Author Archives: Christopher

About Christopher

I am husband to London, and father of Maggie and Russell. I have worked as Academic Buyer at Baker Book House since 2016.

Alvin Plantinga, 2017 Templeton Prize Winner

Former Notre Dame and Calvin College professor Alvin Plantinga has won this year’s Templeton Prize which annually “honors a living person who has made an exceptional contribution to affirming life’s spiritual dimension, whether through insight, discovery, or practical works.” Known … Continue reading

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Book Giveaway

This week I’m offering Getting to Know the Church Fathers: An Evangelical Introduction, by Bryan M. Litfin. Here’s the catalog description and table of contents: A Trusted Introduction to the Church Fathers This concise introduction to the church fathers connects … Continue reading

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And the Winner Is…

Congratulations to Randy McCracken on winning our last book giveaway. Randy won a copy of The Synoptic Problem: Four Views. Thanks to all who participated!

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Book Giveaway

This week I’m offering The Synoptic Problem: Four Views, edited by Stanley E. Porter and Bryan R. Dyer. Here’s the catalog description and table of contents: “The relationship between Matthew, Mark, and Luke is one of the most contested topics … Continue reading

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And the Winner Is…

Congratulations to Laura Martin on winning our last book giveaway. Laura won a copy of Proofs of God. Sorry to keep you all in suspense from Friday until Sunday…though, given the holiday, that may have been apropos. A happy Resurrection … Continue reading

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The Most Interesting Thing I Saw On The Internet This Week

This article by Scott Rosenberg explores the history of the Google Books project. Its stall due to a loss of ambition, years of legal battles, and the sheer enormity of the project is disappointing for those who salivated over the … Continue reading

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Should We Catechize Our Children?

“Should we catechize our children?” is a question I’ve heard a lot recently. Historically, many Christians would have taken the answer for granted, and many traditions still retain a catechism as an important part of the teaching ministry of the … Continue reading

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