Category Archives: Recently Read

Introducing Baker’s New Academic Buyer

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

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A few quotes from the many books vying for my attention. “By the later fourth century when Athanasius made his list of New Testament books, many features of the church that evangelical, particularly free church, Protestants find questionable are already … Continue reading

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I’m nearing the completion of Roger Olson’s book The Journey of Modern Theology. Consider this on process theology. “Clearly, then, for Cobb and other process theologians, a main appeal of Whitehead’s process idea of God is its solution to the … Continue reading

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From 60 People Who Shaped the Church by Alton Gansky. On Origen Origen’s father, Leonidas, was “beheaded for his faith and his property seized, leaving Origen to care for his mother and six siblings. . . . Origen would suffer … Continue reading

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I would like to start a new series of posts called “Recently Read.” At any given time I’m reading/scanning/skimming a dozen books or so. I read a lot of good stuff that makes me think “this would make for a … Continue reading

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