Faith in two Kinds? Bavinck on pistis.

In some of the parts of the Christian blogosphere that I read, there has been something of a kerfuffle about the meaning of the greek word pistis, often translated ‘faith’, and what it actually means. The kerfuffle became something of a … Continued

Book Review: Seeing by the Light

This is published in the UK by Apollos, the academic imprint of IVP, for whom I work. I hope doesn’t cloud my review. Apollos/IVP Academic’s Studies in Christian Doctrine and Scripture Series continues to churn out some fantastic books. Steven J. … Continued

Book Review: Gospel Allegiance

I was glad to get my hands on a copy of this book, as I’d very much enjoyed the author’s more technical and theological explanation of the ideas, Salvation by Allegiance Alone. This book, Gospel Allegiance: What Faith in Jesus Misses for … Continued

Book Review: Canon, Covenant and Christology

At the outset of this review I should note that I work for the publisher of the NSBT Series in the UK, and that this may cloud my review. Let the reader understand! I’ve been excited about this book since … Continued

My Top Ten Books of 2019

I’ve been watching with interest various people and organisations post their ‘book of the year’ lists, and have held off doing my own largely because I was finishing up a few books that I wondered if they MIGHT sneak into … Continued

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