Monthly Archives: April 2011

on the reading of old books

Part of my “diet” this year is a steady reading of the forty-eight essays contained in C.S. Lewis’ God in the Dock. I’m already over half-way through it just because it’s been such a joy to read. One of the … Continue reading

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Hebrew Thought Compared with Greek

I think I came across this title in another book’s footnotes. Having long tasted something of the difference between Hebrew and Greek thought through my personal interaction with both biblical languages, I was intrigued with the title. It’s not for … Continue reading

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How Wide the Divide?

I have preached against Mormonism. I have argued with Mormon missionaries and even debated with a “Melchizedek/Aaronic priest” (yes, he was both). But until I picked up How Wide the Divide, I realized that I had never really listened to … Continue reading

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revise us again

Taking a break from a heavier theological work, I picked up Frank Viola’s most recent book, Revise Us Again: Living from a Renewed Christian Script. It was like turning aside from the steak to the potatoes and gravy. Revise Us … Continue reading

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life in year one

I wasn’t looking for this book but stumbled across it in the new books section at Borders. I’m drawn to anything touching on first century life and culture and customs – and I liked the fact that this wasn’t a … Continue reading

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