Author Archives: Louis
If you’ve been in the store recently you’ve probably noticed some new faces among the staff. One of those staff, Christopher Cuffman, is also the new face on this blog. Here’s a little bit about him: Louis: Tell us a … Continue reading
Congratulations to Kevin Stuhlmann on winning our last book giveaway. Kevin won a copy of Christian Dogmatics. Thanks to all who participated.
This week I’m offering Christian Dogmatics by Michael Allen and Scott Swain. Here’s the catalog description and table of contents: “This one-volume introduction to systematic theology draws deeply on the catholic and Reformed heritage to present the major doctrines of … Continue reading
Congratulations to Charles on winning our last book giveaway. Charles won a copy of Paul as a Problem in History and Culture by Patrick Gray. Thanks to all who participated.
Achieving a consensus among scholars is always difficult. I would say there is close to a consensus among New Testament textual critics when it comes to the long ending of the Gospel of Mark. They would almost unanimously concur that … Continue reading
This week I’m offering Paul as a Problem in History and Culture by Patrick Gray. Here’s the catalog description: “As one of the most significant figures in the history of Western civilization, the apostle Paul has influenced and inspired countless … Continue reading
It seems appropriate, though unfortunate, on this Memorial Day to remember two Christian scholars that have passed away this past week. Kenneth Bailey was the author of the very popular book Jesus Through Middle Eastern Eyes (IVP Academic). During my time at … Continue reading