Becoming a Pastor Theologian: New Possibilities for Church Leadership represents a growing shift in pastoral studies. The editors, Todd Wilson and Gerald Hiestand, note that there is very little biblical scholarship coming from the church itself. Rather, a lot of pastors are left reading other people’s work, and that work is not necessarily aimed for… Continue reading Tuesday Review: Becoming a Pastor Theologian
Mike Bull’s Moses and the Revelation takes a bold step forward in interpretation of Revelation: letting the core of the Bible interpret the Apocalypse.
What is the value of an anthology like “Tales of a Galaxy Far, Far Away: Aliens”?
Call it finally reading every book I’ve read on Kindle, but I’ve recently started John Owen’s Communion with the Triune God despite my waning interest in Purtian theology. I will always remain interested in Trinitarian theology, so I thought that I would return to theology I am intimately familiar with in order to restart my… Continue reading Owen: Communion with the Triune God