spiritual Mentors.
Trevin Wax interviews Jonathan Leeman about preaching.
Trevin Wax interviews N.D. Wilson on Movies, Books and the Need for an Immune System at the Truth Exchange.
Matt Smethurst interviews Peter Gentry & Stephen Wellum about their new book Kingdom Through Covenant: A Biblical-Theological Understanding of the Covenants.
Trevin Wax interviews Dan Darling on 2nd Generation Christians from his new book Real: Owning Your Christian Faith.
CredoMag interviews Vern Poythress about inerrancy from his new book Inerrancy and Worldview: Answering Modern Challenges to the Bible.
Justin Taylor interviews Kyle Strobel about his new book Charity and It’s fruits: Living in the Light of God’s Love.
Timothy Raymond interviews Brian Croft at CredoMag.
Matthew Claridge interviews Michael Reeves about his new book Delighting in the Trinity: An Introduction to the Christian Faith.
CredoMag interviews Mark Dever about his two new books The Church: The Gospel Made Visible and Preach: Theology Meets Practice (co written w/ Greg Gilbert).
A Round table Discussion with Michael Liconia on The Resurrection of Jesus: A New Historiographical Approach with Danny Akin, Craig Blomberg, Paul Copan, Michael Kruger, Michael Liconia and Charles Quarles.
1st episode of discussion on Evangelicalism with Carl Trueman, James White and Phil Johnson on No Compromise Radio.
BOOKS & RESOURCES TO NOTE:
CredoMag posts Fred Zaspel’s preface to the new book Whomever He Wills: A Surprising Display of Sovereign Mercy.
Andy Naselli highlights a new book on decision making and the will of God – How Then Should We Choose?: Three Views on God’s Will & Decision Making.
Louis McBride gives a sneak peek at a forthcoming Baker title Exploring the Religion of Ancient Israel by Aaron Chalmers.
Andy Naselli posts the 30 Suggestions for Theological Students & Young Theologians from Speaking the Truth in Love: The Theology of John Frame.
Andy Neselli highlights his new book, From Typology to Doxology.
…….And Just Because it Interests Me:
David Haines answers the question, Should A Christian Pastor or Theologian Use Philosophy?
10 Apologists You Should Invite to speak for you.
Greg Koukl on The Zeitgeist Movie & Other Myth Claims About Jesus.
Trevin Wax on why Denominations Ought to be More Like Family.