The great preacher once said, “Of the writing of books there is no end” (Eccl 12:12). This is no more evident than in the case of commentaries. Given the sheer volume of commentaries that have been written since the days of the early church, it would seem hard to justify a new commentary—let alone a … Continue reading Review of the ESV Expository Commentary – Volume 4
Mark Vroegop's Weep with Me argues that Biblical lament provides a language for racial reconciliation to Christians from minority and majority cultures.
God on the Brain is a clear and careful analysis of the cognitive sciences within a Biblical worldview. There is much for which to praise God but no challenge to Christian faith.
Nicaea and Its Legacy is a valuable contribution to our understanding of the debates in the 4th century. However, its constructive proposal follows some of the most unhelpful trends in contemporary theology.
Frances Young has provided an invaluable introduction to 4th and 5th-century theology from which both graduate students and beginners will benefit.