Two New Counterpoint Books Coming this Fall From Zondervan

Few publishers do as good a job with the multiple-views books as does Zondervan. Coming this Fall are two new entries in the series.

The first one is Four Views on the Historical Adam. The contributors for this volume are: Philip G. Ryken (President of Wheaton College); C. John Collins (Professor of Older Testament at Covenant Theological Seminary); John H. Walton (Professor of Old Testament at Wheaton College Graduate School): William Barrick (Professor of Old Testament at the Master’s Seminary); and Denis Lamoureux (Associate Professor of Science and Religion at St. Joseph’s College in the University of Alberta).

Each essay will answer the following questions:

1) What is the biblical case for your viewpoint, and how do you reconcile it both with modern science and with passages and potential interpretations that seem to counter it?

2) In what ways is your view more theologically consistent and coherent than other views?

3) What are the implications of your view for the spiritual life and public witness of the church and individual believers, and how is your view a healthier alternative for both?

Four Views on the Historical Adam

The second book in the series will be Five Views on Biblical Inerrancy. Contributors to this volume are Contributors include Al Mohler President and Joseph Emerson Brown Professor of Christian Theology at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary); Kevin Vanhoozer, Michael Bird (Lecturer in theology at Crossway College and honorary research associate at the University of Queensland in Australia); Peter Enns, and John Franke.

Five Views on Biblical Inerrancy

Both books are due out this November. Both will be paperback and sell for $19.99.


About Louis

I am a 1997 graduate of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.
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2 Responses to Two New Counterpoint Books Coming this Fall From Zondervan

  1. Clay Knick says:

    Looks like fun!


  2. Daniel Lute says:

    I didn’t know there were four views on the historical Adam – he was real; he wasn’t real. I’ll be interested to get the book.



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