Tag: Book Reviews

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Reviewing Jonathan Leeman’s “Political Church” Pt. 2

Other posts in the series: Part 1 of Minich’s Review Leeman’s Response 3 Ecclesiology Questions Joint Statements Here is part two of Joseph Minich’s review of Political Church by Jonathan Leeman. I will not say any more lest multiple friends mock me...

/ June 15, 2016
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Reviewing Jonathan Leeman’s “Political Church” Pt 1

Other Posts in the Series: Part 2 of Minich’s Review Leeman’s Response 3 Ecclesiology Questions Joint Statements A few months ago I asked my friend Joseph Minich if he’d be kind enough to review Jonathan Leeman’s Political Church for us. He...

/ June 13, 2016
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Reviewing “The Faith of Christopher Hitchens”

I’m pleased to publish this guest post by Samuel D. James. You can learn more about him in his bio at the end of this post. Larry Taunton, The Faith of Christopher Hitchens: The Restless Soul of the World’s Most...

/ April 7, 2016
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A Review of Theology as Discipleship by Keith Johnson

I’m pleased to publish this review by Joshua S. Hill of Keith L. Johnson’s new book Theology as Discipleship. Following the release of The Pastor Theologian by Gerald Hiestand and Todd Wilson, and The Pastor as Public Theologian by Kevin J....

/ March 30, 2016
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Reviewing Peter Leithart’s Traces of the Trinity

I’m pleased to run this guest post by Josiah Alexakos. In the final chapter of C.S. Lewis’ The Last Battle, the concluding book of The Chronicles of Narnia series, Lucy Pevensie realizes that the “New” Narnia that Aslan brings into...

/ February 17, 2016
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Reviewing The New Parish and New Evangelical Language

You might say that The New Parish is the best possible book that typical young evangelicals could write about church life and spiritual formation. You might also say that The New Parish is an occasionally good book that takes some unfortunate...

/ April 21, 2015

Speak the Truth in Beauty: A review of ‘Echoes of Eden’

Rants about the state of evangelical art are a dime a dozen—exceeded in number perhaps only by the kinds of art-as-tract material they critique. Sadly, many of those critiques are justified (even if the ranting tone may not be). Many...

/ February 11, 2015